Bison Gears Hollow Shaft Gearmotor Doubles Continuous Torque Ratings
According to the companys press release, the gearmotor allows for up to 1,100 in.-lbs. continuous torque, twice traditional continuous torque ratings. An optional fourth stage of gear reduction is possible as well, providing ratios up to 2,200:1 in the same envelope, allowing for a smaller input motor without sacrificing output torque.
Additional features include hollow shaft options with multiple configurations and various AC and DC input motors, including three-phase and inverter duty. A hollow bore diameter of 3/4" allows for interchangeable shaft designs.
Bison Gear also introduced low voltage additions to its 750 series right-angle gearmotor design. New additions consist of two input motor options rated at 1/8 hp, 12 VDC, and 1/8 hp, 24 VDC. Gear ratios will be 5, 10, 13, 20, 30, 45 and 60 to 1 and available from stock with a 3/4" diameter hollow shaft with face mount or a 5/8" diameter solid shaft insert with steel footplate. These options allow uses of battery power and other low voltage applications.
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