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Indian Standard

ENERGY EFFICIENT INDUCTION MOTORS - THREE PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE

( First Revision)

ICS29.160.30

© BIS 2004

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI 11 0002

November 2004

Price Group 5

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Rotating Machinery Sectional Committee, ET 15

FOREWORD

This Indian Standard (First Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized by the Rotating Machinery Sectional Committee had been approved by the Electrotechnical Division Council.

This standard was first published in 1989. The first revision is brought out to take into account the latest technological developments primarily to cater the national need for energy conservation by the use of energy efficient motors. Energy efficient motors are categorized with two efficiency levels, that is, Improved efficiency - ( eff 2) and High efficiency - ( eff 1) both of which are higher than the nominal values specified in IS 8789 : 1996 'Values of performance characteristics for three phase induction motors (first revision)'.

In preparing this standard, assistance has been derived from the following International Standards:

IEC 60034-1 Rotating electrical machines - Part 1 : Rating and performance

IEC 60034-2 Rotating electrical machines - Part 2 : Methods for determining losses and efficiency of rotating electrical machinery from tests (excluding machines for traction vehicles)

IEC 60038 IEC standards voltages

IEC 60050 (411) lEV Chapter 411: Rotating machinery

The comprehensive standard revision is prepared with 'Energy Conservation' as the major requirement. The earlier standard specified efficiency values for only a limited range of 4 pole motors. It has been updated in this revision to be in line with present international norms in addition to the prevailing environmental and grid conditions in India.

Limited energy resources, scarcity of capital and high interest cost for addition of new generation capacity is leading to increase in the cost of electrical energy in India. As electric motors consume major portion of electrical power, the usage of energy efficient motors will go a long way in the proper utilization of available resources and help in improving environment.

Power factor can be improved with the use of capacitors to reduce the line losses. However, inherent motor efficiency cannot be improved further once it is manufactured and installed. Hence efficiency improvement is the main focus in this revision.

To ensure satisfactory installation and maintenance of induction motors, the recommendations contained in IS 900 : 1992 'Code of practice for installation and maintenance of induction motors (second revision)' should be followed.

For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with. the final value. observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 'Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised)'. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard.

IS 12615 : 2004

Indian Standard

ENERGY EFFICIENT INDUCTION MOTORS - THREE PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE

( First Revision)

1 SCOPE

1.1 This standard covers the requirements and performance of energy efficient, 3 phase squirrel cage induction motors in 2, 4, 6 and 8 poles for all frame sizes up to 315 L, having output ratings as specified in IS 1231 for continuous duty (SI) operation, at rated voltage and frequency of 415 volts, 50Hz.

1.2 The performance of motors designed for operation on voltage, other than rated voltage of 415 V or up to 650 V, shall be in accordance with the relevant performance Tables I to 4 except the full load current values. The full load current will vary in the inverse proportion to the voltage in comparison to the values specified in the above-referred tables.

1.3 To conform to this standard and eligible to be considered as energy efficient, the motors shall meet the norms specified in Tables I to 4 when read with 4 related to site conditions as applicable. All performance values are subjected to tolerance specified in IS 325.

2 REFERENCES

The standards listed in Annex A are necessary adjuncts to this standard.

3 TERMINOLOGY

For the purpose of this standard, definitions given in IS 1885 (Part 35)/IEC 60050-411 (1993) shall apply.

4 SITE CONDITIONS

The following shall constitute the normal site conditions. 4.1 Altitude and Temperature

Motors shall be designed for the following site conditions unless otherwise agreed to between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

4.1.1 Altitude

a) Altitude not exceeding 1 000 m.

b) For motors intended for service on sites where the altitude is in excess of 1 000 m but below 2 000 m, unless otherwise specified, the ambient tempera-

ture shall be assumed to be reduced according to 6.3 ofIS 12802 and same performance values as in Tables 1 to 4 shall be applicable.

c) For even higher altitudes up to 4000 m or for the conditions for altitudes above 1 500 m and ambients not reducing enough to compensate for the effect of reduced cooling to 6.3 of IS 12802, the performance figures shall in accordance with 4.1.2, of this standard applicable to motors for 55°C ambient.

4.1.2 Temperature

a) The cooling air temperature not exceeding 4QOC.

b) Motors intended for service with a cooling air temperature above 40°C and up to 55°C shall be deemed to be meeting this standard provided they meet the following conditions:

1) The break away current values are equal to or below 1.1 times of values specified in Tables 1 to 4.

2) Efficiency as specified in 17.1.2.

4.2 Form and Symmetry of Voltages and Currents The motor shall be so designed as to be able to operate on virtually sinusoidal and balanced voltage conditions as defined in 4.2.2 of IS 4722.

4.3 Voltage and Frequency Variation

Motors shall be capable of delivering rated output with:

a) The terminal voltage differing from-its rated value by not more than ± 10 percent, or

b) The frequency differing from its rated value by not more than ±5 percent, or

Combined variation - The sum of absolute percent variations of (a) and (b) not exceeding 10 percent.

In the case of continuous operation at extreme voltage limits, the temperature-rise limits specified in Table 1 of IS 12802 shall not exceed by more than l00c for motors covered under this standard. Motors, when operated under the extreme conditions of voltage and frequency variations, may not necessarily have their performance in accordance with this standard.

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4.4 Location, Moisture, Fumes, etc 11.3 Sustained Overloads

It shall be assumed that the location and moisture or fumes Motor rated in accordance with this standard are not shall not seriously interfere with the operation of the expected to be capable of carrying sustained overloads.

motor.

5 TYPE OF ENCLOSURES

The motors covered under this standard shall have IP 44 or superior degree of protection provided by the enclosures specified in IS 4691.

6 METHODS OF COOLING

The method of cooling shall be IC 411 in accordance with IS 63621IEC Pub 60034-6: 1991.

7 STANDARD VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY

7.1 Standard Voltage

The preferred rated voltage shall be 415 V (see also 1.2). 7.2 Standard Frequency

The standard frequency shall be 50 Hz.

8 DUTY AND RATING

The motors shall be rated for duty type SI (continuous duty) as specified in 9.2 ofIS 325.

9 DIMENSIONS, FRAME NUMBER AND OUTPUT RELATIONSHIP

The fixing dimensions and shaft extensions of motors shall conform to the values specified in IS 1231 and IS 2223 as relevant.

The relationship between output in kW and frame number shall conform to IS 1231, IS 2223 and IS 2254 as relevant. For additional ratings, preferred frame sizes are listed.

10 EARTHING

The earthing on the motor shall be provided in accordance with IS 3043.

11 OVERLOAD

11.1 Momentary Excess Torque

The motor shall be capable of withstanding 1.6 times the rated torque for 15 s without stalling or abrupt change in speed (under gradual increase of torque), the voltage and frequency being maintained at their rated values.

11.2 Pull up Torque

Unless otherwise specified, the minimum pull-up torque of motors, at rated voltage and frequency shall be minimum 0.70 times the rated full load torque.

12 TEMPERATURE RISE

12.1 The determination of the temperature rise of motors delivering rated output under rated conditions of voltage, frequency shall be in accordance with IS 12802.

12.1.1 The limits of temperature rise shall be 80"C (by resistance method) over an ambient of 4O"C for motor with Class B or Class F insulation, however, Class F insulation is preferred.

12.1.2 For higher ambient up to 55°C, the temperature rise shall be within the permissible limits given in Table 1 ofIS 12802 as applicable to the class of insulation used.

13 LIMITS OFVmRATION

The motors manufactured shall conform to 'Normal' vibration severity according to IS 12075.

14 PERFORMANCE VALUES

14.1 Operating at rated voltage and rated frequency, the performance of the motor at rated conditions shall be as specified in Tables 1 to 4. All the performance values including those for special conditions, for example, specified in 4.1 above, etc, are subject to tolerance as specified in IS 325.

14.2 The value of full load current shall be taken as the ave~age of the currents measured in the three phases.

14.3 For motors having rated voltage other than 415V, the performance of the motor shall be as per the values in the relevant tables, except that the value of the maximum full load current would be changed in the inverse proportions of the voltage.

15 NOISE LEVEL

The noise level of motors shall be in accordance with IS 12065.

16 TERMINAL MARKING

The terminal markings shall be in accordance with IS 4728.

17 EFFICIENCY

17.1 For compliance with the requirements of this standard, the values of efficiency subject to IS 325 tolerance, listed under appropriate efficiency class (either improved efficiency - eff 2 or high efficiency - eff 1) in Tables 1 to 4, shall be met as specified below.

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17.1.1 Up to 40°C Ambient and 1 000 m Altitude - Tables 1 to 4.

17.1.2 For Ambient Above 40°C and Up to 55°C Altitude Up to 1 DOOm

Efficiency corresponding to 10 percent more losses for the same rating compared to those in Tables 1 to 4.

That is, allowable nominal efficiency in percent:

100 x Nominal efficiency percent from tables 110- (0.1 x Nominal efficiency percent)

However, the breakaway current of the motor shall not exceed 1.1 times the relevant value specified in Tables I to 4.

17.1.3 For Altitude Above 1 000 m

As specified 4.1.1 (b) and (c) is applicable.

17.2 The losses and efficiency of these motors are to calculated according to 4.1 of IS 4889 and 7.5.3.2 of IS 4029.

17.3 To ensure a representative test result for windage and friction losses and in accordance with common practice, the test should be done in a stabilized bearing condition and in case of motors with seals without installed seals.

18 TEST AND TEST CERTIFICATES

18.1 Tests and Their Classification

Tests and their classification shall be in accordance with 22.1 to 22.3 ofIS 325. The type and routine tests on motors shall be performed in accordance with IS 325 in conjunction with other relevant standards.

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18.2 Test Certificates

18.2.1 Unless otherwise specified at the time of inviting tenders and agreed by the manufacturer, the purchaser shall accept manufacturer's certificate • evidence of compliance of the motor with the requirements of this standard together with a type test certificate (see 22.3.1 of IS 325) on a motor identical in essential details with the one purchased, together with routine tests on each individual motor.

18.2.2 Certificate of routine tests shall show that the motor purchased has been run and has been found to be electrically and mechanically sound working condition.

18.2.3 If so specified when inviting tenders, tests shall be carried out at the manufacturer's works in the presence of the purchaser or 'hj~ representative to ensure that the motor complies in every respect with the requirements of 9, 11, 14, temperature rise of winding, high voltage test, insulation resistance test and to ascertain that the efficiency conforms to the guaranteed value.

19 LABELING

Reference of this standard, that is, IS 12615 shall be prominently displayed. In addition to the data specified in IS 325, the motor manufacturer shall add the appropriate efficiency class (for example, eff 2) as an additional information on the name plate after the efficiency value.

20 COST EFFECTIVENESS

Guidance may be taken from Annex B for working out the cost effectiveness of energy efficient motors.

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Table 1 Values of Performance Characteristic of 2 Pole Energy Eftident Induction Motors (Clauses 1.2,1.3,4.1.1,4.1.2,14.1,17.1,17.1.1 and 17.1.2)

Rated Frame FuU Full Breakaway Breakaway Nominal Emclency
Output Designation Load Load Torque in Terms of Current in Terms of full
Speed Current FuU Load Torque Current, Equal or Below
Min Max Min
For eff 2 For eff 1 For eff 2 For eff I
kW Rev/min Amp Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
0.37 71 2790 1.2 170.0 600 650 66.0 70.2
0.55 71 2760 1.6 170.0 600 650 70.0 74.0
0.75 80 2780 2.0 170.0 600 650 73.0 77.0
1.1 80 2790 2.8 170.0 600 650 76.2 82.8
1.5 90S 2800 3.7 170.0 600 650 78.5 84.1
2.2 90L 2810 5.0 170.0 650 700 81.0 85.6
3.7 100L 2820 8.0 160,0 650 700 ".84.0 87.5
5.5 132S 2830 11.0 160.0 650 700 85.7 88.6
7.5 132S 2840 15.0 160.0 650 700 87.0 89.5
9.3 160M 2840 18.5 160.0 650 700 87.7 90.0
11.0 160M 2860 21.5 160.0 650 700 88.4 90.5
15.0 160M 2870 29.0 160.0 650 700 89.4 91.3
18.5 160L 2880 35.0 160.0 650 700 90.0 91.8
22.0 180M 2890 41.5 160.0 650 700 90.5 92.2
30.0 200L 2900 54.0 160.0 650 700 91.4 92.9
37.0 200L 2900 67.0 160.0 650 700 92.0 93.3
45.0 225M 2955 80.0 160.0 650 700 92.5 93.7
55.0 250M 2960 95.0 160.0 650 700 93.0 94.0
75.0 280S 2970 130.0 160.6 650 700 93.6 94.6
90.0 280M 2970 150.0 160.0 650 700 93.9 95.0
110.0 315S 2980 185.0 160.0 650 700 94.0 95.0
125.0 315M 2980 209.0 160.0 650 700 94.5 95.3
132.01) 315M 2980 220.0 160.0 650 700 94.5 95.3
160.0" 315L 2980 265.0 160.0 650 700 94.8 95.5 NOTE - Output to frame size relation is maintained in accordance with IS 1231 for all motors, except those marked as ", wherein the frame size indicated is 'preferred frame size'.

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Table 2 Values of Performance Characteristic of 4 Pole EnePgy Emclent Induction Motors (Clauses 1.2. 1.3.4.1.1.4.1.2. 14.1. 17.1. 17.1.1 and 17.1.2)

Rated Frame Full Full Breakaway Breakaway Nominal Eftlclency
Output DesIgnation Load Load Torque In TerDII Current In TenDs of Full
Speed Current of Full Load Current, Equal or Below
Torque
Min Max Min
For eff 2 For eff 1 For eff 2 For eff 1
kW Rev/min Amp Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
0.37 71 1 330 1.4 170.0 550 600 66.0 73.0
0.55 80 1 340 1.7 170.0 550 600 70.0 78.0
0.75 80 1 360 2.2 170.0 550 600 73.0 82.5
1.1 90S 1 370 2.9 170.0 550 600 76.2 83.8
1.S 90L I 380 3.8 170.0 550 600 78.5 85.0
2.2 100L .. 1 390 ... 5.1 170.0 600 700 '81.0 86.4
3.7 112M 1 410 8.1 160.0 600 700 84.0 88.3
!l.5 132S 1 420 11.4 160.0 ~OO 700 85.7 89.2
7.5 132M 1430 15.4 160.0 600 700 87.0 90.1
9.3 160M 1 430 18.5 160.0 600 700 87.7 90.5
11.0 160M 1440 22.0 160.0 600 700 88.4 91.0
15.0 160L 1 440 30.0 160.0 600 700 89.4 91.8
18.5 180M 1440 36.0 160.0 600 700 90.0 92.2
22.0 180L 1 440 43.0 160.0 600 700 90.5 92.6
30.0' 200L 1 450 56.0 160.0 600 700 91.4 93.2
37.0 225S 1 450 69.0 160.0 650 700 92.0 93.6
45.0 225M 1 460 84.0 160.0 600 700 92.5 93.9
55.0 250M 1460 99.0 160.0 600 700 93.0 94.2
75.0 280S 1 470 134.0 160.0 600 700 93.6 94.7
90.0 280M 1 470 164.0 160.0 600 700 93.9 95.0
110.0 315S 1 480 204.0 160.0 600 700 94.4 95.2
125.0 315M 1 480 234.0 160.0 600 700 94.7 95.5
132.01) 315M 1 480 247.0 160.0 600 700 94.7 95.5
160.01) 315L I 480 288.0. 160.0 600 700 95.0 95.8 NOTE - Output to frame size relation is maintained in accordance with IS 1231 for all motors, except tbose marked as I), wherein the frame size indicated is 'preferred frame size'.

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Table 3 Values of Performance Characteristic of 6 Pole Energy Eflident Induction Motors (Clauses 1.2, 1.3,4.1.1,4.1.2,14.1,17.1,17.1.1 and 17~1.2)

Rated Frame F1lIl Full Breakaway Breakaway Nominal EfDclenc:y
Output DesIgnation Load Load Torque In Terms Current In Terms of Fun
Speed Current ofFutl Load Current; Equal or Below
Torque
Min Max Min
For eff 2 For eff 1 For eff 2 For eff )
kW Rev/min Amp Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
0.37 80 870 1.4 160.0 550 600 65.0 69.4
0.55 80 870 1.9 160.0 550 600 68.0 72.0
0.75 90S 890 2.3 160.0 550 600 71.0 74.6
1.1 90L 900 3.2 160.0 550 600 74.0 77.3
1.5 100L 900 4.0 160.0 550 600 76.0 79.6
2.2 ~- 112M 910- 5.5 150.0 600 -700 79.0 &2:2
3.7 132S 920 8.8 150.0 600 700 82.5 85.1
5.5 132M 920 12.7 150.0 600 700 84.5 86.8
7.5 160M 930 16.7 150.0 600 700 86.0 88.1
9.3 160L 930 20.5 140.0 600 700 87.0 89.3
11.0 160L 935 23.0. 140.0 600 700 87.S 89.7
15.0 180L 940 30.5 140.0 600 700 88.5 90.5
18.5 200L 940 37.5 140.0 600 700 89.S 91.3
22.0 200L 945 44.0 140.0 600 700 90.0 91.8
30.0 225M 945 59.0 140.0 600 700 91.0 92.6
37.0 250M 950 72.0 140.0 600 700 91.5 93.0
45.0 280S 960 87.0 140.0 600 700 92.0 93.4
55.0 280M 960 107.0 140.0 600 700 92.5 93.8
75.0 315S 970 145.0 140.0 600 700 93.0 94.2
90.0 315M 970 175.0 140.0 600 700 93.3 94.5
110.0') 315M 970 214.0 140.0 600 700 93.5 94.6
132.0') 315L 980 257.0 140.0 600 700 93.8 94.9 NOTE - Output to frame size relation is maintained in accordance with IS 1231 for all motors, except those marked as '), wherein the frame size indicated is 'preferred frame size'.

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Table 4 Values of Performance Characteristic of 8 Pole Energy Efliclent Induction Motors (Clauses 1.2,1.3,4.1.1,4.1.2,14.1,17.1,17.1.1 and 17.1.2)

Rated Frame FuU Full Breakaway Breakaway Nominal Emclenq
Output Designation Load Load Torque In Terms Current ID Terms ot Fun
Speed Current of Full Load C1I1TeDt, Equal or Below
Torque
Min Max Min
For eff 2 For eff I For eff 2 For eff I
kW Rev/min Amp Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent
(I) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
0.37 90S 640 I.S 150.0 550 600 62.0 66.8
0.55 90L 640 2.1 150.0 550 600 67.0 71.1
0.75 100L 650 2.7 150.0 550 600 70.0 73.8
1.1 100L 660 3.5 150.0 550 600 72.0 76.2
1.5 J 12M 670 4.5 150.0 550 600 74.0 77.9
2.2 .. 132S 680".· • 6.1 140.0 600 700 .' 77.0 80.S
3.7 160M 690 9.8 140.0 600 700 80.0 83.0
5.5 160M 690 14.2 140.0 600 700 82.5 85.1
7.5 160L 695 19.0 140.0 600 700 84.0 86.4
9.3 180L 700 23.0 140.0 600 700 85.0 87.3
11.0 180L 700 26.0 140.0 600 700 86.0 88.1
15.0 200L 705 35.0 130.0 600 600 87.0 89.0
18.5 225S 705 45.0 130.0 600 700 88.0 89.8
22.0 225M 710 52.0 130.0 600 700 88.5 90.2
30.0 250M 710 70.0 130.0 600 700 90.0 91.5
37.0 280S 710 86.0 130.0 600 700 90.5 91.9
45.0 280M 720 99.0 130.0 600 700 91.0 92.4
55.0 315S 720 118.0 130.0 600 700 91.5 92.S
75.0 315M 730 153.0 130.0 600 700 92.3 93.5
90.01) 315L 730 182.0 130.0 600 700 92.8 93.9
110.01) 315L 730 218.0 130.0 600 700 93.3 94.3 NOTE - Output to frame size relation is maintained in accordance with IS 1231 for all motors, except those IIUII'Iced as I), wherein the frame size indicated is 'preferred frame size'.

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ANNEXA (Clause 2)

LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS

IS No. Title IS No.
325 : 1996 Three-phase induction motors 4722: 2001
(first revision)
900 : 1992 Code of practice for installation 4728: 1975
and maintenance of induction
motors (second revision)
4889: 1968
1231 : 1974 Dimension of three-phase foot-
mounted induction motors (third
revision) 6362: 1995
1885 (part 3.5): 1993 Electrotechnical vocabulary:
Part 35 Rotating machines (first
revision) 8789: 1996 2223: 1983

Dimensions of flange mounted ac induction motors (first revision)

12065: 1987

2254: 1985

Dimensions of vertical shaft motors for pumps (second revision)

12075: 1987

3043: 1987

Code of practice for earthing (first revision)

4029: 1967

Guide for testing three-phase induction motors

12615 : 1989

4691 : 1985

Degrees of protection provided by enclosure for rotating electrical machinery (first revision)

12802: 1989

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Title

Rotating electrical machines (second revision)

Terminal marking and direction of rotation for rotating electrical machinery (first revision)

Method of determination of efficiency of rotating electrical machines

Designation of methods of cooling of rotating electrical machines (first revision) 'C"'.""·

Values of performance characteristics for three-phase induction motors (first revision)

Permissible limits of noise level for rotating electrical machines

Mechanical vibration of rotating electrical machines with shaft heights 56 mm and highermeasurement, evaluation and limits of vibration severity (superseding IS 4729)

Energy efficient, three-phase, squirrel cage induction motors

Temperature-rise measurement of rotating electrical machine

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ANNEX B (Clause 20)

CALCULATIONS FOR ASSESSING cosr EFFECTIVENESS OF ENERGY EFFICIENT MOTORS

B-1 CALCULATION

The formulae given below illustrate the calculations of savings in the operation of energy efficient motors:

a) Extra investment on energy efficient motors:

Let X = Cost of standard motor, in Rs.

X. = Cost of energy efficient motor, in Rs.

I = Interest rate on investment in

percentage per annum.

Interest on extra investment per annum: = (X.-X) + (X.-X) x 11100

b) Savings on account of using energy efficient motors:

Let E = Efficiency of standard motor, in percent.

E. = Efficiency of energy efficient motor

in percent

P = Power output of motor, in kV.

H = Number of hours of operation of motor

per year.

Energy saved per annum:

= P [(liE) - (1 IE.») xlOO x H in kWh

Let Tbe the energy tariff (cost of power per kWh) Savings per annum in Rs = Energy saved x T.

c) Payback period of months:

= Extra investment (A)/Savings per annum x 12 months

d) Payback period is less than one year-

Net savings in first year = Saving per annum - extra investment for first year (A)

NOTE - If the payback period is more than one year, the interest on extra investment for subsequent period should be considered.

B-2 1YPICAL EXAMPLE: MOfOR RATING 11 kW, 4 POLE

According to the formula given in B-1 the example may be worked out as follows for eff 1 and eff 2 motors:

LetX = Rs. 12500 price for motor conforming to IS 8789.

X. = Rs. 18 000 price for eff 1 energy efficient motor.

X2 = Rs. 14 500 price of eff 2 energy efficient motor.

I = 15 percent interest per annum.

a) The extra investment on energy efficient motor for first year = Rs. (X.-X)+ (X.-X)xI 100

Foreffl = Rs. (18 000-12 5(0) + (18000-2 5(0) x 15/100 = Rs. 6 325

Foreff 2 = Rs. (14500-12500) + (14 500-2 . 500) x 151100= Rs. 2300

b) Let E = 85.5 percent efficiency according to IS 8789 of Standard motor

E. = 91 percent efficiency eff 1 as per Table 2; £2 = 88.4 percent efficiency eff 2 as per the

Table 2;

P = l1kW, rated power of motor; and H = 2 400 h, working hours per year.

Energy saved (eff 1) = 11(1/85.5 - 1191) x 100 x 2 400 = 1 866 kWh

Energy saved (eff2) = 11(1/85.5 -1188.4) x 100 x 2400= 1 013 kWh

Tariff = Rs. 4 per kWh (rate per unit energy)

c) Savings per annum (eff 1) = Rs. 1 866 x 4.0 = Rs. 7464.

Savings per annum (eff2) = Rs. 1 013 x 4.00 = Rs.4052.

d) Paybackperiod(effl)=6325n 464 x 12= 10.2 months

Payback period (eff2) = 2 30014 052 x 12 = 6.8 months

e) Net saving in first year (eff 1) = Rs. 7464 - 6 325 = Rs. 113

Net saving in first year (eff 2) ::: Rs. 4 052 - 2 300 = Rs. 1 752

Saving in subsequent years (eff 1) = Rs. 7 464 per year

Saving in subsequent years (eff 2)= Rs. 4 052 per year

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