Surely the most complete set of solutions
A higher efficiency class with a virtually identical motor frame size
NEW: Creating investment security even at power ratings of less than 0.75 kW
New energy saving provisions are currently in planning that will affect asynchronous motors with nominal power ratings lower than 0.75 kW. Thus we already offer our customers motors of energy efficiency class IE3 in the 0.09 to 0.55 kW power range in order to give them future-proof, safe investment options in the machines and plants that they operate.
Of course, the new DRN.. motors are an integral part of our modular motor system. A new, smaller mechanical gear unit interface enhances the system's flexibility and combinations.
The maintenance-free brake BE03 with functional safety and the new built-in encoder EI7C for size 63 are available as additional options. The encoder option makes no difference in the overall length. The new IE3 motors are available with an IP54 degree of protection and the option of IP55 to IP66. The focus is on applications in pumps, powertrains, roller conveyors, and conveyor lines for intralogistics.
The new IE3 motors naturally comply with all major global design specifications and standards such as IEC 60034, NEMA MG1, UL 1004-1, CSA C22.2-100, ABNT 17094-1 and GB 12350 (CCC). They already meet the upcoming energy-saving regulations, whether it's those for Europe, India, Brazil, the USA, Canada, China or other countries.
This makes us the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient gearmotors of energy efficiency class IE3 with power ratings between 90 and 200 watts, with product quality and a comprehensive line of product-related services that operators know and value.
Countries where IE3 is mandatory
As of January 1, 2017, all 2, 4, and 6-pole asynchronous motors with a power rating of 7.5 kW or higher that are put on the market in the European Union, Switzerland or Turkey must meet the requirements for efficiency class IE3.
With a few exceptions, asynchronous motors for this power range may not be put on the market unless they meet the energy efficiency requirements.