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Technic (Index) A
Alternating load
Ambient temperature
Anti-condensation heating
Asynchronous generator
Axial eccentricity
Balancing
Bearing design
Belt drive
Brakes
Brake lining wear
Built-in motors
Cantilever force - Radial force
CEMEP definition
CEMEP EC project
Centrifugal test
Concentricity
Cooling types
Critical speed
CSA Canadian Standards Association
Customer benefits of energy-saving motors
Dahlander circuit
Dimension drawings
Deckwater-proof motors
Deflection amplitude
Degree of protection - according to DIN VDE 0530, Part 5
Differences between CEMEP - EPACT
Direction of rotation
DURIGNIT 2000
Duty types
Effective output at the motor shaft
Efficiency
EPACT definition
EPACT legislation
European Standards
for firedamp and explosion-protected electrical equipment
Explosion protection
Fail-safe brake
Fans and blowers
Fan drives
Firedamp protection
Flexible coupling
Flywheel effect
Frequency
Frequency change
Forced ventilation
Foundation vibration
Grease lifetime
Grease valve grease slinger
Grounding (earthing) stud
Harmonics
Heavy-duty starting
For heavy-duty starting:
Height above sea level
Heyland circuit
High-resistance squirrel-cage rotor
High-voltage motors
IJ
IEC regulations
Impregnation
Information and certificates
Inline pumps
Inrush current
Insulation Class
Lifetime
Line supply (UK: Mains)
Moment of inertia
Modular mounted components
Motor protection
Motor running connection
Motors with thermally critical rotor
Motors with thermally critical stator
Mounting the coupling halves
and other machine elements in the motor plant
MRPD
Multi-voltage motors
National and international regulations
NEMA regulations
Nominal values
Non-sparking version
Noise
No-load starting time
No-load current
On time
Open-circuit cooling
Overload capability
Paint finish
PAM winding
Performance value (efficiency/power factor)
Plug-type braking
Pole changeover
Pole number
Power
Power split
Pre-loaded bearings
Protective canopy
Protective class
PTC thermistor (PTC)
Pull-in method
Pumps
Radial eccentricity
Radio interference suppression
Radial sealing ring or Ina sealing ring
Rating plate
Ratio
Reactive current
Reactive power
Reduction factor
Reinforced bearings
Required motor output in kW
Residual voltage
Responsibility in appropriately marking their motors (CEMEP)
Re-lubrication device
Roller-table motors
Rotating the terminal box
Rotor class
Rotor locking device
Roller bearings
Rush torque
Safety couplings
Second standard shaft end
Selecting a motor type - overview
Selected motor output
Service factor - overload factor
Shaft seals
Shaft-mounted fans
Shaft output at 50Hz
Siemosyn motor
Single-phase motors
Single-phase operation
Slide rails
Soft starting
Speed
Speed monitor
Squirrel-cage rotor
Stamped values / output
Standards and regulations for low-voltage motors
Standard voltages - according to DIN IEC 38 (European voltage)
Starting performance
g: Starting performance
Starting time
Star-delta starting
Star-double star starting
Surface cooling
Switched operation
Synchronized asynchronous motor
Synchronous motors
Tachometer
TEFC
KTY 84-130 temperature sensors
Temperature Class
Temperature rise
Temperature rise Class
Temperature rise measurement
TENV
Terminal board
Terminal boxes
Tests
Te time
Torque
Trans-standard motors
Types of construction
according to DIN IEC 34, Part 7
Types of protection
UNEL-MEC
VDE regulations
Vibration severity
Comment 1:
Comment 2:
Comment 3:
Vibration immunity
Voltage selection
Voltage changes
Voltage drop along the feeder cable
V ring - axial sealing ring
Water condensation drain hole
Winding
Winding protection
Requests and Requirements from specifications
Armored cables or screened cables
Cable entry thread in NPT / thread hub size in NPT
Bearing insulation
Bearing temperature detectors
Breakdown torque
Class I Division 1 group A - D
Class II Division 1 group E - G
Class III Division 1
Class I Division 2 group A - D
Class II Division 2 group E - G
Class III Division 2
Conductor size acc. to AWG
CT or ct
DE
DIP 321
Enclosure made of ferrous metals
External earthing (grounding)
Ia/In =<6.5/6.0 or similar
L10 liftime acc. to ISO R 281-1
Locked rotor time
Lubrication data
Cooling methods
Mil norm
motors acc. to MN
Motors acc. to MN
Mounting a half coupling
Stainless steel nameplate
Nameplate in acc. to IEC 34-1
NEMA design A-D
NEMA - MG1
NEMA 4
Polarization index
Pull-in torque
Pull-up torque
rms current
Residual field 100%
Service factor 1.15
Successive starts from cold
Temperature rise 80K
Terminal box shall be segregated from the motor enclosure
Vibration severity limits acc. to IEC34-14
Winding temperature detectors
Reduced output (de-rating)
Limit torque characteristic
Drive operation with a square-law load torque
Rotary pulse encoder
Explosion protection for the North American market
Motor - drive selection
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