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H Mark II Series - Standard AC & Gear Motors with Speed Control

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IH Induction Motors with Speed Control (IH7PF10N)

Induction Motors IH Series with Speed Control

Many versions such as 100 or 200V single-phase capacitor-run, 200V 3-phase and dual-speed by pole-changing are available.

Speed and torque change when the load and/or voltage fluctuate, but the change is rather small. In the H-Series motor group, induction motors have the largest output compared with other motors of the same size, and make an easy-to-use power unit.

Reversible Motors RH Series with Speed Control

This is a kind of capacitor-run type single-phase induction motor, and three voltage ratings, 100V, 115V and 200V, are available. This motor is designed to be used for repeated rotation reverses, start and stop as required in the operation of automatic doors, lifts, etc.

Syncronous motors SH series with Speed Control

This is a 100V, single-phase, capacitor-run, reluctance type synchronous motor.The rotor of this motor is squirrel cage type with salient pole feature which synchronize the rotation with power source frequency. Therefore, this motor has both induction motor characteristics and synchronous motor characteristics.

Torque motors TH series with Speed Control

This is a kind of capacitor-run, single-phase induction motor which has characteristics somewhat different from those of induction motor and reversible motor.

When driven at 115V, the duty time is 5 minutes, but, at 70V, the duty is continuous and the motor does not overheat even if the output shaft is locked from outside.

Further, by changing voltage, motor speed and torque change simultaneously, the motor can be kept in continuous running, therefore, at a desirable voltage and torque (at below 70V).

Because this motor puts forth its maximum torque at starting as mentioned above, start, stop and rotation reversing can be done without difficulty.
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