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WPI SS Low Voltage High Thrust with "P" Base

Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled, [VSP]

HP15 HP through 800 HP Speed1800, 1200 RPM Voltage230/460V Frequency60 Hz.

Features

  • Three Phase, 60 Hz, 1.15 Service Factor (Continuous on Sine Wave Power)
  • Inverter Duty (PWM) per NEMA® MG-1 Part 31 at 1.0 Service Factor
  • New Dual Column (60/50 Hz) Design Nameplate as Standard; 50 Hz Data 190/380V at 1.0 S.F.
  • Standard Features: Ball Type NRR, Drip/Splash Cover, Space Heaters (120V)
  • Class F Insulation with Phenolic Alkyd Resin Varnish
  • Class B Temperature Rise
  • NEMA Design B Torques
  • Oversized Main Conduit Box Rotatable in 90 Degree Increments - Fully Gasketed with NPT Threaded Entrance
  • Cast Iron Conduit Box for F#449TP and Below; Steel Plate Conduit Box for F#5000
  • Designed for 40˚C Ambient Temperature
  • Designed for 3300 ft. Elevation
  • Counterclockwise (CCW) Rotation; Viewed from Top
  • Cast Iron Frame & End Brackets
  • 1045 Hollow Carbon Steel Shaft
  • Aluminum Die Cast Squirrel Cage Rotor Construction for F#449TP and Below
  • Squirrel Cage Copper or Copper Alloy Bar Rotor Construction for F#5000
  • Paint System: Phenolic Rust Proof Base Plus Polyurethane Top Coat
  • Paint Color for AMRCED (MAX-VSP™): Blue - Munsell 5PB 3/8
  • Guide Bearings: 213TP - 286TP frames are Double Shielded
  • Guide Bearings: 324TP - 449TP frames are Re-Greasable with Mobil Polyrex™ EM Grease
  • Thrust Bearings: 213TP - 286TP frames are Re-Greasable Angular Contact with Mobil Polyrex™ EM Grease
  • Thrust Bearings: 324TP - 449TP frames are Oil Lubricated Angular Contact with Site Glass
  • Oil Requirements for 324TP-405TP - 145 to 175 S.S.U. @100°F
  • Oil Requirements for 444TP-449TP - 300 S.S.U. @100°F
  • Grounding Terminal Inside Main Box
  • Stainless Steel Nameplate and Rodent Screens
  • 9 Leads (PWS on 230V) on 210TP to 365TP; 12 Leads (PWS on 230V) on 404TP to 405TP;
    6 Leads (PWS on 460V) on 444TP to 5810P(3)
  • Inverter Duty - 4:1 Variable Torque with NRR. 10:1 C.T., 20:1 VT without NRR Using Braking in VFD
  • Precautions should be taken to eliminate or reduce shaft currents that may be imposed on the motor
    by the VFD as stated per NEMA MG1, Part 31.4.4.3 for AMRCNH (Part 30 on AMRC)