TABLE OF CONTENTS

MOTOR DATA-ELECTRICAL
Terminal Markings and Connections

Part Winding Start '"
Three-Phase Motors-8ingle Speed
'Three-Phase Motors-Two Speed, Single Winding
Single-Phase Motors-Capacitor Start
DC Motors And Generators
Field Polarities Of DC Machines
Full-Load Currents-Motors
Maximum Locked-Rotor Currents-Three-Phase

Squirrel Cage Motors
General Speed-Torque Characteristics
Full-Load Efficiencies Of Energy Efficient Motors
Effect Of Voltage Variation On Motor Characteristics
Power Supply And Motor Voltages
Effect Of Voltage Unbalance On Motor Performance
Starting Characteristics Of Squirrel Cage

Induction Motors
Allowable Starts And Starting Intervals

1

2

6

8

10

12

13

16

17

18

20

20

21

22

23

MOTOR DATA-MECHANICAL
NEMA Frame Assignments-Three-Phase Motors
24

NEMA Frame Dimensions

AC Machines (Inches)
28

IEC Mounting Dimensions-Foot-Mounted

AC and DC Machines (Inches)
40

IEC Shaft Extension, Key And Keyseat

Dimensions-Continuous Duty AC Motors (Inches) ........ 42

NEMA Shaft Extension And Keyseat

Dimensions-Foot-Mounted DC Machines (Inches) ........ 43

NEMA Frame Dimensions-Foot-Mounted

44

DC Machines (Inches)
NEMA Frame Dimensions

AC Machines (mm)
46

IEC Mounting Dimensions-Foot-Mounted

AC and DC Machines (mm)
58

IEC Shaft Extension, Key And Keyseat

Dimensions-Continuous Duty AC Motors (mm)
60

NEMA Shaft Extension And Keyseat

Dimensions-Foot-Mounted DC Machines (mm)
61

NEMA Frame Dimensions-Foot-Mounted

DC Machines (mm)
62

TABLE OF CONTENTS-Continued

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CONTRACTORS
Power Factor Improvement Of Induction Machines
NEMA Size Starters For Three-Phase Motors
Starter Enclosures
NEMA Code Letters For AC Motors
NEMA Size Starters For Single-Phase Motors
Derating Factors For Conductors In A Conduit
Allowable Ampacities Of Insulated Conductors
Motor Protection Devices-Maximum Rating Or Setting

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66

67

68

69

69

70

74

TRANSFORMERS
Full-Load Currents-Three-Phase Transformers
Full-Load Currents-Single-Phase Transformers
Transformer Connections

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76

77

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ELECTRONICS
Semiconductors And Transistors-Symbols
And Connections
Resistor Color Codes
Capacitor Color Codes
MISCELLANEOUS
Temperature Classification Of Insulation Systems
Resistance Temperature Detectors
Dimensions, Weight And Resistance of Solid

Round Copper Wire (AWG and metric)
Properties Of Metals And Alloys
Determining The Polarization Index

Of Machine Windings

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87

88

89

89

90

94

96

USEFUL FORMULAS AND CONVERSIONS
Common Fractions Of An Inch-Decimal And
Metric Equivalents
Formulas For Electric Motors
Formulas For Electrical Circuits
Temperature Correction Of Winding Resistance
Motor Application Formulas
Centrifugal Applications
Temperature Conversion Chart
Conversion Factors

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101

102

104

GLOSSARy

117

INDEX

113

TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS
PART WINDINGSTART

NEMA NOMENCLATLlRE-6 LEADS

66 j/(

29

8

3

29

Delta

OPER.
MODE L1
. START 1
RUN
1,7

8

Wye

1

9/\

l\/~

L2 L3 OPEN
7,8,9
2
3
2,8 3,9

3

8

2

Double Delta
(Extended Delta)

MOTOR LEADS

NEMA AND IEC NOMENCLATURE-12 LEADS
SINGLE VOLTAGE OR LOW VOLTAGE OF
DUAL-VOLTAGE MOTORS
W

NEMA

Wi

W1
V6-v§V2

T1

I NEMA

I

lEG

T2

T3

T7

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\U1

W5 /6

T8

U2

~5
\U6
V1

T9

1,6
2,4
3,5
7,12
8,10 9,11
U1,W2 V1,U2 W1,V2 US,W6 VS,U6 WS,V6

5 - LOW 'Voltage ratio: 1.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-SINGLE SPEED NEMA NOMENCLATURE-6 LEADS SINGLE VOLTAGE EXTERNAL WYE CONNECTION tHB±! 1 2 3 JOIN 4&5&6 I !\ SINGLE VOLTAGE EXTERNALDELTA CONNECTION I L1 1.4 3.5 6 1 .\ 3 4 5 2 SINGLE AND DUAL VOLTAGE WVE-DELTA CONNECTIONS .4 L3 3. 2 .)\.4 4&5&6 DUAL VOLTAGE' VOLTAGE CONNECTION L1 L2 L3 HIGH WYE DELTA 1 2 3 4&5&6 1.6 2 3 3.6 2.732 to 1.­ OPERATING MODE CONNECTION L1 L2 L3 JOIN START RUN WYE DELTA 1 1.5 JOIN 2.6 [L2 2. 5 2 SINGLE VOLTAGE .

TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-SINGLE SPEED NEMA NOMENCLATLJRE-9 LEADS DUAL VOLTAGE WYE·CONNECTED VOLTAGE L1 HIGH LOW 1 17 L3 JOIN 2 3 4&7.9 - 3 .7 2.8 3.5&8.5&8.6&9 28 39 4&5&6 JOIN L2 DUAL VOLTAGE DELTA·CONNECTED VOLTAGE L1 L2 L3 HIGH LOW 1 2 3 4&7.6.5.4.6&9 1.

5&8. 3.11 4&7.5&8.10 3.7 2.7.6&9.6&9 LOW WYE 1. 10&11 &12 :1 1~1 11 12 6V 3/ ~5 "'-2 DUAL VOLTAGE WYE-CONNECTED START DELTA·CONNECTED RUN 4 VOLTAGE CONN. 10&11&12 LOW 1.7 2. L1 L2 L3 JOIN HIGH WYE 1 2 3 4&7.8 3. 10&11&12 DELTA 1.9.5&8. 2.4. 12 10 11 - .8 3.12 2.6.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-SINGLE SPEED NEMA NOMENCLATURE-12 LEADS :1 71 10 12 11 DUAL VOLTAGE EXTERNAL WYE CONNECTION 6V~5 ~2 3/ VOLTAGE L1 L2 L3 JOIN HIGH 1 2 3 4&7.9 4&5&6.6&9.9 4&5&6.8.5. 10&11 &12 DELTA 1.

V2&V5.U6 W1.W5 U2&V2&W2.V5. W2&W5.W5.W6 V1. L1 L2 L3 JOIN HIGH WYE U1 V1 W1 U2&U5. V2.V5 W1.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-SINGLE SPEED IEC NOMENCLATURE-6 AND 12 LEADS I SINGLE AND DUAL VOLTAGE WYE-DELTA CONNECTIONS U1 W2 W2 \U1 U2 V2 wy/ ~V1 SINGLE VOLTAGE W1/ U2 V2 V1 OPER. MODE CONN.V6 U2&U5.U5.73210 1. CONN.U5 V1.U2 W1.U2 W1.U6&V6&W6 DELTA U1.W6 V1.V2 - DUAL VOLTAGE> VOLT.V6 LOW 5 .U6 W1.V2&V5.W2 V1. CONN. W2.W2 V1. W2&W5 WYE U1. L1 L2 L3 JOIN HIGH WYE U1 V1 W1 U2&V2&W2 LOW DELTA U1. U2.V2 - 'Voltage ratio: 1. L1 L2 L3 JOIN START WYE U1 V1 W1 U2&V2&W2 RUN DELTA U1. U1 W 6 ~1 IU2 W5 / U5 W6 W2WV WV IU~6 \U2 ~5 W ~5V2 W1 ~1 72 V6 \U6 V5 W-V1 DUAL VOLTAGE WYE-CONNECTED START DELTA-CONNECTED RUN VOLT. U6&V6&W6 DELTA U1.

SINGLE WINDING 4 NEMA NOMENCLATURE-6 LEADS CONSTANT TORQUE CONNECTION Low-speed horsepower is half of high-speed horsepower.' 3 n 1 5~6 TYPICAL CONNECTION SPEED L1 L2 L3 HIGH 6 4 5 1&2&3 JOIN 2WYE LOW 1 2 3 4-5-6 OPEN 1 DELTA VARIABLE TORQUE CONNECTION Low-speed horsepower is one-fourth of high-speed horsepower: TYPICAL CONNECTION SPEED L1 L2 L3 HIGH 6 4 5 1&2&3 JOIN 2WYE LOW 1 2 3 4-5-6 OPEN 1 WYE :6: 4 1 CONSTANT HORSEPOWER CONNECTION Horsepower is the same at both speeds.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-TWO SPEED. 6 . 5 SPEED L1 L2 L3 HIGH 6 1 4 2 5 3 LOW 2 6 TYPICAL CONNECTION 1-2-3 OPEN 4&5&6 JOIN 1 DELTA 2WYE 'CAUTION: On European motors horsepower variance with speed may not be the same as shown above.

SINGLE WINDING 2U IEC NOMENCLATURE-6 LEADS CONSTANT TORQUE CONNECTION 2V jk 1U 2W TYPICAL SPEED HIGH LOW l1 2W 1U L2 2U 1V CONN. 1U&1V&1WJOIN 2WYE 1W 2U-2V-2W OPEN 1 WYE 7 . L3 2V 1U&1V&1W JOIN 2WYE 1W 2U-2V-2W OPEN 1 DELTA VARIABLE TORQUE CONNECTION 2U 1 W ~ 1V 2V SPEED L1 L2 L3 HIGH 2W 1U 2U 1V 2V LOW 1U 2W TYPICAL CONN.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS THREE-PHASE MOTORS-TWO SPEED.

. .8 - 2&3&5 .4.5 1.5 2...8 ~---...8 2.4.5 2&3&8 1 4...TERMINAL MARKINGSAND CONNECTIONS SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS-CAPACiTOR-START NEMA NOMENCLATURE ..3.P1 THERMAL PROTECTOR SINGLE VOLTAGE 4 O ROTATION L1 L2 CCW CW 1..8 AUXILIARY (START) WINDING E--::::-:::::5 SWITCH CAP ..." " ' .3. THERMAL PROTECTOR O ~---.8 4.8 1..~-----P1 DUAL VOLTAGE (MAIN WINDING ONLY) Auxiliary winding is always at low voltage rating. capacitor should be rated accordingly.5 - 1.8 VOLTAGE HIGH LOW 8 ~Y~&~~Y (START) E----::::-::5 SWITCH CAP ROTATION L1 L2 JOIN CCW CW CCW CW 1 4.5 4..

41.Counter-clockwise CW .3.3.6&7 CCW 1.8 2&3. TERMINAL MARKINGS IDENTIFIED BY COLOR 1-Blue 5-Black Pl-No color assigned 2-White 6-No color assigned P2-Brown 3-0range 7-No color assigned 4-Yellow 8-Red NEMA MG 1-2003.6&7 CW 1. Note: May not apply for some definite­ purpose motors.5 2&3.4.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS-CAPACiTOR-START NEMA NOMENCLATURE DUAL VOLTAGE (MAIN AND AUXILIARY WINDING) Capacitors in auxiliary windings are rated for lower voltage.7 - CW 1.Clockwise The direction of shaft rotation can be determined by facing the end of the motor opposite the drive.6.5.4.7 2.5 4. The connections to the switch must be made so that both auxiliary windings become de-energized when the switch is open. .8 - LOW ~ The switch in the auxiliary winding circuit has been omitted from this diagram.8 4.-A< -----Pl THERMAL PROTECTOR VOLTAGE ROTATION L1 L2 JOIN HIGH CCW 1.5.8 2.6. ROTATION: CCW . 2. 9 .

10 . Forclockwise rotation. interchange A1 andA2. the same polarities must beobserved fora given rotation. When the shunt field is separately excited. Somemanufacturers connectthe interpole winding onthe A2 side of the armature.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS FOR DC MOTORS (NEMANOMENCLATURE) SHUNT MOTOR SHUNT FIELD INTERPOLES F~ __"t j A1 A2 ARMATURE - F2 LINE LINE COMPOUND MOTOR SHUNT FIELD INTERPOLES Fj _ t_IA1 ARMATURE A2 SERIES FIELD Sl S2 - F2 LINE LINE SERIES MOTOR + A1 ARMATURE SERIES FIELD A2 LINE S1 S2 _ LINE All connections are for counterclockwise rotation facing the end opposite thedrive.

NEMA MG 1-2003. interchange A 1 and A2. For the above generators. When it is self-excited. When the shunt field is separately excited. it is usually isolated from the other windings of the machine. Some manufacturers connect the interpole winding on the A2 side of the armature. but the polarity orthe voltage applied to the shunt field should be as shown for the particular rotation and armature polarity.2. the shunt field may be either self­ excited or separately excited. connections should be made as shown by the dotted lines. For clockwise rotation. Note 5.TERMINAL MARKINGS AND CONNECTIONS FOR DC GENERATORS (NEMA NOMENCLATURE) SHUNT GENERATOR SHUNT FIELD INTERPOLES F~ __"t j A1 ARMATURE LINE A2 - F2 LINE COMPOUND GENERATOR SHUNT FIELD INTERPOLES Fj + A1 I ARMATURE LINE A2 LINE All connections are for counterclockwise rotation facing the end opposite the drive. 11 .14.

the polarity of the interpole is the same as that of the main pole preceding it in the direction of rotation. For a generator.. For a motor.: POLARITY OF MAIN ANDINTERPOLES The diagram above shows the polarity of interpoles with respect to the polarity of the main poles.J ~ Z Ci :.FIELD POLARITIES OF DC MACHINES W . the polarity of the interpole is the same as that of the main pole following it in the direction of rotation. 12 .

0 5.7 3. Quincy. 2002. 300 volt armature 240 Armature current s t-tu x -~112amps 300 The above table is based on Table 430.2 6.33 .6 18 27 34 43 51 67 83 99 123 164 205 246 330 12. Armature current varies inversely as applied voltage. 13 .3 10.FULL-LOAD CURRENTS OF DC MOTORS* (RUNNING AT BASE SPEED) 'For conductor sizing only.7 1.5 13.0 2.2 16 24 31 38 46 61 75 90 111 148 185 222 294 1.5 .6 8.6 3.4 t Tnese are average direct-current quantities.5 2 3 5 7.25 . Example: 40 hp motor.2 17 25 40 58 76 180V 2.1 5.6 12. Inc.147 of the National Electrical Code".5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 90V 4.8 16 27 - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - 240V 1.4 7.1 4.8 6.8 9. MA 02269. Amps/hp - - - 3.2 20 29 38 55 72 89 106 140 173 206 255 341 425 506 675 500V 550V - - - - -- - 13.4 4. FULL-LOAD CURRENT IN AMPEREst RATED ARMATURE VOLTAGE HP .75 1 1.1 8.7 6.6 9. Branch-circuit conductors supplying a single motor shall have an ampacity not less than 125 percent of the motor full-load current rating.2 - - - 120V 3.0 2. National Electrical Code® and NEC® are registered trade marks of the National Fire Protection Association.8 4.6 2.5 OVER 200 HP Approx.5 12.

3 62.3 1.0 3.4 4.75 1 1.7 24.5 10.4 460V 1. Amps/hp 2.6 2.14 - - OVER 200 HP Approx.2 3.8 7.2 92 120 150 177 221 285 359 414 552 - 208V 2.8 9.3 32.150 of the National Electrical Code.4 74.1 78.6 16.1 9 11 17 22 27 32 41 52 62 77 99 125 144 192 242 289 336 382 412 472 2300V .75 1.2 4.2 6.5 4.9 7.7 3. Based on Table 430.6 7.6 6.6 11 14 21 27 34 40 52 65 77 96 124 156 180 240 302 361 414 477 515 590 575V 0.1 3.1 1.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 200V 2.0 17.FULL-LOAD CURRENTS THREE-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE AND WOUND-ROTOR MOTORS' 'For conductor sizing only FULL-LOAD CURRENT IN AMPERES HP .5 .9 6.7 4." 2002.24 .4 2.6 15.8 46.64 2.8 6.2 59. 14 .4 3.96 4000V - - - - - - - - - - - - - 16 20 26 31 37 49 60 72 83 9 11 14 18 21 28 35 41 48 95 103 118 55 59 68 .5 3.0 6.2 Branch-circuit conductors supplying a single motor shall have an ampacity not less than 125 percent of the motor full-load current rating.2 30.2 48.5 25.8 11.7 2.5 2 3 5 7.8 88 114 143 169 211 273 343 396 528 - 230V 2.2 22 28 42 54 68 80 104 130 154 192 248 312 360 480 - - - - - - - - - 2.9 1.

1 2.2 46 57.2 4.5 10 115V 200V 20BV 230V 4.6 5. 15 .5 13.4 3.8 11 13.5 2 3 5 7.3 4. Based on Table 430.4 7.2 2.8 44 55 28 40 50 56 80 100 I I I I Branch-circuit conductors supplying a single motor shall have an ampacity not less than 125 percent of the motor full-load current rating.0 2.5 3.FULL-LOAD CURRENTS THREE-PHASE SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS (UNITY POWER FACTOR) AND SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS' "For conductor sizing only THREE-PHASE SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS FULL·LOAD CURRENT IN AMPERES RATED VOLTAGE HP 460V 575V 100 125 150 200 250 300 100 125 150 200 250 300 80 100 120 160 200 240 20 25 30 40 50 60 12 14 17 23 29 35 350 400 500 353 403 500 282 322 400 71 80 100 41 46 58 600 700 800 600 705 805 480 564 644 120 141 161 900 1000 905 960 724 768 181 192 69 81 93 104 110 2300V 4000V SINGLE·PHASE MOTORS FULL·LOAD CURRENT IN AMPERES RATED VOLTAGE HP .34 .25 .9 9.2 11.167 .5 .9 3.6 9.2 2.6 7.8 7.148 of the National Electrical code".9 8 10 12 17 32.9 6.2 18.6 8. 2002.75 1 1.7 4.5 30.8 13.8 16 20 24 34 5.8 19.4 5.

2 for50 Hz. when measured with rated voltage and frequency impressed and with rotorlocked. Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.75 1 23 29 34 20 25 30 10 12 15 8 10 12 1.35.See NEMA MG 1-2003.5 2 3 46 57 74 40 50 64 20 25 32 16 20 26 5 7. 60 Hz 200V HP 1 230V 575V 460V 2300V 4000V .MAXIMUM LOCKED·ROTOR CURRENTS THREE-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGEMOTORS t\lEMA DESIGNS B.12.12.35.5 .C and Dconstant-speed induction motors.380volts.1. C AND D LOCKED·ROTOR CURRENT IN AMPERES I RATED VOLTAGE. 16 .5 10 106 146 186 92 127 162 46 63 81 37 51 65 15 20 25 267 333 420 232 290 365 116 145 182 93 116 146 30 40 50 500 667 834 435 580 725 217 290 362 174 232 290 60 75 100 1000 1250 1665 870 1085 1450 435 542 725 348 434 580 87 108 145 50 62 83 125 150 200 2085 2500 3335 1815 2170 2900 907 1085 1450 726 868 1160 181 217 290 104 125 167 250 300 350 4200 5060 5860 6670 7470 8340 3650 4400 5100 1825 2200 2550 1460 1760 2040 365 440 510 210 253 293 5800 6500 7250 2900 3250 3625 2320 2600 2900 580 650 725 333 374 417 400 450 500 1 1 1 1 The locked-rotor currentof DesignB.shall not exceed the above values.

.. such as punch presses. :.. \~ ... hoists.s::: u o '"'' A I.. winches.250%-1190 ./·'IDoS. motor-generator sets."'. Design C I ...{ 'if. D .. Table 1.--- \. I :. agitators. I o 50 \.. centrifugal pumps and compressors.gn . ..."../ / . reciprocating pumps and compressors..800% 1.' Ul '5 Design B ---... Based on NEMA MG 10-2001.. where starting torque requirements are relatively low. "". shears. 150 200 \ •.... i / .elevators.5-5% Medium or High Applications: Fans.. 17 . 100 ¥ ~"":"':":~: .:'::: .800% 11-5% IMedium Applications: Conveyors.GENERAL SPEED-TORQUE CHARACTERISTICS THREE-PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS -. and wire-drawing machines./ \ ~ Ul .\ . ::::".. etc. 20 .. 250 300 Torque (% of full-load torque) NEMA DESIGN LOCKED ROTOR TORQUE BREAKDOWN TORQUE LOCKED ROTOR CURRENT SLIP RELATIVE EFFICIENCY B 70·275%­ 175 .-.Design (5 % slip) iJ i/ Q. D 275% 1275% 1600 .225%- 1600 . where starting under load is required. . blowers. extractors. NEMA Design A is a variation of Design B having higher locked-rotor current. stirring machines. C 200 . :::~::::-:...•. . Ul Ul 5 l: \ \' 80 i t' 60 /1 e ~ 40 . \.'5% IMedium Applications: High peak loads with or without flywheels.800% 0...:. i . oil-well pumping. crushers.300%­ 600 .~.:... 100 \ ". "Hiqher values are for motors having lower horsepower ratings. etc. \..

5 81.5 86.0 80.0 300.0 95.5 The full load efficiency of Design A and B motors rated 600 volts or less.0 91.5 95.5 87. Reference: NEMAMG 1-2003.5 95.0 95.0 200.5 86.5 89.0 85.4 95.5 86.1 94.0 86.0 84.5 89.7 92. shall not be less than the minimum efficiency listed in the table above for the motor to be classified as "energy efficient.5 88.7 92.8 80.1 94.0 93.6 94.4 93.7 92.8 95.5 94.5 82.0 50.0 hp motors.5 90.0 93.5 94.4 95.0 150.4 93.5 94.1 94.6 94.4 93.0 85.0 81.5 84.4 MINIMUM EFFICIENCY 77.0 91. when operating at rated voltage and frequency.59.FULL-LOAD EFFICIENCIES THREE-PHASE.5 84.0 93.1 94. Table 12-11.0 93.4 95.0 15.4 93.5 86.0 93.5 88.0 81.5 90.0 95.2 91.2 91. ENERGY EFFICIENT OPEN MOTORS (NEMA DESIGNS A AND B) 2 POLE HP 1.0 91.5 88.4 93.5 94.6 94.5 91.0 3.2 91.5 85.5 89.4 95.7 92.5 89.5 87.1 94.0 93.5 10.0 350.5 89.7 92.0 95.5 89.8 95.0 5.0 93.2 90.6 94.4 93.7 92.5 90.5 94.0 93.0 7.0 84.5 81.5 94.8 4 POLE 6 POLE MINIMUM NOMINAL MINIMUM NOMINAL EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 80.5 2.0 93.5 88.1 94.6 93.4 95.5 84.5 94.5 88.6 94.7 91.2 91.4 95.0 1.0 95.0 81.1 94.1 94.0 85.0 84.0 25.0 93.6 93.0 400.0 91.5 84.5 95.0 91. 18 .0 NOMINAL EFFICIENCY 82.2 91.0 85.0 60.0 91. SQUIRREL CAGE.0 500.0to 200.6 93.0 91.5 90.0 125.4 92.7 91.0 75.0 91.0 250.5 88.0 100. The Energy Policy Act of 1992 (USA): The nominal full-load efficiency of electric motors as specified in the Energy Policy Act of 1992 is the same as that listed inthe tablefor 1.4 92.0 30.5 95.5 87.12.0 450.4 95.5 87.6 93.6 94.0 40.5 89.0 82.5 90.5 82.0 20.0 93.5 87.7 91.7 91." Nominal efficiency represents a value which should be usedto compute the energy consumption of a motor or group of motors.5 95.0 95.

5 85.0 93.5 95.5 87.0 80.7 92. 12.0 95.0 95." Nominal efficiency represents a value which should be used to compute the energy consumption of a motor orgroup of motors.5 94.5 89. SQUIRREL CAGE.0 91.5 94.5 86.5 84.7 91.5 84. shall not be less than the minimum efficiency listed in the table above for the motor to be classified as "energy efficient.0 60.5 82.5 94.5 90.4 95. ENERGY EFFICIENT ENCLOSED MOTORS (NEMA DESIGNS AAND B) 2 POLE HP 1.4 93.5 94.1 94.5 89.FULL-LOAD EFFICIENCIES THREE-PHASE.0 91.5 2.5 10.6 93.5 88.0 85.0 93. The Energy Policy Act of 1992 (USA): The nominal full-load efficiency of electric motors as specified in the Energy Policy Act of 1992 is the same as thatlisted inthe table for 1.5 86.59.4 95.0 95.0 92.5 89.0 4 POLE NOMINAL MINIMUM NOMINAL EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 75.0 95.1 94.4 92.7 92.0 20.0 93.5 87.5 94. 19 .0 91.5 88.7 92. Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.0 93.5 88.0 1.0 15.5 87.1 94.5 87.7 92.0 40.0 25.4 93.2 91.4 92.4 93.5 87.5 91.5 85.5 90.0 30.2 91.6 93.5 89.7 91.0 93.0 91.4 95.5 89.0 50.5 85.0 450.6 93.5 94.0 91.5 89.1 94.5 95.0 125.4 95.1 94.0 80.6 94.1 94.0 81.7 91.0 5.2 90.0 95.0 93.4 95.0 400.4 95.0 93.0 85.5 87.0 100.5 85.5 94.0 77.0 85.5 88.0 87.8 6 POLE MINIMUM NOMINAL MINIMUM EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY EFFICIENCY 80.2 91.6 94.0 94.5 87.5 94.5 94.6 94. when operating at rated voltage and frequency.0 93.0 500.5 91.1 94.0 81.5 94.7 93.4 93.7 91.4 72.2 90.1 94.1 95.1 The full load efficiency of Design A and B motors rated 600 volts or less.5 82.5 89.0 91.5 82.0 350.5 84.1 94.0 200.0 82.0 95.0 300.5 90.2 90.5 88.4 95.5 95.0 150.4 95.0 250.0 7.0 95.4 95.0 hp motors.6 94.5 87.0to 200.6 94.5 89.0 84.5 90. Table 12-11.4 93.5 81.2 91.5 89.0 75.5 87.0 95.1 94.0 3.

EFFECTOF VOLTAGE VARIATION ON INDUCTION MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS ·20 I---+--+-+--+-+--+~. 20 . VOLTS 120 208 240 480 600 2400 4160 6900 115 200 230 460 575 2300 4000 6600 Reference: NEMA MG 10-2001. VOLTS MOTOR UTILIZATION (NAMEPLATE) VOLTAGE. -15 -10 -5 0 +5 +10 +15 -15 -10 -5 0 +5 +10 +15 PERCENT VOLTAGE VARIATION POWER SUPPLY AND MOTOR VOLTAGES NOMINAL POWER SYSTEM VOLTAGE.

45 recommends against operating a motor with a voltage unbalance greater than 1%. the maximum deviation from the average is 9. ~ o 1 234 5 % VOLTAGE UNBALANCE Percent voltage unbalance Example: = 100 x Max. Consequently.8 -. and the Percent unbalance = 100 x . Average volt.. . volt. With voltages of 460. 14..9 ~ CJ z ~ UJ r-. Should voltages be unbalanced.. the rated horsepower of the motor should be multiplied by the factor shown in the graph below to reduce the possibility of damage to the motor. <.. Performance will not nec­ essarily be the same as when the motor is operating with a balanced voltage at the motor terminals. unbalanced currents in the stator windings will result.. three-phase motors normally are designed to operate successfully under running conditions at rated load when the voltage unbal­ ance at the motor terminals does not exceed 1%. This will in­ crease operating temperature. volt. deviation from avg. A small percentage voltage unbalance will result in a much larger percentage current unbalance. (Note: NEMA MG 1-2003.96% Reference: N~MA MG 1-2003...JL = 459 1. the average is 459.36.EFFECTOF VOLTAGE UNBALANCE ON MOTOR PERFORMANCE When the line voltages applied to a polyphase induction motor are not equal. Operation of the motor at above a 5% voltage unbal­ ance condition is not recommended. and 450.) MEDIUM MOTOR DERATING FACTOR DUE TO UNBALANCED VOLTAGE c:: 1. Alternating current.0 f2 o it I"­ r---. 12. 0. vibration. 467. the temperature rise of the motor operating at a particular load and percentage voltage unbalance will be greater than for the motor operating under the same conditions with balanced voltages. 0. 21 . nuisance trips and failures.

22 . Magnetizing cur­ rent is usuallyless than 25 percentof motorfull-load current.STARTING CHARACTERISTICS OF SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS STARTING METHOD Full-Voltage Value VOLTAGE LINE AT MOTOR CURRENT 100 100 MOTOR TORQUE 100 Autotransformer 80% tap 65% tap 50% tap 80 65 50 64' 42' 25' 64 42 25 Primary Resistor Typical Rating 80 80 64 Primary Reactor 80% tap 65% tap 50% tap 80 65 50 80 65 50 64 42 25 Series-Parallel 100 25 25 Wye-Delta 100 33 33 Part-Winding (1/2-1/2) 2 to 12 Poles 14 and more Poles 100 100 70 50 50 50 Solid-state Soft Start Variable Variable Vairable Variable Freq. Drive v/Hz constant Variable Variable • Autotransformer magnetizing current not included.

Therefore ailowable starts/hour = 2.2 232 275 338 441 72 85 90 110 7. Load Wk' Example: 25 hp.9 2.2 12.5 75 76 77 80 30 25. loadWk2 ~ 50 From Table.7 21 26 31 40 110 115 120 130 9.7 1017 140 160 300 500 5. consull themanufacturer.3 5. 2.4 3.2 1.6 5.44 5 Calulaled value is lessthanA. Table 7.8 2. f 2. Reference: NEMA MG10·2001.4 99 122 144 189 55 58 60 65 10.1 71 104 137 200 37 39 41 44 20 25 30 40 4.8 6.1 4.5 10 15 8.44.9 3 1.3 8.9 10.1 22.7 7.e.4 15 23 30 44 33 34 35 36 5 7. Starts perhours A or __ B_ .7 23 19. 3.7 27 39 51 75 42 44 46 50 18.6 49 58 71 92 145 170 180 220 6.7 8.3 13.5 9.6 11 17 38 38 39 40 34 29. Ailowable starts perhouris the lesser of (1) A or (2) B divided bytheloadWk2.2 5.1 26.2 2.0 1.0 831 3.ALLOWABLE STARTSAND STARTING INTERVALS DESIGN A AND B MOTORS HP A 2 POLE B C A 4 POLE B C A 6 POLE B C 1 15 1. i.8 8.4 5. 23 . Note: Tableis based on following conditions: 1.6 8. Applied voltage andfrequency in accordance withNEMA MG1-2003.5 640 4.0 9.44.4 15.8 113 133 172 210 275 320 600 1000 4. External load Wk2 equal to or less thanthevalues iisted in MG1-2003.4 4.8 5.9 12.3 11 16 83 88 92 100 16.5 4. B = 122.54.8 5.8 14. theconnected load torque is equal to or lessthan atorque which varies asthesquare ofthespeed andisequal to 100 percent ofrated torque at rated speed.8.4 2.5 12.2 7.2 6.8 542 4.4 262 324 384 503 48 51 53 57 50 60 75 100 3.4 5.1 7.8 8. During theaccelerating period. B = Maximum product of starts perhourtimes loadWk2.5 10.2 1452 1719 2238 2744 120 140 265 440 Where: A = Maximum number of starts perhour. whichever is less. Starts per hour = 12J1 = 2.4 3. 12. A= 8. Forotherconditions.9 620 735 904 1181 64 75 79 97 125 150 200 250 2..8 4.1 3. 4 pole.2 2.9 2 11.0 6. C = Minimum restor off timein seconds between starts.

HP 36D0 RPM 1952 RERATE 1964 RERATE ORIG.5 - - - 203 182 143T 203 204 182 184 143T 145T 204 224 184 184 145T 182T 225 254 213 213 182T 184T 2 3 204 224 184 184 145T 145T 224 225 184 213 145T 182T 225 254 213 215 184T 213T 254 284 215 254U 213T 215T 5 7.~ NEMA FRAME ASSIGNMENTS THREE-PHASE OPEN MOTORS-GENERAL PURPOSE NEMA PROGRAM ORIG. 1800 RPM 1952 1964 RERATE RERATE ORIG. 1200 RPM 1952 RERATE 1964 RERATE ORIG.5 225 254 213 215 182T 184T 254 284 215 254U 184T 213T 284 324 254U 256U 215T 254T 324 326 256U 284U 254T 256T 10 15 284 324 254U 256U 213T 215T 324 326 256U 284U 215T 254T 326 364 284U 324U 256T 284T 364 365 286U 326U 284T 286T 20 25 326 3648 284U 286U 254T 256T 364 364 286U 324U 256T 284T 365 404 326U 364U 286T 324T 404 405 364U 365U 324T 326T . 900 RPM 1952 RERATE 1964 RERATE 1 1.

For the corresponding shaft extension dimensions. see Pages 28-31. the correct frame size is the one shown but with the suffix letter 8 omitted.1 I\J V1 30 40 3648 3658 3248 3268 284T8 286T8 365 404 326U 364U 286T 324T 405 444 365U 404U 326T 364T 444 445 404U 405U 364T 365T 50 60 4048 4058 364U8 365U8 324T8 326T8 4058 4448 365U8 404U8 326T 364T8 1 445 504U 405U 444U 365T 404T 504U 505 444U 445U 404T 405T 75 100 4448 4458 404U8 405U8 364T8 365T8 4458 5048 405U8 444U8 365T81 404T8 1 505 445U - - 405T 444T - - - - 444T 445T 125 150 5048 5058 444U8 445U8 404T8 405T8 5058 445U8 - 445T - - - - - - - 405T81 444T8 1 - - - - - 200 250 - - - - - - - - 444T8 445T8 445T8 1 - - - - - - - - When motors are to be used with V-belts or chain drive. .

5 225 254 213 215 184T 213T 254 284 215 254U 184T 213T 284 324 254U 256U 215T 254T 324 326 256U 284U 254T 256T 10 15 284 324 254U 256U 215T 254T 324 326 256U 284U 215T 254T 326 364 284U 324U 256T 284T 364 365 286U 326U 284T 286T 20 25 326 286U 3658 324U 256T 284T8 364 365 286U 324U 256T 284T 365 404 326U 364U 286T 324T 404 405 364U 365U 324T 326T . RERATE RERATE ORIG.5 203 - - 182 143T 203 204 182 184 143T 145T 204 224 184 184 145T 182T 225 254 213 213 182T 184T 2 3 204 224 184 184 145T 182T 224 225 184 213 145T 182T 225 254 213 215 184T 213T 254 284 215 254U 213T 215T 5 7. 900 RPM 1952 1964 RERATE RERATE 1 1. 1200 RPM 1952 1964 RERATE RERATE OR/G. HP 3600 RPM 1964 1952 RERATE 1800 RPM 1952 1964 RERATE ORIG.~ NEMA FRAME ASSIGNMENTS THREE-PHASE TEFC MOTORS-GENERAL PURPOSE NEMA PROGRAM ORIG.

For the corresponding shaft extension dimensions.30 404S 326S 286TS 404 326U 286T 405 365U 326T 444 404U 40 405S 364US 324TS 405 364U 324T 444 404U 364T 445 405U 365T 50 444S 365US 326TS 444S 365US 326T 445 405U 365T 504U 444U 404T 364T 60 445S 405US 364TS 445S 405US 364TSt 504U 444U 404T 505 445U 405T 75 504S 444US 365TS 504S 444US 365TSt 505 445U 405T - 444T 100 505S 445US 405TS 505S 445US 405TSt - - 444T - - 445T 125 - - 444TS - - 444TSt - - 445T - - - 150 - - 445TS - - 445TSt - - - - - - tWhen motors are to be used with V-belt or chain drives. the correct frame size is the frame size shown but with the suffix letter S omitted. I\) -J . see Pages 28-31.

50 5.75 4.8750 1.986 0.41 0.75 2.188 0.771 0.00 2.8750 1.75 2.00 5.50 4. S Flat Flat Flat 1.7500 0.44 2.41 1.41 0.5000 0.34 0.75 3.188 0.00 4.41 1.188 0.25 2.28 0.453 0.188 0.7500 0.1250 0.50 2.41 --~.8750 0._--~~ U 0.34 0.75 2.53 0.50 5.00 2.1250 0.75 4.75 3.50 3.50 4.34 0.00 1.25 2.25 2.75 3.41 1.00 1.88 1.53 1.7500 0.50 2.75 3.188 0.50 3.3750 0.00 2.34 0.25 2.00 1.34 0.78 1.50 4.75 2.50 1.12 2.00 2.188 0.88 2.25 2.00 3.50 4.62 3.7500 0.75 2.34 0.75 2.75 2.188 0. 1.771 0.771 0.644 0.7500 N-W 1.644 0.00 2.644 0.50 1.00 R 0.771 0.50 2.78 1.644 ESMfN.S3 NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* FOOT-MOUNTED AC MACHINES * Dimensions in inches FRAME DESIGNATIONS 1---­ 42 48 48H 56 56H 66 143 143T 145 145T 182 182T 184 184T 203 204 KEYSEAT D E 2F BA H" 2.50 5.6250 0.12 2.75 2.94 2.250 0.00 4.50 4.41 1.644 0.91 1.00 5.6250 0.50 3.250 0.41 0.50 2.75 3.75 2.25 2.44 2.75 2.75 2.41 1.8750 0.50 6.50 4.5000 0.12 3.188 0.41 0.12 2.188 .75 3.25 2.50 2.188 0.25 2.41 1.25 2.12 1.25 2.34 0.69 2.41 1.00 2.00 5.25 VMIN.75 2.986 0.41 0.75 3.328 0.50 3.00 5.34 0.12 0.517 0.00 5.00 4.50 5.12 3.06 2.00 3.41 1.188 0.00 4.517 0.453 0.41 0.

312 0.875 1.03 2.50 5.75 3.986 1.25 5.50 5.88 4.41 0.25 4.25 5.201 0.00 8.25 5.845 1.25 5.62 3.41 0.986 1.00 12.00 5.75 3.75 4.625 1.25 7.00 7.3750 1.1250 1.50 12.75 5.75 4.3750 1.75 7.25 6.25 6.00 7.25 6.28 1.75 2.00 7.375 0.53 0.625 1.125 1.00 10.00 4.416 1.625 1.25 3.500 .50 5.25 6.3750 1.78 3.00 4.91 2.25 3.25 10.00 5.25 6.250 0.375 0.25 5.62 4.50 0.00 5.75 4.50 3.00 5.201 1.00 5.500 0.416 1.625 1.00 3.50 4.25 6.375 0.12 2.75 3.25 5.00 12.625 1.125 1.00 8.53 0.00 8.500 0.25 5.25 4.00 7.50 5.591 1.25 4.591 1.12 2.50 10.1250 1.66 0.38 3.75 4.53 0.75 4.28 1.375 0.00 4.312 0.25 6.00 5.25 5.875 1.00 3.25 4.00 3.91 3.66 0.03 3.75 2.25 6.50 5.25 0.591 1.986 1.416 1.66 0.312 0.75 3.375 0.00 9.50 3.25 4.25 5.50 3.38 3.50 3.50 4.03 2.375 0.62 5.75 4.28 1.41 0.75 4.03 2. 0.00 12.00 8.50 6.25 5.53 0.625 2.25 6.41 0.38 3.38 3.62 3.25 6.53 0.112 1.25 4.416 1.78 2.416 1.41 0.25 6.25 4.50 4.25 6.66 1.50 4.500 0.859 0.201 0.66 0.500 0.50 5.25 5.50 3.03 0.53 0.50 8.91 3.859 0.38 3.00 3.500 0.00 8.00 6.591 2.416 1.50 11.00 12.00 3.53 0.75 4.500 0.91 2.25 4.25 8.591 1.66 0.250 0.50 10.50 6.78 4.875 1.91 3.250 0.91 3.312 0.91 2.50 10.50 5.00 11.41 0.53 0.845 1.201 1.41 2.416 1.53 0.50 5.375 0.50 3.50 5.1250 1.0000 1.591 1.62 5.00 5.50 10.00 8.50 9.00 7.66 0.500 375 10 .875 3.625 1.50 9.28 1.00 11.25 5.25 5.00 3.00 7.12 3.53 0.78 4.03 2.25 4.62 3.53 0.416 1.00 3.00 8.25 8.416 1.25 4.66 0.66 0.25 5.3750 1.53 0.25 4.416 1.375 0.62 3.25 6.78 2.78 3.38 3.250 0.25 5.03 2.25 5.00 8.50 9.00 8.66 0.1-­ ro (0 213 213T 215 215T 224 225 254 254U 254T 256U 256T 284 284U 284T 284T8 286U 286T 286T8 324 324U 3248 324T 324T8 326 326U 3268 326T 326T8 5.41 2.75 3.88 4.38 3.75 4.03 3.2500 1.88 5.00 7.625 1.00 8.00 3.00 3.625 1.50 7.0000 1.875 1.91 2.00 10.75 4.50 3.875 1.88 5.62 4.625 2.375 0.250 0.250 0.

25 12.875 2.75 7.375 1.021 4.500 1.25 12.021 5.78 0.500 1.591 2.66 0. --2F- D 9.00 7.03 0.00 7.625 1.00 8.81 0.00 7./ -E N-W 5.88 '1.00 9.66 0.12 3.75 5.00 9.65 0.62 6.450 5.00 8.75 5_88 3.500 2.591 4.62 6.00 9.81 0.03 0.845 2.38 3.81 0.500 1.00 8.625 1.5~~ 2.125 1.. S 1.25 12.00 9.62 6.38 3.88 3.00 10.81 0.66 0.66 0.00 10.03 0.125 1.00 6.375 1.500 1.66 0.03 0.500 2.38 3.88 5.25 11.00 6.750 1.62 6.500 1.25 11-25 11.03 0.00 8.78 0.28 0.81 1.62 BA" H** U 0. no .88 5.500 1.500 R .00 7.845 5.00 7.25 6.00 10.75 SA 5.75 6.66 0.00 8.625 1.75 5.591 2.03 0.25 12.50 5.88 5.00 10.91 0.00 7.62 6.88 5.66 0.00 9.00 9.00 2F 11.81 0.125 2.25 11.416 1.845 5.00 7.591 2.875 2.~ -.00 7.62 3.845 5.50 5.00 8.25 12.00 9.875 2.00 10.88 5.00 10.81 0.125 1.28 0.66 0.81 0.00 10.375 2.00 10.00 7.00 9.00 4.­ • - = t Dimensions in inches FRAME DESIGNATIONS 364 364S 364U 364US 364T 364TS 365 365S 365U 365US 365T 365TS 404 404S 404U 404US 404T 404TS 405 405S 0 "H"DlA.62 6.591 2.38 3.53 0.375 1.88 5.500 1.845 2.12 3.28 0.875 2.875 0 4·HQlES -.875 2.62 3.62 3.12 4..00 7.25 12.25 11.50 6.25 6.875 1.03 0.25 7.25 12.62 3-25 6.591 4.88 5.12 3.00 8.125 2..500 2.25 13.00 7.38 3_00 6.00 9.845 5.25 12.66 0.50 J @ .875 1.66 0. KEYSEAT ESMIN.500 1.00 9.03 0.25 12.88 5.91 0.375 1.75 -E--­ V MIN.416 1. 5.875 1_625 2_125 1.25 12.~ NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS FOOT-MOUNTED AC MACHINES-CONTINUED ~'.25 12.591 2.88 6.50 6.021 4.625 2.00 8.75 13.88 5.500 2.03 0.88 5.88 5.62 6.38 3.12 3.50 5.00 7.00 9.500 1.25 4.66 0.03 0.66 0.25 12.28 0.00 E 7.

91 3.500 0.38 4.81 0.50 7.125 7.50 8.00 9.875 2.00 2.62 4.845 2.91 3.00 11.375 2.021 2.94 0.00 11.50 12.845 2.50 7.25 4.375 2.25 6.00 9.50 14.750 0.50 4.50 7.00 11.25 4.50 7.94 0.50 4.81 2.62 6.500 0.00 9.78 6.91 3.021 2.81 0.880 2. ~ 0.38 4.50 16.00 8.00 9.53 2.125 0.880 2.12 4.78 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.00 11. "Frames 48 to 66.375 2.75 0.375 2.78 7.00 11.50 7. inciusive: the H dimensionis Diameter of Hole.28 2.75 13.50 7.03 6.00 11.00 8.25 4.00 8.25 8.450 1.00 20.81 0.750 0.00 8.25 4.500 0.00 6.375 3.03 6.88 4.00 10.25 8.875 2.625 0.62 0.375 2.75 13.50 8.50 7.03 2.50 0.00 9.50 8.750 0.50 14.00 11. Frames 143 to 5058.00 11.00 18.00 11.50 6.750 0.125 3.81 0.00 25.00 8.875 2.28 2.625 0.450 1.1.00 9.00 11.81 3.00 2.81 0.03 7.450 1.375 7.12 4.50 8.50 7.500 0.81 0.75 8.50 7.81 0.81 0.00 9.500 .00 9.875 0.81 0.500 0.62 4.450 1.375 3.50 7.78 5.50 8.03 5.625 0.25 4.81 0.00 10.88 4.00 18.50 16.00 9.875 0.500 0.38 4.625 0.50 8.00 11.450 1.00 9.625 0.00 13.00 16.53 2.81 0.81 0.845 2.81 0.50 12.845 2.50 7.81 0.845 5. inclusive: the Hdimension is Widthof Sial.50 14.62 4.00 447T 447T5 449T 449T5 11.94 2.00 9.75 13.50 12.00 9.125 2.50 16.50 4.12 4.62 6.625 0.50 14.00 10.845 2.00 4.750 0.91 3.62 6.75 7.25 8.00 10.125 2.00 11.845 2.50 14.03 2.78 7.50 8.021 1.88 4.00 9.4.50 4.875 0.00 7.81 2.78 5.875 2.00 9.00 10.880 2.50 7.50 16.38 4.00 8.53 2.375 2.00 8.00 25.00 10.25 8.875 0.405U 405U5 405T 405T5 444 4445 444U 444U5 444T 444T5 445 4455 445U 445U5 445T 445T5 10.81 0.00 8.021 1.875 2.00 16.125 2.00 10.50 16.125 7.65 2.00 9.00 11.00 11.021 2.625 0.81 0.50 7.75 8.500 0.375 2.94 0.4.25 8.78 6.78 7.62 4.00 12.50 16.845 2.25 8.00 7.75 14.50 20.00 9.125 6.50 8.021 1.25 7.50 7.375 2.50 504U 5045 505 5055 11.021 2.880 2.81 0.

00 10.25 +0..k --I SF n~t:URFACE 5 -IESI -11- -Ii (j-{ 1\ Be t:3I- " Dimensions in inches BO MOUNTING BC BF HOLE FRAME OESIGNATIONSt AJ AK BA BB MIN BC BO MAX BOLT TAP PENETRATION NUMBER SIZE ALLOWANCE U KEVSEAT AH R ES MIN 0.56 0.75 0.500 4.986 213C and 215C 213TC and 215TC 254UC and 256UC 254TC and 256TC 7.75 0.3750 1.500 2.78 0.16 0.16 0.25 0.25 9.19 5.188 1.500 8.--ffi 'f·~~-' I! -1 I.50 4 4 4 4 1/4-20 1/4-20 3/8-16 3/8-16 143TC and 145TC 182C and 184C 182TC and 184TC 182TCH and 184TCH 5.312 1.250 5.25 0.188 0.328 0.78 0.12 +0..25 0.50 3.250 1.16 0.062 3. .50 4.19 -0.250 7.~ _A Hl NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS· TYPE C FACE-MOUNTING FOOT OR FOOTLESS AC MOTORS .1250 1. B8 .250 7.875 5.5000 0.771 0.312 2.25 +0.75 0.12 +0.50 6.56 0.12 +0..25 +0.201 1. _I .500 3..500 3.500 4.875 4.250 0.1250 1.000 2.75 0.188 0.986 0.12 6.50 6.250 7.". J.75 4.500 0.000 2.8750 1..875 5.771 0.75 0.517 0.7500 1.06 2.375 2..75 3.19 -0.25 8.00 5.8750 0.12 3.00 4 4 4 4 112-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 0.00 6.644 Flat Flat 1.16 -0.500 8.16 +0.50 4.3750 0.41 0.62 2.750 5.875 7.50 0.62 0.25 0.16 0.625 6.41 0.188 1.URFACE OIMENSIONS ~~~~ES ~t::ATER NAK ~~ I -- d J AJ 15 .12 2.416 S 0.250 42C 48C 56C 66C 3.69 2.875 3.75 4.3750 1.19 -0.44 0.50 9.1250 2.500 8.41 .986 1.75 0.16 0.453 0.50 4 4 4 4 3/8-16 3/8-16 1/2-13 3/8-16 0.25 +0.56 0.625 2.00 10.12 2. .91 0.312 0.750 3.6250 0.00 9.201 1.500 2.250 8.75 1.

000 11.00 18.000 14.25 +0.500 14.25 4.000 16.375 1.750 0.25 11.25 +0.625 0.875 2.000 9.500 10.28 0.880 2.25 0.75 0.450 1.25 +0.500 12.25 +0.03 0.000 14.875 2.500 12.00 18.591 2.021 2.500 0.03 0.625 1.25 0.500 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.375 3.500 10.591 1.375 2.4.91 0.25 4.845 2.500 12.591 1.00 4.91 0.591 2.94 0.625 6.500 1.25 +0.375 2.50 6.25 0.880 2.500 10.25 +0.94 0.000 11.94 0.00 18.125 1.000 11.845 1.75 0. 4.000 11.000 14.500 0.50 5.50 8. CAl CAl .50 0.625 2.00 14.25 +0.88 4.500 2.500 12.25 +0.00 14.875 1.00 18.00 14.25 5.845 0.125 1.94 0.75 4.94 0.500 12.500 12.00 14.591 1.25 +0.000 14.000 16.75 5.91 0. For tolerances on dimensions.03 0.25 0.94 0. tSee Pages 28-31 for dimensions D.94 0.25 0.625 0.845 1.11 and 4.500 12.416 1.62 4.25 0.25 +0.75 0.845 2.000 11.25 0.00 14.50 6.500 6.25 0.00 18. 4.03 0.50 18.500 0.875 2.25 +0.000 9.125 3.00 1.25 0.00 7.00 5.875 2.94 0.000 11.94 0.25 +0.000 14.450 1.25 0.94 0.125 4.500 5.65 0.00 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 0.00 14.416 1.500 0.375 3.94 0.750 0.25 0.00 8.00 8.25 0.28 0.62 3.91 0. 2F and H.500 12.845 2.000 14.500 4.500 16.25 0.00 3.00 14.25 +0.50 15.50 7.25 +0.000 14.94 0.78 0.25 0.000 11.875 2.50 15.62 6. see NEMA MG 1-2003.000 11.021 1.62 7. 4.500 12.25 14.500 0.625 1.25 0.4.94 0.021 2.88 6.25 +0.4.500 12.94 0.875 1.25 0.000 11.500 16.25 +0.000 16.375 2.88 5.750 2.000 16.000 16.38 3.25 0.38 3.94 0.125 2.50 7.25 +0.00 5.50 8.625 2.12.000 11.25 11.25 0.25 5.94 0.94 1. face runout and permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet.25 +0.25 +0.4.25 +0.94 0.25 0.450 1.00 18.000 11.25 0.875 3.284UC and 286UC 284TC and 286TC 284TSC and 286TSC 324UC and 326UC 324SC and 326SC 324TC and 326TC 324TSC and 326TSC 364UC and 365UC 364USC and 365USC 364TC and 365TC 364TSC and 365TSC 404UC and 405UC 404USC and 405USC 404TC and 405TC 404TSC and 405TSC 444UC and 445UC 444USC and 445USC 444TC and 445TC 444TSC and 445TSC 447TC and 449TC 447TSC and 449TSC 504UC and 505C 504SC and 505SC 9.125 2.25 11. E.38 4.25 0.25 0.875 3.416 1.375 2.50 7.00 15.875 2.500 12.000 11.375 0.25 +0.500 12.000 16.500 4.375 3.25 +0.38 4.00 18.021 1.94 0.50 15.25 +0.94 0.12 3.

00 18.50 4 4 4 4 0.00 0.25 0.25 2.41 1.00 14.00 14.000 4.25 0.00 0.75 11.25 0.00 2.75 3.00 14.50 0.25 0.416 3.~ NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS'" TYPE 0 FLANGE-MOUNTING FOOT OR FOOTLESS AC MOTORS -IF:~l ~~~ :.00 18.75 0.50 284TD and 286TD 284T5D and 286T5D 324UD and 326UD 3245D and 3265D 12.25 0.75 4.986 9000 4.75 0.000 21310 and 215TD 254UD and 256UD 254TD and 256TD 284UD and 286UD 10.00 1.375 0.75 11.81 0.25 0.75 0.81 2.II["~ BE_~JI_BC ~BA~-BC * Dimensions in inches -KEYS EAT BF HOLE FRAME DESIGNATIONSt BB MIN Be BD MAX BE TAP RECOMMENDED NOM NUMBER SIZE BOLT LENGTH U 0.416 1.00 10.416 1.201 1.591 1.000 14.00 0.81 0.75 3.81 1.25 1.91 5 0.3750 1.00 1.188 0.416 2.00 BA 2.625 4.78 2.000 9.00 2.53 0.81 0.00 14.00 11.00 11.25 0.500 0.62 3.625 3.25 11.591 1.00 11.25 5.00 0.00 2.50 0.3750 1.25 0.8750 1.000 11.00 0.375 .00 2.00 0.00 0.875 1.53 0.312 0.62 3.81 0.25 0.000 9.75 4 4 4 4 0.000 9.53 0.25 0.00 0.75 14.88 1.00 2.00 12.625 1.00 10.91 AJ AK 143TD and 145TD 182D and 184D 182TD and 184TD 213D and 215D 10.771 0.75 0.250 0.00 14.00 11.25 0.00 0.00 11.75 0.375 0.41 11.53 0.50 12.1250 2.875 1.25 1.8750 0.000 0.000 0.00 16.25 0.53 1.25 2.25 1.50 16.50 0.25 2.00 0.1250 1.00 0.50 12.28 1.81 0.00 4.25 0.00 10.375 0.50 12.986 0.38 3.50 AH R ES MIN 1.50 0.00 0.625 1.250 0.312 0.500 0.000 4.771 0.201 1.00 9.25 1.188 0.75 4 4 4 4 0.00 0.000 4.

750 0.62 6.500 0.25 0.81 0.75 0.50 4.125 1.845 1.00 0.25 0.25 0.845 3.875 2. 2F and H.00 0.25 0.000 18.03 6.875 2.25 0.00 14.25 2.00 2.375 2.00 20.50 7.25 5.00 0.4.00 0.00 25.00 1.00 22.25 4.75 0. see NEMA MG 1-2003.81 0.00 18. For tolerances on dimensions.00 0.00 20. W 01 0.65 2.81 0.81 0.500 0.50 7.81 0.25 3.91 3.845 1.81 0.500 .875 2.81 0.00 0.11 and 4.00 18.25 0.38 3.81 0.000 18.450 1.28 2.00 1.00 0.125 2.00 0.00 22.125 2.375 2.75 0.000 18.25 2.845 2.25 2.62 4.25 2.591 1.81 0.000 18.81 0.880 2.875 2.25 0.25 2.00 18.25 5.875 0.000 14.000 18.021 1.375 3.81 0.78 6.021 2.75 0.021 1.25 0.000 18.25 2.03 4.00 2.00 16.25 1.000 5.81 0.00 2. 4.00 22.25 0.500 0.000 18.75 5.25 0.000 14.25 7.000 18.00 1.50 7.03 5.81 0.591 2.00 2.50 0.625 0.81 0.000 14.00 18.25 0.00 22.000 18.000 14.125 1.12.591 2.00 1.375 2.00 20.750 0.00 22.00 20.00 16.00 1.450 1.500 0.25 8.00 20.4.00 22.00 16.25 0.25 0. 4.500 0.12 4.125 3.25 8.00 16.62 7.00 22.81 2.00 0.00 1.00 0.324TO and 326TO 324TSO and 326TSO 364UO and 365UO 364USO and 365USO 364TO and 365TO 364TSO and 365TSO 404UO and 405UO 404USO and 405USO 404TO and 405TO 404TSO and 405TSO 444UO and 445UO 444USO and 445USO 444TO and 445TO 444TSO and 445TSO 447T0 and 449TO 447TSO and 449TSO 504UO and 5050 504S0 and 505S0 16.00 20.880 2. tSee Pages 28-31 for dimensions 0.00 22.25 0.875 0.81 0.625 0.00 0.021 2.75 6.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 1.00 20.75 0.75 7.375 2.25 2.00 22.00 16.25 2.00 22.750 0.500 0.450 1.000 18.62 4.845 2.625 0. 4.03 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.00 20.50 4.00 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 0.875 2.6.88 3.81 0.375 1.00 20.500 0.00 18.91 2.00 1.25 2.88 6.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 22. face runout and permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet.25 0.25 0.875 2.625 0.75 1.75 8.6.125 5.000 18.000 14.00 20.00 1.00 0.75 8.00 0.25 0.00 0.000 18.00 18.00 2.845 2.91 3.00 22.25 0.88 5.25 2. E.81 0.500 0.

~ f ENcr6Slll3 R.125 6.= :g::j~/ .8740 4.281 5.343 7.8745 0.219 5.62 4 3/8-16 0.--fUN'!" r -I .281 4.56 5.8740 4. I 1-'5­ 143-184.497 0.62 4 3/8-16 0.500 4.125 6.56 6.500 4.H.W 0> NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* TYPE JM AND JP FACE-MOUNTING.497 0..:~~:~ ~R tt EL Er - -EM 143-1&4 JPRnd JM 21:}..H ta / .8740 0.156 0..497 4. ~C-:.56 0.281 4.8745 0. ::-r~!::.62 4 3/8-16 0.. .156 0.875 . CLOSED-COUPLED.500 4. r.219 7. AC PUMP MOTORS · r"-' """JM~tfi'Q-:J ~. :.. 'I Sf HOLE CI8o!1S2 R.8745 0.156 0.125 0. Dimensions in inches 1<13·184JPIIOdJM BF FRAME DESIGNATIONS 143JM and 145JM 143JP and 145JP 182JM and 184JM BD MAX NUMBER TAP SIZE BOLT PENETRATION ALLOWANCE U AHt AJ AK BB 0.875 4.36SJP FRAMES 14$o1l'A JP and JM I-S _ j -.875 4...'l.

250 0.312 0.2495 1.000 11.500 8.2490 1.2490 1.156 8.8745 0.94 14.00 4 5/8-11 0.281 5.094 7.500 12.6245 1.312 0.495 12. . Tables 1 and 2.495 0.250.2490 1.500 8.500 8.312 0.8740 1.281 5.497 0.2490 4.250 0.250 8.8745 0.000 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.094 12.250 8.94 14.00 4 1/2-13 0.00 4 5/8-11 0.2495 1.75 10.250 7.156 0.312 0.00 4 1/2-13 0.00 4 1/2-13 0.75 1. 18.2490 5.94 14.250.219 8.156 8.497 0.219 8.500 12.00 4 1/2-13 0.875 4.312 0.250 11.000 11.2495 1.500 12.250 14.094 11.000 11.250 14.182JP and 184JP 0.497 0.495 0.250 10.94 1. tAH dimension measuredwith the shaft pulled by hand away from the motor to the limit of end play.156 8.500 4. see NEMA MG 1-2003.312 0.250 0.2490 1.00 4 5/8-11 0.156 8.250 0.250 0.75 1.281 4.00 4 5/8-11 0.2495 1.8740 7.6240 5.500 12.500 12.125 6.343 7.75 9.94 213JP and 215JP 254JM and 256JM 254J P and 256J P 284JM and 286JM 284J P and 286J P 324JM and 326JM 324JP and 326JP 364JP and 365JP 7.497 8.219 8. 18.156 8.281 5.094 8.312 0.62 4 3/8-16 0.250 9.56 213JM and 215JM 0. w 'l For tolerances on face runout.2495 1. permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet and permissible shaft runout.312 0.2495 1.000 12.312 0.495 12.00 4 5/8-11 0.2490 5.497 8.495 12.094 7.281 5.500 8.2495 1.219 8.

"1·.25 0.156 T:i54 182JM and 184JM 1..w CD NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* TYPE JM AND JP FACE-MOUNTING.1...li3RH * Dimensions in inches EN FRAME DESIGNATIONS EL 143JM and 145JM 1._.890 2.75 1.9995 1.156 T:i54 143JP and 145JP 1.75 1.H-~L'43_1B4 JP and JM Z13-36SJP~'-H 143-184JPanllJM 213-326 JM BB .756 1./ ­ .65 0. _I..771-0.75 1.'•-.156 3/8-16 1.922 2. .65 0.640 0.~_S .. .25 0.610 1.0000 0. ENCllll.188 2.640 0.771-0.65 0.12 0...756 1.610 ER MIN R ES MIN S ETt 4.190-0. AC PUMP MOTORS t------'.156 3/8-16 1.312 0.952 5.9995 1..12 0.248 EM 1.250 1.860 ...190-0.860 5.250 Eat 0.0000 0.188 7.- 213-32l>JM 'rQ~ I'S­ EP j t -" ./: -/-"'143-1842:p3-328JM~_ET.- rr-c I"Ea--I t FRAMES 143-184 JPandJM 213-3&5JP ee .890 2.· _~1 I.. ".188 4. CLOSED-COUPLED.12 0.190-0..771-0.548 0.9995 TAP SIZE TAP DRILL DEPTH MAX KEYSEAT BOLT PENETRATION ALLOWANCE EP MIN 3/8-16 1.578 1.0000 0.756 1.

097 2.980 324JP and 326JP 1.112-1.50 1.980 284JP and 286JP 1.360 8.50 1.952 5.500 ~395 8.250 3.985 254JP and 256JP 1. seeNEMAMG 1-2003.390 2.756 1.750 1.00 2.3745 1.3745 1.248 0.125 0.756 1.312 0.125 1. tEO andETdimensions measured with theshaftpulledby handawayfromthe motorto thelimitof endplay.190-0.50 1.750 2.00 1.855 0.750 1.75 1.015 2.252-0.3745 1.252-0.250 364JP and 365JP 2.25 1. W <0 .097 2. 18.390 2.125 2.250 3.00 2.182JP and 184JP 1.3750 1/2-13 1.53 0.50 1.125 1.00 1.53 0.860 Reference: NEMAMG1-2003.750 1.7495 1.112-1.860 284JM and 286JM 1.252-0.53 0.3745 1.125 1.855 213JP and 215JP 1.020 2.112-1.748 1.748 1.0000 3/8-16 1. For tolerances on facerunout.360 8.65 0.53 0.750 1.610 5.123 1.53 0.125 1.250 5.3750 1/2-13 1.00 2.00 2.750 1.25 0.250.50 1.252-0.3745 1.3745 324JM and 326JM 1.41~ 5.750 1.248 0.750 0.375 5.097 2.097 2.250 5.125 0.3750 1/2-13 1.748 254JM and 256JM 1.640 0.097 2.890 2.860 1.12 0.125 1.250 5.250.640 0.252-0.125 1.250 1.360 8.252-0.00 2.748 1. 18.605 5.355 8.3745 1.53 0.895 5.895 5.771-0.112-1.890 5.377-0.3750 1/2-13 1.395 2.748 1.605 5.50 1.250 1. Tables 1 and2.020 2.3750 1/2-13 1.188 4.750 0.9995 1.7500 1/2-13 2.390 2.890 5.50 1.53 0.645 0.645 0.771-0.12 0.9995 213JM and 215JM 1.112-1.855 1.748 1.190-0.250 3.252-0.750 2. permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet and permissible shaftrunout.25 1.00 1.0000 318-16 1.25 1.748 1.75 1.50 1.548 1.097 2.578 1.355 5.112-1.112-1.65 0.922 2.895 5.610 7.188 1.097 2.250 2.750 1.3750 1/2-13 1.3750 1/2-13 1.125 2.

40 1.40 5.48 2.50 7.93 3.50 4.95 2.50 5.20 2.40 4.50 2.48 0.50 5.55 3.93 4.50 5.<!:) rsc MOUNTING DIMENSIONS* FOOT-MOUNTED AC AND DC MACHINES C· .19 5.54 3.40 0.40 5.50 8.54 3.48 0.30 7.48 0.50 3.50 0.75 1.90 5.90 4.40 4.20 2.48 0.55 1.50 7.50 2. Dimensions in inches B FRAME NUMBER H A B C K BOLT OR SCREW 56M 63 M 71 M 80 M 90 S 90 L 100 S 100 L 112 S 112 M 132 S 132 M 2.28 0.30 6.48 M5 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8 M10 M10 M10 M10 M10 M10 .14 3.80 3.79 3.28 0.40 0.95 4.20 2.50 8.19 3.50 6.75 2.50 2.75 3.15 3.40 0.55 3..95 3.48 0.95 4.23 0.00 1.

are shown in inches (rounded oft).) .38 M12 M12 M12 M12 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M24 M24 M24 M24 M24 M30 M30 M30 lEG 60072-1 Standards.25 4.25 5..50 16.38 1.25 5.00 18. Dimensions.00 16.00 27.87 7.95 0.00 16.58 0.00 8.85 5.73 0.25 4.25 12.05 24.50 10.95 4. Foot-Mounted Machines.29 7.02 12.29 6.75 14.80 27.73 0.70 22.73 0.50 16.00 9.80 22.50 7.08 7.160 S 160 M 160 L 180 S 180 M 180 L 200 S 200 M 200 L 225 S 225 M 250 S 250 M 280 S 280 M 315 S 315 M 355 S 355 M 355 L 400 S 400 M 400 L .00 10.74 15.25 5. Bolt and screw sizes are shown in millimeters.00 18.00 11.1.87 8.50 12.00 10.00 27. see lEG 60072-1. Table 1.11 1.11 1.29 6.11 1.74 15.50 14.50 8.00 20.00 11.00 24.60 6.50 12.00 14.58 0.25 13.25 10.05 24.00 12.00 11.00 10.84 11. except tor bolt and screw sizes.74 10.25 12.00 7.00 8.00 11.00 24.08 7.00 18.50 11.58 0.58 0.08 7.25 4.97 13.00 27.00 20.84 9.60 7.00 19.00 10. (Note: Data in lEG tables is shown in millimeters.75 4. For tolerances on dimensions.40 12.00 0.75 4.95 0.75 5.73 0.95 1. 6.40 13.85 6.00 24.97 15.85 9.38 1.50 12.00 11.00 11..73 0.00 11.58 0.00 9.11 1. ~ 6.50 8..02 11.97 13.58 0.87 7.85 8.00 10.95 0.11 1.

8661 0.173 4.3307 332 465 590 738 922 1180 1401 1696 2065 2950 lEG 60072-1 Standards.314 0.708 0.7087 1.118 0.393 0.15 3.314 0.157 0.118 0.119 0.099 0.129 3.401 0.472 0.4961 2.314 0.984 0.5591 2.138 0.) 42 .472 0.102 0.551 0.33 4.846 0.102 0.629 0.7480 0.771 2.1496 3.472 0.79 0.69 6.236 0.7559 0.7.220 0.322 2.9449 0.866 0.196 0.196 0.36 3.433 0.200 0. Keys and Keyways Dimensions.119 0.629 0.708 0.200 0.184 0.314 0.395 1. KEY AND KEYSEAT DIMENSIONS* CONTINUOUS DUTYAC MOTORS <10 Dimensions in inches I 0 I KEY E KEYSEAT F GO F GE GA MAX.465 0.629 0.519 2.isc SHAFT EXTENSION.160 0.307 0.57 1.2 36.314 0.472 0.551 0.97 0.236 0.937 4.220 1.157 0. see lEG 60072-1.551 0.27 0.157 0.048 0.4331 0.196 0.787 0.sasa 3.51 5.551 0.2756 0.787 0.551 0.9370 4.91 0.787 0.138 0.551 0.196 0.97 1.393 0.236 0.354 0.4 1.1654 4.236 0.3543 0.866 0.196 0. Fortolerances on dimensions.393 0.787 0.275 0.395 0.355 0.355 0.69 6.51 6.240 5.02 5.984 1.63 0.933 3.078 0.200 1.614 23.071 0.160 0.07 3.57 1.433 0.33 0.69 8.708 0.2598 1.866 0.57 0. All dimensions are rounded oft.543 3.27 8.09 10.355 0.3 13.3465 5.300 2.062 6.346 3.33 4.393 0.566 92.236 0.708 0.708 0.355 0.3 1.964 1.6535 1.196 0.118 0.275 0.078 0. Shaft Extension.300 0.15 0.6299 0.236 0.51 0.5512 0.2 148 262 2.1024 1.280 0.138 0.740 3.18 1.807 2.629 I a.3622 2.314 0.984 0.8898 2.984 1.9528 3.51 5.9 66.102 1.236 0.377 1.629 0. Table 4. TORQUE (LB FT) 0.236 0.236 0.866 0.922 0. (Note: Data in lEG tables is shown in millimeters.69 6.102 1.393 0.078 0.716 2.314 0.7402 3.24 1.027 2.492 0.280 0.

75 6.12 1.750 0.88 1.41 1.KEYSEAT~ NEMA SHAFT EXTENSION AND KEYSEAT DIMENSIONS* ~irr FOOT-MOUNTED DC MACHINES I .00 2.312 0.62 ES MIN 1.66 0.25 5.00 3.875 1.5. 4.03 3.188 0.FW END OPPOSITE DRIVE-5TRAIGHT DRIVE END-DiRECT-CONNECTED DRIVE KEYSEAT I W I ~~ FU SHAFT EXTENSION FN­ FV FW MIN FR KEYSEAT FES MIN FS 0.88 5.210 2. 1.25 1.517 0.416 1.03 3.91 0.03 4.28 5..831 3.125 2.500 0.50 R 0328 0.53 3.845 2.771 0.41 1.750 0.1.53 4.00 1.625 0.250 0. 4. Dimensions in inches DRIVE END-BELT DRIVE FRAME DESIGNATIONS 42 4B 56 56H 142AT·1412AT 162AT·1610AT 182AT·181 OAT 213AT·2110AT 253AT·259AT 283AT·289AT 323AT·329AT 363AT·369AT 403AT-409AT 443AT·449AT 502AT·509AT 5B3A·58BA 683A·688A -I>­ c.50 3.375 0.312 0.75 3.00 1.875 2.021 2.75 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.625 1.91 1.771 0.66 0.125 1.12 1.00 4.25 2.845 2.50 2.91 1.9.831 KEYSEAT ES MIN 1.41 1.00 1.500 0.2 and 4.50 5.53 3.625 0.500 0.125 2.625 0.375 1.25 9.188 0.188 0.450 2.375 0.25 3.88 2.500 0.50 3.00 4.375 2.41 t.03 4.625 0.201 1.75 4.00 3.750 0.50 4.500 0.28 2.771 0.25 2.25 5.986 1.625 0.25 1.625 0.625 0.134 U 1.750 Flal Flal 0.88 1.50 9.125 1.25 4.75 2.875 0.517 0.750 0. For tolerances on dimensions.00 5.375 1.517 0.50 6.00 2.625 2.250 1.28 9.28 8.625 0.328 0. 4.25 3.3.50 2.517 5.25 2.875 3.500 0.25 4.50 10.875 0.831 2.375 0.750 0.5.53 5.75 5.188 0.188 0.416 1.8750 1.53 SHAFT EXTENSION N-W V MIN S U Flat Flat 0.53 4.75 3.188 0.250 0.625 2.50 6.625 0.450 0.50 4.188 0.25 1.78 2.75 10.201 1.517 0.25 3.28 2.591 1.453 0.75 6. see NEMA MG 1-2003.625 1.25 3.00 550 .:> SHAFT EXTENSION N-W V MIN R 0.78 2.453 0.591 1.5.75 4.50 1.88 2.75 5.188 0.517 0.53 0.75 2.188 0.986 1.50 5.375 2.450 2.41 4.03 S r::1 FW ~ FN1 Lit t I--=-FN.375 0.875 1.625 2.625 0.275 2.875 2.41 0.50 1.275 2.875 3.

25 4.00 7.75 4.00 8.50 4.00 5.00 12.41 0.75 2.50 12.25 6.50 5.75 2.50 3.50 5.00 2.25 5.41 0.50 3.25 13.50 4.75 2.34 0.50 2.75 2.50 3.00 8.50 14.50 10.53 0.50 3.34 0.44 2.50 2.25 7.75 3.00 12.25 6.00 3.00 10.00 3.75 0.00 8.25 11.50 12.00 11.75 2.00 10.00 10.00 6.41 0.50 3.50 2.50 350 1.75 0.50 4.53 0.00 9.00 4.25 10.25 5.00 4.00 9.00 4.50 3.53 0.-E-I --A-­ A MAX ~H 0 E 2F BA H 6.50 0.00 7.75 2.25 3.50 3.75 2.34 7.00 5.34 0.50 500 5.00 9.25 6.25 4.25 6.34 0.00 11.00 9.00 5.25 167AT 168AT 169AT 1610AT 8.25 5.25 7.75 186AT 187AT 188AT 189AT 9.50 12.34 0.12 3.50 2.41 0.00 11.00 9.25 5.50 3.25 6.75 3.25 5.25 4.41 7.00 3.50 0.00 12.06 2.75 2.50 15.00 3.75 7.00 7.50 10.75 3.25 4.50 0.25 0.00 10.00 9.41 0.00 10.12 9.50 4.00 8.00 10.50 4.50 3.53 0.75 2.41 0.00 5.50 12.00 4.75 11.50 3.28 0.75 3.12 3.75 2.00 7.50 6.50 10.00 12.50 9.41 0.00 7.75 2.75 3.50 10.50 8.75 9.00 13.25 14.41 0.62 3.75 2.00 7.25 FRAME 42 48 56 56H 142AT 143AT 144AT 145AT 7.12 182AT 183AT 184AT 185AT 9.00 11.00 2.75 3.50 2.41 0.75 2.53 0.41 3.25 9.00 4.75 8.41 0.50 4.00 9.00 8.25 5.25 4.50 2.00 2.50 5.00 4.00 16.00 4.00 7.34 0.50 7.00 11.41 0.75 5.00 3.75 8.00 5.41 0.50 10.50 3.41 0.75 2.00 8.75 034 0.41 0.12 312 3.75 2.50 12.25 7.75 3.NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* FOOT-MOLINTED DC MACHINES Q t ~ -E.50 2.75 1.75 2.00 6.75 0.50 4.00 11.00 4.41 0.50 3.00 4.41 8.50 14.41 0.75 2.53 0.00 10.75 2.50 4.25 3.00 7.12 3.00 5.75 3.75 3.50 6.00 12.34 1410AT 1411AT 1412AT 162AT 7.00 3.20 4.00 10.75 2.25 5.34 0.34 0.25 9.25 2.25 4.00 4.50 13.41 0.50 10.50 8.50 6.00 12.41 0.50 2.50 2.00 5.50 3.50 7.00 146AT 147AT 148AT 149AT 1810AT 213AT 214AT 215AT 216AT 217AT 218AT 219AT 2110AT 44 BMAX 13.50 6.00 5.50 2.50 4.12 4.25 6.50 2.34 0.00 9.75 2.00 8.75 2.00 3.00 7.25 2.44 2.41 2.00 4.75 2.50 12.00 163AT 164AT 165AT 166AT 8.25 253AT 254AT 255AT 10.50 10.50 4.25 4.00 8.00 9.25 4.00 7.75 2.50 3.50 5.00 4.00 7.25 6.00 4.00 8.25 3.53 .25 4.00 8.41 0.41 0.69 2.50 9.50 7.00 9.00 9.50 4.50 12.75 2.00 11.00 4.12 3.00 8.34 034 0.25 6.00 5.41 0.50 10.12 2.25 256AT 257AT 258AT 259AT 12.75 2.25 4.00 8.75 2.41 7.50 2.

00 11.00 13.00 25.75 0.00 8.00 4.50 11.00 10.00 24.50 8.06 44BAT 22.00 1.19 1000 509AT 25.2.00 7.50 20.00 20.00 12.00 10.00 14.00 30.25 5. NEMA MG 1-2003.00 16.00 30.00 14.00 9.00 9.50 18.00 13.00 407AT 20.00 5.06 18.81 367AT 18.50 11.00 12.00 7.50 14.50 12.00 8.00 11.50 1.00 5.25 10.00 11.00 11.94 1100 403AT 20.00 9.50 1.00 References and tolerances on dimensions.00 11.00 6.00 6.00 900 7.00 10.50 28.00 0.53 5.00 17.00 10.19 25.00 8.00 507AT 25.00 8.Bl 18.00 12.OO 9.25 8.66 363AT 18.00 9.00 16.50 10.66 6.66 324AT 16.75 0.25 7.00 32.00 17.66 329AT 16.00 409AT 26.00 14.19 583A 10.00 24.66 326AT 16.62 0.00 27.00 388AT 1800 22.50 8.19 503AT 25.50 505AT 25.19 506AT 25.3and 4.19 1.50 1.66 8.50 1.50 687A 34.00 8.50 25.00 B.00 8.00 20.00 18.00 6.00 5.50 41.00 16.00 7.19 685A 34.06 449AT 22.19 17.62 4MAT 20.00 1.00 7.00 14. inclusiv~The H dimension is Diameter of Hole.19 58BA 29.00 23.94 408AT 20.00 7.50 1.00 950 4.53 2BBAT 14.00 12.00 9.00 5.50 10.00 18.53 323AT 16.00 20.94 1775 10.00 12.00 10.50 16.00 13.50 B.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 24.50 11.00 7.50 11.00 12.81 0.00 11.00 5.00 10.81 7.NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* FOOT-MOUNTED DC MACHINES-CONTINUED * Dimensions in inches FRAME A MAX BMAX 0 E Ht BA 2F 283AT 14.00 11.50 10.00 14.81 15.00 17.19 17.50 2B5AT 14.00 4.00 4.00 8.50 28.9.00 8.50 1.00 33.25 16.50 1.25 0.00 11.88 0.00 5.62 0.50 1150 22.00 447AT 22.00 7.00 11.00 366AT lB.94 20.5. 4.00 14.50 8.62 443AT 22.00 16.00 25.00 7.25 14.75 0.00 7.00 6.00 8.94 0.00 15.50 1.75 0.00 5.94 406AT 20.00 6.00 16.50 12.53 284AT 14.50 686A 34.19 586A 29.00 19.50 25.00 0.00 25.19 8.06 446AT 22.00 15.50 11.00 14.25 10.00 1350 6B3A 34.00 1.00 7.50 1.00 21.50 10.00 5.00 662 0.19 11.00 14.00 33.53 289AT 14.00 21.66 327AT 16.00 17.00 1.5.00 5.00 5.50 5.00 11.50 7.00 10.00 20.00 17.00 13.50 10.53 287AT 1400 15.50 16.00 5.00 6.00 10.00 20.19 504AT 21.62 0.00 27.00 1.19 585A 29.00 7.50 1.00 20.50 1.62 405AT 20.00 5.00 22.50 1.00 5.50 7.50 8.88 0.06 445AT 7.00 9.50 11.00 8.50 10.25 0.00 22.25 6.50 7.50 1.00 37.88 O.00 5.50 11.00 12.00 9.19 1.00 20.53 286AT 14.25 11.00 13.00 22.88 0. 45 .25 900 5.06 444AT 22.00 17.00 4.00 7.00 4.00 6.50 1.50 8.00 7.50 4.00 14.00 9.00 15.00 0.19 508AT 25.75 0.50 10.06 29.50 1.50 8.50 26.00 688A 34.OO 6.25 0.00 18.81 389AT 18.00 10.00 19.19 587A 30.75 0.00 9.00 9.88 0.00 22.1.00 14. 4.00 502AT 25.00 328AT 16.00 20.00 33.00 lBOO 8. Frames 142ATto 688A.81 364AT 18.50 1.00 12.00 9.50 525 0.5.00 19.19 29.50 10.00 27.25 18.25 365AT 18.00 25.00 13.00 12.50 22.00 16.00 23.00 12.00 13.00 17.00 5.00 28.75 0.25 9.00 14.00 8.00 12.25 0.50 11.25 325AT 16.00 10.94 10.00 14.00 16.00 12.00 22.00 7.75 6.50 22.00 11.00 11.19 25.00 6.25 12.4.50 1.00 584A 29.00 5. t Frames 42 to 56H. inclusive-The H dimension is Width of Slot.50 29.00 6.00 12.88 0.50 36.00 6B4A 34.88 0.

3 11.3 KEYSEAT ESMIN.05 N-W 28 38 38 48 48 57 51 57 51 57 57 70 57 70 57 57 V MIN.70 12.0 70.0 9.05 19.80 4.0 62.80 4.22 19.0 9.22 28.5 101.0 95.0 70.1 13.57 19.80 4.80 .70 15.80 4.80 4.80 6.5 95.05 22.5 16. 45 51 45 51 51 64 51 64 51 51 R 8.80 4.0 11 9 9 9 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 U 9.5 54.05 19.0 16.80 6.3 16.22 22.5 19.80 4.0 62. Dimensions in millimeters FRAME DESIGNATIONS 42 48 48H 56 56H 66 143 143T 145 145T 182 182T 184 184T 203 204 D 66 76 76 88 88 104 88 88 88 88 114 114 114 114 127 127 E 44.0 54.5 25.0 9.5 101.35 4.35 4.5 95.52 12.~ NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* KEYSEAT FOOT-MOUNTEDAC MACHINES -IETJI-~ 3~aR I~. S Flat Flat Flat 36 36 49 36 36 36 36 36 46 36 46 39 39 4.0 74.3 16.3 19.87 19.5 9.05 22.5 25.3 19.87 15.0 19.5 70.5 2F 43 70 121 76 127 127 102 102 127 127 114 114 140 140 140 165 SA H** 52 64 64 70 70 79 57 57 57 57 70 70 70 70 79 79 7.0 70.80 4.57 22.1 16.5 13.5 11.:J t t ..22 28.5 95.

2 35.0 140 140 178 178 171 191 210 210 210 254 254 241 241 241 241 279 279 279 267 267 267 267 267 305 305 305 305 305 89 89 89 89 89 89 108 108 108 108 108 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 133 11 11 11 11 11 11 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 28.95 9.57 34.0 108.0 127.5 139.62 41.5 139.5 139.8 25.4.40 28.55 12.0 159.27 53.0 108.70 .9 28.55 9.97 47.0 127..27 41.75 41. inclusive: the H dimension is Diameter of Hole.5 21.0 159.4 35.97 47.40 25.9 35.Frames 143 to 5058.0 127.27 53.27 31..9 35.1 and 4.5 159.4.55 12.9 40.9.27 34.92 41.62 41.35 7.5 114.62 41.92 28.0 159.35 7. inclusive: the H dimension is Width of 810t.55 7.55 9.) 6.57 34.55 6.4 35.213 213T 215 215T 224 225 254 254U 254T 256U 256T 284 284U 284T 284T8 286U 286T 286T8 324 324U 3248 324T 324T8 326 326U 3268 326T 326T8 .J 133 133 133 133 139 139 158 158 158 158 158 177 177 177 177 177 177 177 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 203 108.4 35.70 9.0 114.4 52 62 52 62 52 52 52 71 74 71 74 52 97 84 49 97 84 49 97 109 49 100 52 97 109 49 100 52 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.27 47.4 35.5 139.4 35.9 46. For tolerances on dimensions see NEMA MG 1-2003.8 40.9 40.5 35.0 159.0 30.27 47.95 6.55 12.57 34.62 76 86 76 86 76 76 86 95 102 95 102 95 124 117 83 124 117 83 124 143 83 133 95 124 143 83 133 95 70 80 70 80 70 70 80 89 96 89 96 89 118 112 77 118 112 77 118 137 77 127 89 118 137 77 127 89 25.0 30.0 159.0 159.70 12.92 25.5 139.0 159.35 9. -.8 21.0 30..92 41.5 139.35 7.62 41.8 40.55 12.35 6.9 40.35 6.5 127.9 46.5 35. "Frames 42 to 66.1.0 139.9 30.55 12.27 47.0 159.95 6.95 9. 4.9 40. (Note: Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches.70 9.0 127.70 9.5 25.27 41.55 12.4.70 12.0 108.70 9.27 47.70 9.62 41.0 159.

55 12.0 178.4 46.62 41.62 60.70 .90 12.70 15.32 47. S 109 49 128 52 109 52 109 49 128 52 109 52 128 52 141 71 12.8 40.70 12.70 12.70 9.90 12.4 51.0 178.8 40. 143 83 162 95 149 95 143 83 162 95 149 95 162 95 181 108 137 77 156 89 143 89 137 77 156 89 143 89 156 89 175 102 R 40.9 46.70 15.4 35.&.0 178.0 178.:=I t I • Dimensions in millimeters FRAME DESIGNATIONS 364 3648 364U 364U8 364T 364T8 365 3658 365U 365U8 365T 365T8 404 4048 404U 404U8 KEYSEAT D E 2F BA H** U 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 228 254 254 254 254 178.70 12.27 53.0 203.3 40.32 53.62 47.0 203.27 53.62 60.97 47.4 51.9 46.3 40.97 47.70 15.97 N-W VMIN.0 178.70 12.62 60.0 178.62 41.3 46.0 286 286 286 286 286 286 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 311 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 149 168 168 168 168 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 21 21 21 21 47.0 203.8 R ESMIN. NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* KEYSEAT FOOT-MOUNTEDAC MACHINES -CONTINUED -IEll-II-~ ~::::=L~a I~:.0 178.97 47.0 203.4 35.0 178.55 12.70 12.90 12.0 178.4 40.0 178.8 40.0 178.70 9.32 47.4 51.62 53.

2 46.97 184 108 162 95 181 108 184 108 181 108 219 108 216 121 181 108 219 108 216 121 216 121 216 121 219 108 219 108 178 102 156 89 175 102 178 102 175 102 213 102 210 115 175 102 213 102 210 115 210 115 210 115 213 102 213 102 62.2 46.3 51.90 22.8 46.90 12.70 22.90 19.05 12.8 51.02 53.02 53.70 12.2 46.5 228.1 51.4. inclusive: Ihe H dimension is Width of Sial.8 62.8 144 71 128 52 141 71 144 71 141 71 179 71 176 77 141 71 179 71 176 77 176 77 176 77 185 71 185 71 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.1 51.5 228.0 203.70 12.8 73. Frames 143 to 505S.97 85.02 53.5 228.5 228.8 73.72 60.32 53.0 203.5 228.32 85.25 15.404T 404TS 405 405S 405U 405US 405T 405TS 444 444S 444U 444US 444T 444TS 445 445S 445U 445US 445T 445TS 447T 447TS 449T 449TS 504U 504S 505 505S .97 53.25 15.5 228.02 53.8 62.97 73.3 46.4 51.3 46.0 228.0 203.97 73.70 19.70 19.70 15.8 62.32 53.5 228.72 60.9.97 60.02 53.97 85.3 73.5 228.1 and 4.32 73.05 12.70 .5 228.2 46.70 22.25 15.70 19.0 203.8 62.1.) 19.0 254.0 203.05 12.90 12.90 12.72 60.5 228.0 203.1 51..5 228.8 40.97 73. "Frames 42 to 66. 4.70 15.p.5 228. <0 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 254 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 279 317 317 317 317 203.32 60.5 228.0 203.02 53.05 12.25 15.97 47.90 15.62 60.97 73.3 62.70 19.05 12.2 46.32 85.90 22. (Note: Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches.32 53.5 228.0 254. For tolerances on dimensions see NEMA MG 1-2003.0 254.5 254.72 60. 4. inclusive: the H dimension is Diameter of Hole.3 46.2 46.4.5 228.05 12.3 73.1 51.0 311 311 349 349 349 349 349 349 368 368 368 368 368 368 419 419 419 419 419 419 508 508 635 635 635 635 457 457 168 168 168 168 168 168 168 168 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 191 216 216 216 216 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 24 24 24 24 73.

5 30.15 215.0 25.5 13.35 7.55 .57 28.15 215.80 4.4 64 70 70 BA 89 89 108 121 BOLT TAP PENETRATION SIZE ALLOWANCE U 4 4 4 4 1/4·20 1/4-20 3/8-16 3/8-16 3/8-16 3/8-16 1/2-13 3/8-16 4 4 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 KEYSEAT AH R 9..15 215.80 4.52 12.35 6.1 16.92 34.25 95.22 28.95 7.dl s I jJ -.57 28.27 70 79 89 95 25.57 34.90 184.30 143TC and 145TC 182C and 184C 182TC and 184TC 182TCH and 184TCH 149.25 149.92 41.5 19.5 35.25 114..90 184.70 15.30 114.25 76.25 114.Ifnl~BA-=I t Be • Dimensions in millimeters ' ­ BFHOLE FRAME DESIGNATIONSt AJ AK 42C 48C 56C 66C 95..57 54 67 67 67 19.1 Be 'ii :q~u:k . ~·f::4 l ~1 ~:'l1~G i':~·-t TYPE C FACE-MOUNTING FOOT OR FOOTLESS AC MOTORS I ~ ~II~URFACE _I 1--lr ---. I t '.20 76..87 19.90 BC BD MAX NUMBER 4 4 4 4 -5 -5 -5 -5 127 142 165 165 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 4 +3 +3 +3 +3 165 165 228 165 7 7 7 7 +6 +6 +6 +6 228 228 254 254 BB MIN 52.5 25..0 19 19 19 19 28.n o NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* ..9 33 43 ES MIN 36 36 46 46 62 74 S Flat Flat 4.0 30.05 52 62 8.35 6.15 215.30 213C and 215C 213TC and 215TC 254UC and 256UC 254TC and 256TC 184.25 149.90 184.30 149.20 114.<.80 6.25 114.80 4.30 184.90 149.95 9.3 11.3 14 14 19 14 22. I~-~r-.15 215.

60 355.5 317.4 46.8 73.4 51.5 317.8 40.70 19.72 102 210 114 210 46.70 12.02 53. face runout and permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet.5 121 121 324SC and 326SC 324TC and 326TC 324TSC and 326TSC 364UC and 365UC 279.40 355.4 406.25 15.05 12.4.40 279.97 76 127 89 155 35.8 62.4. are shown in millimeters (rounded off).90 22. E.60 284TC and 286TC 284TSC and 286TSC 228.3 46.4.27 53.40 279.62 117 111 76 137 35.5 317.97 85.60 355. For tolerances on dimensions.~ 284UC and 286UC 228.90 19.55 12.62 41.5 406.32 53.97 73.5 317.40 317.1 51.70 317.60 355.70 22.32 85.2 7 7 7 7 +6 +6 +6 +6 457 457 457 457 8 8 8 8 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 24 24 24 24 53.1 419.60 324UC and 326UC 279.40 279.5 133 133 364USC and 365USC 364TC and 365TC 364TSC and 365TSC 404UC and 405UC 404USC and 405USC 404TC and 405TC 404TSC and 405TSC 444UC and 445UC 279.60 406.70 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 +6 +6 +6 +6 +6 +6 +6 +6 355 355 355 355 355 355 355 393 393 393 393 457 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 47.70 15.70 +6 +6 +6 +6 4 4 4 8 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 24 24 24 24 41.40 279.32 73.90 12.1 7 7 7 +6 +6 +6 457 457 457 8 4 4 5/8-11 5/8-11 5/8-11 24 24 24 60.3 62.40 279.30 368.8 100 52 9.60 368.90 12.97 47.27 47. tSee Pages 46-49 for dimensions 0.1 149 149 168 168 191 191 191 191 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 +6 +6 +6 +6 285 285 285 355 4 4 4 4 1/2-13 1/2-13 1/2-13 5/8-11 19 19 19 24 41.4 406.9 40.2 46. (Note: Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches. except for tap sizes.02 53.40 279.97 73.60 317.5 317.70 15.12.9 40.5 317.70 9.72 60. Tap sizes are in inches.62 60.3 40.40 279.27 47. see NEMA MG 1-2003.55 12.62 53.5 317.4 406.4 51.4.2 46.70 19.4 444USC and 445USC 444TC and 445TC 444TSC and 445TSC 447TC and 449TC 355.97 114 213 102 51.5 317.3 73.) .9 46. 2F and H.05 12.4. ·'Dimensions.7 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.02 89 143 89 175 102 178 102 213 40.8 109 52 144 71 176 77 176 77 12.4 419.60 228.25 15.70 266.62 60.4 84 49 9.4 447TSC and 449TSC 504UC and 505C 504SC and 505SC 355.40 279.70 266.8 62.05 12.11 and 4.4.40 266.5 317.30 406.55 12.4.4 35.70 12.40 279.32 47.

95 7.0 254.60 228.55 9.0 228.9 35.5 25.57 28.60 279.40 279.0 254.55 ..57 57 57 70 76 19.27 41.35 6.~ Jr TYPE 0 FLANGE-MOUNTING FOOT OR FOOTLESS AC MOTORS ' -¥-Uf- ".5 30.40 279.0 25.01 I\) NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* -'F~l."'IL {_ 80-1.5 317.0 254.60 70 254.5 19.80 4.5 317.9 62 46 74 S 4.80 6.92 34.92 41.0 36 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 279 355 355 355 13 19 19 19 4 4 4 4 13 21 21 21 32 51 51 51 34.60 228.60 228.95 9.5 228. Dimensions in millimeters BF HOLE FRAME DESIGNATIONSt AJ 143TO and 145TO 1820 and 1840 182TO and 184TO 2130 and 2150 213TO and 215TO 254UO and 256UO 254TO and 256TO 284UO and 286UO AK BA 254..0 317.5 35.22 28.22 22.35 7.1- --BA Be .27 86 95 102 124 30.40 90 108 121 KEYSEAT RECOMMENDED BD BE BB BC MAX NOM NUMBER SIZE BOLT LENGTH U AH R ES MIN 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 279 279 279 279 13 13 13 13 4 4 4 4 13 13 13 13 32 32 32 32 22.

0 559.70 12.90 22.97 47.70 19.6 133 133 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 457 457 457 457 19 19 19 19 4 4 4 4 21 21 21 21 51 51 51 51 53.70 9.62 53.5 406.9 84 49 12.6 457.70 15. E.25 15.27 47.4.0 508.8 62.8 109 52 15.0 457.55 12.05 12.40 355.8 144 71 19.62 60.70 9.70 12.0 355.5 406.6 355.0 457.4 35. 2F and H.2 46.32 53.90 19. 4.4 46.25 447TSD and 449TSD 504UD and 505D 504SD and 505SD 508.97 73.02 53.2 457.5 406.2 457.40 279.2 46.8 77 77 176 15.2 191 191 191 6 6 6 0 0 0 558 558 558 25 25 25 8 8 8 21 21 21 57 57 57 85.1 176 22.0 457.5 355.6 355.2 457.6.3 62. see NEMA MG 1-2003. 4.3 40.4.70 Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.6 355.2 457.0 508.97 149 95 181 108 51.2 46.2 457.90 12.32 85.05 12.5 406.8 40.62 41.70 12.5 406.0 508.05 12.97 121 219 108 51.12.70 364TD and 365TD 364TSD and 365TSD 404UD and 405UD 404USD and 405USD 406.02 53.70 404TD and 405TD 404TSD and 405TSD 444UD and 445UD 444USD and 445USD 508.4 51.6 355.5 406.6 121 121 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 355 355 457 457 19 19 19 19 4 4 4 4 21 21 21 21 51 51 51 51 47.2 149 149 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 457 457 558 558 19 19 25 25 4 4 8 8 21 21 21 21 51 51 57 57 60.6 355. 4.1 51.27 117 83 143 83 40.72 60.5 279.70 444 TD and 445TD 444TSD and 445TSD 447TD and 449TD 508.72 216 121 216 73. face runout and permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet.32 73. t See Pages 46-49 for dimensions D.) .(}l w 284TD and 286TD 284TSD and 286TSD 324UD and 326UD 324SD and 326SD 317.0 508.8 40.9 40.11 and 4.4 100 52 12.2 457.0 508.2 191 6 6 6 0 0 0 558 635 635 25 8 8 8 21 21 21 57 60.2 457.2 457. For tolerances on dimensions.6.5 317.0 559.32 47.62 41.4 35.2 168 168 6 6 6 6 0 0 0 0 558 558 558 558 25 25 25 25 8 8 8 8 21 21 21 21 57 57 57 57 73. (Note: Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches.0 508.97 47.97 184 108 219 108 62.5 508.55 324TD and 326TD 324TSD and 326TSD 364UD and 365UD 364USD and 365USD 406.3 46.62 133 95 162 95 46.90 12.02 53. All dimensions are rounded off.3 73.

30 3.21 108 149. AC PUMP MOTORS 143·184JP and JM 213-36SJP ----B--AH-----213 'R-­ ~BB'I--------.5 168 4 3/8-16 14 149.30 3.AH--L 143-184JPandJM rr-c t E 'T.21 186 182JM and 184JM 22.25 143JP and 145JP 22.30 3..N! ~ t.'.EL FRAMES143-184 FRAMES 213-365 JP 0 213-365JP 326 J M ~ ~ ~.. CLOSED-COUPLED..25 114. / ' MAX _..-1:.. NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS* 01 TYPE JM AND JP FACE-MOUNTING...···I ~ 213-326JM~ _11_' ~'" eH BD I r- MAX t Be • t AJ AK BF HOLE Cfa9!12RH _ !D~...25 114... _ -~ ! j - AK Be ~ AJ ~ ET --­ 143-184JPandJM/ • Dimensions in miiiimeters BF BOLT PENETRATION ALLOWANCE BB BD MAX 114...5 168 4 3/8-16 14 FRAME DESIGNATIONS U AHt AJ 143JM and 145JM 22.5 168 4 3/8-16 14 149.a- _BS- t '..: 0i- ..21 108 AK NUMBER TAP SIZE . --. ...M - -I[ JPandJM 213-326JM 'EQ__ I .

182JP and 184JP

22.21

186

149.25

114.30

3.5

168

4

3/8-16

14

213JM and 215JM

22.21

108

184.15

215.90

7

228

4

1/2-13

19

213JP and 215JP

31.73

207

184.15

215.90

7

228

4

1/2-13

19

254JM and 256JM

31.73

134

184.15

215.90

7

254

4

1/2-13

19

254JP and 256J P

31.73

207

184.15

215.90

7

254

4

1/2-13

19

284JM and 286JM

31.73

134

279.40

317.5

7

355

4

5/8-11

24

284JP and 286JP

31.73

207

279.40

317.5

7

355

4

5/8-11

24

324JM and 326JM

31.73

134

279.40

317.5

7

355

4

5/8-11

24

324JP and 326JP

31.73

207

279.40

317.5

7

355

4

5/8-11

24

364JP and 365JP

41.26

207

279.40

317.5

7

355

4

5/8-11

24

Relerence: NEMA MG 1-2003, 18.250.

Dimensions, except lor tap sizes, are shown in millimeters (rounded off). Tap sizes are in inches. For tolerances on dimensions, refer to equivalent

dimension in inches on Pages 36-37.

tAH dimension measured with the shalt pulled by hand away from the motor to the urmt of end play.

For tolerances on face runout, pemnissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet and pemnissible shalt runout, see NEMA MG 1-2003, 18.250, Tables 1 and

2. (Note: Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches.)

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EN
TAP
DRILL
DEPTH
MAX

KEYSEAT

19

28
28

EL

EM

143JM and 145JM

29.35

25.40

3/8-16

28

143JP and 145JP

29.35

25.40

3/8-16

182JM and 184JM

31.75

25.40

3/8-16

TAP
SIZE

BOLT
PENETRATION
ALLOWANCE

EP
MIN

FRAME
DESIGNATIONS

EO'

ER
MIN

R

30

16.0

108

19.5

42

4.80

73.0

19

30

40.0

186

19.5

42

4.80

151.0

19

32

16.0

108

19.5

42

4.80

73.0

ES
MIN

S

ET'

25.40

3/8-16

19

32

31.75

25.40

3/8-16

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

28

19

45

16.0

108

19.5

42

4.80

73.0

38

25

45

60.5

207

28.2

65

6.40

149.5

254JM and 256JM

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

45

16.0

134

28.2

65

6.40

76.5

254J P and 256J P

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

45

60.5

207

28.2

65

6.40

149.5

284JM and 286JM

44.45

284JP and 286JP

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

54

16.0

134

28.2

65

6.40

76.5

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

54

60.5

207

28.2

65

6.40

149.5

324JM and 326JM

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

54

16.0

134

28.2

65

6.40

76.5

324JP and 326JP

44.45

34.92

1/2-13

38

25

54

60.5

207

28.2

65

6.40

149.5

364J P and 365J P

53.95

44.45

1/2-13

38

25

64

60.5

207

35.9

65

9.55

149.5

182JP and 184JP

31.75

213JM and 215JM
213JP and 215JP

28

40.0

186

19.5

42

4.80

151.0

Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003, 18.250.
Dimensions, exceptfor tap sizes,are shownin millimeters (rounded off). Tap sizes are in inches. For tolerances on dimensions, refer to equivalent
dimension in inches on Pages 38-39 of this manual.
tEa and ET dimensions measured with the shaft pulled by hand away from the motor to the limit of end play.
For tolerances on face runout, permissible eccentricity of mounting rabbet and permissibleshaftrunout, see NEMA MG 1-2003, 18.250, Tables 1 and 2. (Note:
Data in NEMA tables is shown in inches.)
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8 7 7 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 BOLT OR SCREW M5 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8 M10 M10 M10 M10 M10 M10 .~ iec MOUNTING DIMENSIONS· FOOT-MOUNTED AC AND DC MACHINES J1l2< C· "'Dimensions in millimeters FRAME NUMBER H A B 56M 63 M 71 M 80 M 90 S 90 L 100 S 100 L 112 S 112 M 132 S 132 M 56 63 71 80 90 90 100 100 112 112 132 132 90 100 112 125 140 140 160 160 190 190 216 216 71 80 90 100 100 125 112 140 114 140 140 178 C 36 40 45 50 56 56 63 63 70 70 89 89 B K 5.

5 18.~~ 1608 160 M 160 L 1808 180 M 180 L 2008 200 M 200 L 2258 225 M 2508 250 M 2808 280 M 3158 315 M 3558 355 M 355 L 4008 400 M 400 L ~ 160 160 160 180 180 180 200 200 200 225 225 250 250 280 280 315 315 355 355 355 400 400 400 254 254 254 279 279 279 318 318 318 356 356 406 406 457 457 508 508 610 610 610 686 686 686 178 210 254 203 241 279 228 267 305 286 311 311 349 368 419 406 457 500 560 630 560 630 710 108 108 108 121 121 121 133 133 133 149 149 168 168 190 190 216 216 254 254 254 280 280 280 14.5 14. For tolerances on dimensions. 6. see lEG 60072-1.5 18.5 18.5 14.5 14. Table 1. M12 M12 M12 M12 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M24 M24 M24 M24 M24 M30 M30 M30 .5 18.1.5 14.5 18.5 24 24 24 24 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 lEG 60072-1 Standards. Foot-Mounted Machines.5 14.

see IEC 60072-1.2 12.63 1.8 10.5 3.rsc SHAFT EXTENSION.5 3.5 85 90 95 100 106 116 11 11 12 12 14 14 14 14 16 16 F GE 9 9 10 10 GA MAX.5 6 7 7 7. Alternative shaft sizes are available. Table 4.1 8.2 1.5 7.25 14 18 31. check with the manufacturer.25 0.5 9 9 31 35 41 45 51. KEY AND KEYSEAT DIMENSIONS* CONTINUOUS DUTYAC MOTORS *Dimensions in millimeters KEY KEYSEAT D E F GD 7 9 11 16 20 23 2 3 4 2 3 4 2 3 4 1.5 59 64 69 74. Shaft Extension.5 79.8 4.5 21.8 2.7. 60 I .1 7. Keys and Keyways Dimensions.5 7.5 14 16 18 19 22 24 30 40 40 40 50 50 5 5 6 6 6 8 5 5 6 6 6 7 5 5 6 6 6 8 3 3 3.5 4 16 18 20.5 24. TORQUE (Nm) 0.5 50 90 125 200 355 450 630 800 1000 1250 1600 1900 2300 2800 4000 IEC 60072-1 Standards.5 27 28 32 38 42 48 55 60 80 80 110 110 110 7 8 8 8 9 10 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 110 140 140 140 140 170 170 170 170 210 210 8 10 10 12 14 16 18 18 20 20 22 22 25 25 28 28 8 10 10 12 14 16 18 18 20 20 22 22 25 25 28 28 4 5 5 5 5.25 2. For tolerances on dimensions.

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KEYSEAT DIMENSIONS*
FOOT-MOUNTED DC MACHINES

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... Dimensions in miUimeters
DRIVE END-BELT DRIVE

~

KEVSEAT
ES
MIN

FRAME
DESIGNATIONS

SHAFT EXTENSION
U
N-W
V
MIN

R

42
48
56
56H
142AT·1412AT
162AT-I 61OAT
182AT-I 81OAT
213AT-211 OAT
253AT-259AT
283AT-289AT
323AT-329AT
363AT-369AT
403AH09AT
443AH49AT
502AT-509AT
583A-588A
683A-6B8A

9.52
12.70
15.87
15.87
22.22
22.22
28.57
34.92
41.27
47.62
53.97
60.32
66.67
73.02
82.55
82.55
92.07

8.3
11.5
13.1
13.1
19.5
19.5
25.0
30.5
35.9
40.4
46.8
51.3
577
62.2
71.9
71.9
79.6

28
38
48
48
57
44

57
70
83
95
108
121
133
146
165
248
276

51
39
51
64
77
89
102
115
127
140
159
242
270

DRIVE END-DiRECT-CONNECTED DRIVE

S

Flal
Flat

36
36
24
24
36
46
58
65
77
90
103
116
135
211
243

4.80
4.80
4.80
4.80
6.35
7.95
9.55
12.70
12.70
15.90
15.90
19.05
19.05
19.05
22.25

SHAFT EXTENSION
N-W
V
U
MIN

9.52
12.70
15.87
1587

28
38
48
48

R

KEVSEAT
ES
S
MIN

8.3
11.5
13.1
13.1

END OPPOSITE DRIVE-5TRAIGHT
SHAFT EXTENSION
FU
FNFV
FW
MIN

140
159

62.2
71.9

KEVSEAT
FES
FS
MIN

Flat
Flat

36
36

4.80
4.80
15.87
15.87
22.22
28.57
34.92
41.27
47.62
53.97
60.32
66.67
73.02

73.02 146
82.55 165

FR

109
12B

32
32
44
57
70
83
95
108
121
133
146

26
26
39
51
64
77
89
102
115
127
140

13.1
17 4.80
13.1
17 4.80
19.5 24 480
25.0 36 6.35
30.5 46 7.95
35.9 58 9.55
40.4 65 12.70
46.8 77 1270
51.3 90 1590
57.7 103 15.90
62.2 116 19.05

19.05
19.05

Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003, 4.5.1, 4.5.2 and 4.5.3. Alldimensions are rounded off.For tolerances, see NEMA MG 1-2003, 4.9. (Note: Datain NEMA tablesisshownin inches.)

NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS·
FOOT-MOUNTED DC MACHINES

"Dimensions in millimeters
FRAME
A
MAX
DESIGNATIONS
42
48
56
56H
177
142AT
143AT
177
177
144AT
145AT
177
146AT
177
147AT
177
148AT
177
177
149AT
177
1410AT
177
1411AT
177
1412AT
203
162AT
203
163AT
203
164AT
203
165AT
166AT
203
167AT
203
168AT
203
203
169AT
1610AT
203
228
182AT
183AT
228
228
184AT
185AT
228
228
186AT
228
187AT
228
188AT
228
189AT
228
1810AT
266
213AT
266
214AT
215AT
266
216AT
266
217AT
266
218AT
266
266
219AT
266
2110AT
317
253AT
254AT
317
317
255AT
317
256AT
317
257AT
317
258AT
317
259AT
355
283AT
355
284AT
355
285AT

62

B
MAX

171
184
196
209
222
241
260
285
311
336
361
152
165
177
190
208
228
254
279
304
165
177
190
209
228
254
279
304
330
190
209
228
254
279
304
330
368
241
273
292
317
342
381
419
279
317
330

D
66
76
88
88
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
88.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
101.5
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
114.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
133.0
158.5
158.5
158.5
158.5
158.5
158.5
158.5
177.5
177.5
177.5

E
44.5
54.0
62.0
62.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
79.0
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
95.5
108.0
108.0
108.0
108.0
108.0
108.0
108.0
1080
127.0
127.0
127.0
127.0
127.0
127.0
127.0
139.5
139.5
139.5

2F
43
70
76
127
90
102
114
127
140
159
178
203
222
254
279
102
114
127
140
159
178
203
229
254
114
127
140
159
178
203
229
254
279
140
159
178
203
229
254
279
318
178
210
229
254
279
318
356
203
241
254

BA
52
64
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
89
89
89
89
89
89
89
89
lOB
108
108
108
108
108
108
121
121
121

Ht
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14

I

NEMA FRAME DIMENSIONS*
FOOT-MOUNTED DC MACHINES-CONTINUED
*Dimensionsin millimeters.
FRAME
DESIGNATIONS

I

286AT
287AT
288AT
289AT
323AT
324AT
325AT
326AT
327AT
328AT
329AT
363AT
364AT
365AT
366AT
367AT
368AT
369AT
403AT
404AT
405AT
406AT
407AT
408AT
409AT
443AT
444AT
445AT
446AT
447AT
448AT
449AT
502AT
503AT
504AT
505AT
506AT
507AT
508AT
509AT
583A
584A
585A
586A
587A
588A
683A
684A
685A
686A
687A
688A

A

MAX

355
355
355
355
406
406
406
406
406
406
406
457
457
457
457
457
457
457
508
508
508
508
508
508
508
558
558
558
558
558
558
558
635
635
635
635
635
635
635
635
736
736
736
736
736
736
863
863
863
863
863
863

B

MAX
355
393
431
482
317
355
368
393
444
495
546
355
387
412
457
508
558
609
381
412
450
508
558
609
660
419
469
520
558
609
660
736
444
482
533
584
635
685
762
838
533
584
635
685
762
838
635
685
762
838
939
1041

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BA

Ht

177.5
177.5
177.5
177.5
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
228
228
228
228
228
228
228
254
254
254
254
254
254
254
279
279
279
279
279
279
279
317
317
317
317
317
317
317
317
368
368
368
368
368
368
431
431
431
431
431
431

139.5
139.5
139.5
139.5
159.0
159.0
159.0
159.0
159.0
159.0
159.0
178.0
178.0
178.0
178.0
178.0
178.0
178.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
203.0
228.5
228.5
228.5
228.5
228.5
228.5
228.5
254.0
254.0
254.0
254.0
254.0
254.0
254.0
254.0
292.0
292.0
292.0
292.0
292.0
292.0
343.0
343.0
343.0
343.0
343.0
343.0

279
318
356
406
229
267
279
305
356
406
457
254
286
311
356
406
457
508
279
311
349
406
457
508
559
318
381
419
457
508
559
635
318
356
406
457
508
559
635
711
406
457
508
559
635
711
508
559
635
711
813
914

121
121
121
121
133
133
133
133
133
133
133
149
149
149
149
149
149
149
168
168
168
168
168
168
168
191
191
191
191
191
191
191
216
216
216
216
216
216
216
216
254
254
254
254
254
254
292
292
292
292
292
292

14
14
14
14
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
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31
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t Frames 42 to 56H,..mcluslve-the H dimension

IS WIdth of Slot. Frames 142ATto S8BA,
inclusive-theH dimension is Diameterof Hole. Reference andtolerances ondimensions:
NEMAMG 1-2003,4.5.1, 4.5.2_and 4.5.3 and 4.9. (Note: Data in NEMAtables is shown in
inches.) Alldimensions are rounded off.

63

5) 64 .: Note: The use of power capacitors for power factor correction on the load side of an electronic power supply connected to an induction motor is not recommended. and load characteristics as a function of speed to avoid potential overexcitation of the motor. This does not change the I COMBINATION current flowing through DISCONNECT-----+--f I I-MOTOR I I CONTROLLER motor overload protectors. Capacitors should be OVERLOAD : DEVICE-~I­ located at position No. plugging or jogging applications or open transition. If possible. harmonic reso­ nance. Be sure bus power factor is not increased above 95 percent under all loading conditions to avoid over excitation. Do not connect power factor correction capacitors at motor terminals on elevator motors. Corrective kVAR in excess of this value may cause over excitation that results in high transient voltages. auto-trans­ former starting and some part-winding start motors. FUSE Connection of capacitors I I I I at position NO.2 (see diagram). wye-delta. electronic power supply. P ----t. and capacitor overvoltage.3 requires a CONTACTOR----}: change of overload protec­ tors. 14.. multispeed motors. For such applications.POWERFACTOR IMPROVEMENT OF INDUCTION MOTOR LOADS When power factor correction capacitors are used. currents and torques that can increase safety hazards to personnel and possibly damage the motor or driven equipment. The proper application of such capacitors requires an analysis of the motor. 1 t..44. the total corrective kVAR on the load side of the motor controller should not exceed the value required to raise the no-load power factor to unity. J::_c:i---{ for applications listed in Paragraph 2 above. the drive manufacturer should be consulted. (NEMA MG 1-2003. 4 BUS r~-. capacitors should be located at posi­ tion NO.

183 0.484 0.052 0.395 0.266 1.593 0.583 0. PERCENT 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 99 DESIRED POWER FACTOR .317 0.209 0500 0.343 0.028 0.214 0.PERCENT 100 1.369 0.698 0.291 0.451 0.620 0.580 0.104 0.251 0.333 1.594 0.182 0.270 0.426 0.097 power factor.188 0.211 0.136 0.635 0.363 0.266 0.052 0.855 0.078 1. Capacitor kVAR 0.004 0.583).078 0.567 0.691 0.083 I 0.937 0.026 0.289 0.CAPACITOR KVAR RATING FOR POWER-FACTOR IMPROVEMENT CAPACITOR MULTIPLIERS FOR KILOWATT LOAD (To give capacitor kVAR required to improve power factor from original to desired value.388 0.802 0.026 0.162 0.) ORIGINAL POWER FACTOR.079 0.518 0.717 0.536 0.766 0.909 0.155 Example: Assume total plant 0.238 0.235 0.345 0.809 0.964 0.473 0.292 0.447 I 0.646 0.318 0.066 rating necessary to improve 0.138 1.105 0.240 0.109 0.458 0.456 0.020 0.3).214 0.724 0.344 0.516 0. 65 .292 0.480 0.400 0.713 1.127 load is 100 kW at 60 percent 0. see example below. which gives kVAR (58.143 95 90 85 80 0.672 0.264 0.329 0.159 0.156 0.395 0.Near­ est standard rating (60 kVAR) should be recommended.425 0.526 0.750 0.034 power factor to 80 percent is found by rnultiplyinq kW (100) by muitiplier in table (0.646 0.581 0.849 0.328 0.654 0.130 0.749 0.421 0.782 0.540 0.829 0.056 0.371 0.512 0.872 0.201 1.

5 3 3 5 7.5 10 7.5 10 15 25 30 50 50 100 100 200 400 200 300 600 450 900 1600 800 - - 10 20 40 75 150 - - - - 230V WYE-DELTA STARTING 460V 575V 200V 230V 460V 575V - - - - - 10 25 50 75 150 300 450 700 1300 15 40 75 150 350 600 900 1400 2600 - - - 10 20 40 60 150 300 500 750 1500 10 25 50 75 150 350 500 800 1500 15 40 75 150 300 700 1000 1500 3000 .5 1.5 10 25 40 75 150 - - PART·WINDING STARTING 230V 460V 575V 200V - - - 7.~ NEMA SIZE STARTERS FOR THREE-PHASE MOTORS MAXIMUM HORSEPOWER-THREE·PHASE MOTORS NEMA SIZE FULL VOLTAGE STARTING 200V 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 230V 460V 575V 2 1.5 25 10 15 25 30 50 40 50 100 75 100 200 200 400 150 300 600 450 900 800 1600 AUTOTRANSFORMER STARTING 200V - - 7.

Dusttight. Dusttight. Corrosion-Resistant-Indoor & Outdoor Dusttight. Sleet Resistant-Outdoor Dusttight. with Knockouts-Indoor Oiltight and Dusttight-Indoor 5 6 6P 12 12K 13 HAZARDOUS LOCATION STARTERS 7 8 9 10 Class I. Raintight. Sleet Resistant-indoor & Outdoor Watertight. Dripproof-Indoor Occasionally Submersible. Sleet Resistant-Prolonged Submersion­ Indoor & Outdoor Dusttight and Driptight-Indoor Dusttight and Driptight. C or 0 Hazardous Locations­ Indoor & Outdoor Class II. 67 . C or D Hazardous Locations-Indoor Class I.STARTER ENCLOSURES TYPE NEMA ENCLOSURE 1 2 3 3R 3S 4 4X General Purpose-Indoor Dripproof-Indoor Dusttight. Watertight. Reference: Information intheabove tables is based onNEMA 250-1997. Sleettight-Outdoor Raintight. Group A. Raintight. S. Group A. Sleettight-Outdoor Watertight. Sleet Resistant­ Indoor & Outdoor Watertight. Group E. S. F or G Hazardous Locations-Indoor Requirements of Mine Safety and Health Administration CONVERSION OF NEMATYPE NUMBERS TO IEC CLASSIFICATION DESIGNATIONS (Cannot beused toconvert iEC Classification Designations toNEMA Type Numbers) IEC ENCLOSURE NEMA ENCLOSURE CLASSIFICATION DESIGNATION TYPE NUMBER IP10 1 IP11 2 IP54 3 IP14 3R IP54 3S IP56 4 and4X IP52 5 IP67 6 and6P IP52 12and 12K IP54 13 Note: This comparison isbased ontests specified inlEG Publication 60529 (2001-02).

0 10. For example.18.55 3.3 .NEMA CODE LETIERS FOR AC MOTORS NEMA CODE LETTERS FOR LOCKED-ROTOR KVA The letter designations for locked-rotor kVA per horsepower as mea­ sured at full voltage and rated frequency are as follows.3.2 12.5 1-.1 7.0 D 4.0 P R .12. LEITER DESIGNATION KVA PER LEITER HORSEPOWER' DESIGNATION K A B C 0. 3.6.4 22.1 .4.0 16.& up V • Locked kVA per horsepower range includes the lower figure up to.7.0 18.0 .0 5.5 4.2.3 S 6.15 .0 9.14 is designated by letter A and 3.0 .11. 10.2 L M N 11. the higher figure.5 14.3.0 20.0 .55 . Reference: NEMA MG 1-2003.6 5.15 by letter B.0 .0 .22.5 G L STARTING KVA PER HORSEPOWER FOR AC MOTORS Starting kVA per hp = 68 Volts x Locked-Rotor Amps {1 for 10 1000 x hp x 1.20.10.16. CODE LETTERS USUALLY APPLIED TO RATINGS OF MOTORS NORMALLY STARTED ON FULL VOLTAGE CODE LETTERS F Horse­ power 3-phase 15 up l-phase - H J K 10-7.37.6 .0 .732for 30 .0 . but not lncludinq.5 .5 -14.0 -4.75 .0 .0 T U E F G H J KVA PER HORSEPOWER' 8.8.5 1 5 3 2-1.0 .9.5.4 .5 5 3 2-1.15 3.5.

Table 2-4-2. DERATING FACTORS FOR CONDUCTORS IN A CONDUIT (PAGES 70 . National Fire Protection Association.72) NUMBER OF CURRENT CARRYING CONDUCTORS PERCENT OF VALUES IN TABLES AS ADJUSTED FOR TEMPERATURE IF NECESSARY 4-6 7-9 10-20 21-30 31-40 41 & Above 80 70 50 45 40 35 Reprinted with permission from NFPA 70-2002. 69 .NEMA SIZE STARTERS FOR SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS SIZE OF CONTROLLER CONTINUOUS CURRENT RATING (AMPERES) 00 0 1 1P 2 3 9 18 27 36 45 90 HORSEPOWER AT AT 115V 230V '/3 1 2 3 3 7'12 1 2 3 5 7'12 15 Reference: NEMA ICS2-1993." copyright © 2002. National Electrical Code. Massachusetts 02269. Quincy.

XHH. THHW.41 -- f.XHH. FEPB.76 . National Electrical Code~ and NEO~ are registered trade marks Ofthe National Fire ProtectionAssociation. TEMP. ·C 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 61-70 71·80 ~g.87 .58 .88 .91 . MA02269.16 of the National Electrical COd~.82 .58 .00 .RHW-2.82 .91 .58 . 1. Forderating factors for moreconductors see Page 69. UF 75" C (167" F) TYPES RH.0B 1.33 - 1.XHHW. THW. Inc. THWN-2.41 AMB. RHH.00 .58 .76 71 .91 .00 94 .91 .71 . THHW. USE. 70 .41 1.33 - 1.67 5. THWN·2 THHW. THWN. 60· C (140· F) TYPES TW. USE·2.82 .SA.88 . AWG kcmil THW. RHW-2. XHHW·2. 2002.82 . IN RACEWAY OR CABLE OR EARTH (DIRECTLY BURIED) Based on ambient airtemperature of 300 C (860 Fl.71 .41 - 1. MI. USE·2.0B 1.05 1.00 96 .75 .ALLOWABLE AMPACITIES OF NOT MORE THAN THREE INSULATED CONDUCTORS RATED 0-2000 VOLTS.94 .04 1. XHHW.00 .RHW.THHN.RHW THHW.75 . SIZE TEMPERATURERATING OF CONDUCTOR 60~ C 75" C (140" F) (167' F) TYPES TYPES FEPW TW UF RH.'ZW-2 THW·2. 515.87 .71 .04 1.00 . THHN. TEMP. FEP.ZW-2 ALUMINUMOR COPPER·CLAD ALUMINUM COPPER 18 16 14 12 10 8 - 20 25 35 50 14 18 25 30 40 55 20 25 30 40 - - 6 4 3 2 1 - 20 25 30 20 30 40 35 45 12 10 8 55 70 85 95 110 65 85 100 115 130 75 95 110 130 150 40 55 65 75 85 50 65 75 90 100 60 75 85 100 115 6 4 3 2 1 110 210 310 4/0 125 145 165 195 150 175 200 230 170 195 225 260 100 115 130 150 120 135 155 180 135 150 175 205 110 210 310 4/0 250 300 350 400 500 215 240 260 280 320 255 285 310 335 380 290 320 350 380 430 170 190 210 225 260 205 230 250 270 310 230 255 280 305 350 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 750 800 900 355 385 400 410 435 420 460 475 490 520 475 520 535 555 585 285 310 320 330 355 340 375 385 395 425 385 420 435 450 480 600 700 750 800 900 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 455 495 520 545 560 545 590 625 650 665 615 665 705 735 750 375 405 435 455 470 445 485 520 545 560 500 545 585 615 630 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 -25 - AMPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS AMB. SIS.82 . THWN. XHHW.ZW 90· C (194" f) TYPES 185.67 58 . 60 0 T O 90° C (140~O 194° F). QUincy. SIZE 90· C (194° F) TYPES TBS.':~W~~~~~~E::6~~i~~~~~P~~~~~~T~ ~X~+6:~ffij~~ ~~Iow." F 70-77 78-86 87-95 96-104 105-113 114-122 123-131 132-140 141-158 159-176 The above table is based on Table 310.96 . RHH. .05 1. SA. USE AWG kernil XHHW.82 . XHHW-2.

ZW·2 AWG kcml1 XHHW·2.UF ·2.SA.91 .BB .41 - 1. RH.58 .88 .67 .ALLOWABLE AMPACITIES OF SINGLE INSULATED CONDUCTORS RATED 0-2000 VOLTS. Quincy. THHW. National Electrical Code'iJ and NECfIare registeredIrade marksof the National Fire ProtectionAssociation.75 .91 . RHH.RHW-2. XHHW. TEMP.82 .41 AMB.71 .08 1.94 .THHN.94 . THWN·2.76 .71 . THW ·2 USE-2.RHW THHW.04 1. THW-2.00 . TEMP. THWN. SIZE TEMPERATURE RATINGOF CONDUCTOR 60 0 C (140· F) TYPES TW.58 .OC ~~~:~W~:~~5~E::6~:i~~~~~Rp~~~~~?~T~ ~:~f8:~~t~~ ~~~ow.58 .91 . MA02269. AWG kcmll ~N.91 . THW-2.00 .58 . XHHW-2. THW. ZW 60· C TYPES ~~t:E~ (140' F) 75° C (167" F) TYPES TYPES TW.41 1.87 .67 .71 . Inc.82 . XHHW.67 .05 - - - 1.00 .41 1.UF 75' C (167" F) 90' C (194" F) TYPES FEPW.05 1.O F 70-77 78-86 87-95 96-104 105-113 114-122 123-131 132-140 141-158 159-176 The above table is based on Table 310.04 1. USE-2. 71 . SIS.96 .82 .17 of the National Electrical Code~.RHW.08 1.00 . SA.76 .71 .62 .XHHW.82 .B2 . 2002.00 .00 . XHH.96 . SIZE 90' C (194' F) TYPES T8S. THHW. IN FREEAIR Based on ambient airtemperature of 30° C (8BO F).ZW·2 ALUMINUMORCOPPER-cLADALUMINUM COPPER 18 16 14 12 10 8 - 30 35 50 70 18 24 35 40 55 80 25 30 40 60 - -- - -- 25 35 45 30 40 55 35 40 60 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 80 105 120 140 165 95 125 145 170 195 105 140 165 190 220 60 80 95 110 130 75 100 115 135 155 80 110 130 150 175 6 4 3 2 1 1/0 210 3/0 4/0 195 225 260 300 230 265 310 360 260 300 350 405 150 175 200 235 180 210 240 280 205 235 275 315 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 250 300 350 400 500 340 375 420 455 515 405 445 505 545 620 455 505 570 615 700 265 290 330 355 405 315 350 395 425 485 355 395 445 490 545 250 300 350 400 500 600 700 750 900 575 630 655 680 730 690 755 785 825 870 780 855 885 920 985 455 500 515 535 580 540 595 620 645 700 615 675 700 725 785 600 700 750 800 900 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 780 890 980 1070 1155 935 1065 1175 1280 1385 1055 1200 1325 1445 1560 625 710 795 875 960 750 855 950 1050 1150 845 960 1075 1185 1335 ~ BOO - - 1000 1250 1500 I ~65~ i AMPACITYCORRECTION FACTORS AMB.Forderating factors for moreconductors see Page69. 21-25 2&-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 61-70 71-80 1. TSS.XHH.33 - 1. RH. XHHW.33 1.58 .58 .75 .

71 .83 .67 . 244 273 30B 36' 169 198 227 260 1/0 210 310 4/0 1/0 210 310 410 AMPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS AMB.TFE ALUMINUM OR COPPER·CLAD ALUMINUM 14 12 10 8 34 43 55 76 36 45 60 83 39 54 73 93 30 44 57 - 14 '2 '0 8 6 4 3 2 1 96 120 143 160 '86 215 251 288 332 110 125 152 171 '97 229 260 297 346 117 148 166 191 215 75 94 109 124 145 6 4 3 2 .85 .80 .NationalElectrical CodefJ and NE~ are registeredtrade marksof the NationalFire ProtectionAssociation. MA02269. 150 0TO 250° C (302° FTO 482° F) IN RACEWW OR CABLE Basedonambient alrtemperanse of 40c C (1040 Fl.90 . Quincy.18 of the NationalElectricalCodefJ.58 49 .85 .35 .72 . TEMP. TEMP.74 . MULTIPLYTHE AMPACrTlESSHOWNABOVEBY THE APPROPRIATE FACTORSHOWNBELOW.87 .85 .90 .95 ." C 41·50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91~100 101-120 121-140 141-160 161-180 181-200 201-225 FORAMBIENTTEMPERATURES OTHERTHAN 40" C (104" F).93 .30 - - - .95 ." F 105-122 123-140 141-158 159-176 117-194 195-212 213-248 249-284 285-320 321-356 357-392 393-437 The abovetable is based on Table310.79 . Forderating tactors formoreconductors seePage69.ALLOWABLE AMPACITIES OF THREE SINGLE INSULATED CONDUCTORS RATED 0-2000 VOLTS. PFA rfPES TYPEZ COPPER NICKELOR NICKEL-COATED COPPER I AWG kcmil PFAH.90 . 2002.87 . FEPB.98 .35 -- .Inc.50 .95 .52 .30 ~ - AMB.94 90 .61 .74 . .97 .79 . SIZE AWG kcmil TEMPERATURE RATINGOF CONDUCTOR SiZE 150° C (302' F) 200" C (392' F) 250° C (482' F) 150" C (302' F) TYPEZ rfPES FEP.80 . 72 .85 .52 .67 .

FORAMBIENT TEMPERATURES OTHERTHAN40· C(104° Fl.85 .87 B3 .30 - - .72 .85 .' C AMPACITIESSHOWNABOVE BY THE APPROPRIATEFACTORSHOWNBELOW. SIZE 200· C (392 0 F) 250· C (482° F) 150° C (302° F) TVPEZ TYPES TYPES TYPEZ FEP. Inc.52 30 - -- 105-120 123-140 141-158 159-176 177-194 195-212 213-248 249·284 285-320 321-356 357·392 393-437 The above table is based on Table 310.98 .80 .90 .67 . MA 02269.19 of the NationalElectrical Cocev." F 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80 81-90 91-100 101-120 121-140 141-160 161-180 181-200 201-225 . MULTIPLY THE AMB.95 .52 .95 .90 . TEMP.74 .79 .58 .74 . TEMP.ALLOWABLE AMPACIl"IES FOR SINGLE INSULATED CONDUCTORS RATED 0-2000 VOLTS.67 .50 . IN FREE AIR Based on ambient air temperature of 40<1 C (104 <I F).97 .90 .93 . TFE 0 AWG kcmiJ SIZE TEMPERATURE RAnNG OF CONDUCTOR 150 C (302° F) AWG kcmll FEPB.61 .90 87 .79 .80 .35 .49 .35 - - . PFAH.94 .PFA COPPER NICKEL OR NICKEL·COATED COPPER ALUMINUM OR COPPER-CLAD ALUMINUM 14 12 10 8 46 60 80 106 54 68 90 124 59 78 107 142 47 63 83 - 14 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 155 190 214 255 293 165 220 252 293 344 205 278 327 381 440 112 148 170 198 228 6 4 3 2 1 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 339 390 451 529 399 467 546 629 532 591 708 830 263 305 351 411 1/0 2/0 3/0 4/0 AMPACITYCORRECTIONFACTORS AMB.95 .65 . 73 .2002.1500TO 250° C (3D2"T0 482° Fl. Quincy.71 .83 . NationalElectrical Codeeand NEC8are registeredtrade marks of the National Fire ProtectionAssocialion.

Design E or Design B Energy Elficient Synchronous AC WOUND-ROTOR DIRECT-CURRENT (CONSTANT VOLTAGE) Reference: Table 430. ." 2002.~ MOTOR PROTECTION DEVICES MAXIMUM RATING OR SETIING OF MOTOR BRANCH-CIRCUIT SHORT-CIRCUIT AND GROUND-FAULT PROTECTIVE DEVICES PERCENT OF FULL-LOAD CURRENT TYPE OF MOTOR AC SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS NONTIME DELAY FUSE DUAL ELEMENT (TIME-DELAY) FUSE INSTANTANEOUS TRIP BREAKER INVERSE TIME BREAKER 300 175 800 250 300 300 300 150 150 175 175 175 150 150 800 1100 800 800 250 250 250 250 150 150 AC THREE-PHASE MOTORS OTHER THAN WOUND-ROTOR AC SQUIRREL CAGE: Other thanDesign E or Design B Energy Elf.52. National Electrical Code.

2 36 9 6.8 25 21.6 3 16.25 8.8 7 48 12 72 18 10.6 18 36 22.15 29 5.2 3.2 4.3 7.2 217 54 72 41.4 3.72 2.25 43 10.7 2.8 2.6 9 15 41.83 5.5 7.1 21.44 .6 108 20.5 62 54 27 25 69 60 30 72 36 30 83 I 104 90 45 37.6 5.4 480 120 144 83 577 104 720 180 139 960 240 360 208 1440 480 277 1930 600 346 2400 694 4800 1200 1040 7200 1800 1386 9600 2400 For other kVA ratings or voltages: Amperes = kVAX1000 Volts x 1.4 24 6 3.4 7.732 75 I .5 312 180 150 416 360 542 271 225 625 720 360 300 830 600 1200 500 1390 722 1665 1443 600 1800 900 2080 750 2400 1200 2775 1000 1800 3600 1500 4150 4800 2400 2000 5550 2500 6950 6000 3000 6000 5000 13900 12000 9000 7500 20800 18000 10000 27750 24000 12000 600V 2400V 4160V .4 27 15.1 14.8 144 36 31.5 290 69.16 1.9 .FULL-LOAD CURRENTS THREE-PHASE TRANSFORMERS FULL-LOAD CURRENTIN AMPERES RATED VOLTAGE (LINE TO LINE) KVA RATING 208V 240V 480V 8.5 125 108 54 45 120 50 139 60 180 90 75 208 270 135 112.2 6 10.6 3.6 14.42 1.

5 1.1 3.5 4.7 62.3 12.8 31.83 3 5 7.8 7.7 4.FULL-LOAD CURRENTS SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMERS FULL-LOAD CURRENT IN AMPERES RATED VOLTAGE KVA RATING I 120V 20BV 240V 4BOV 600V 2400V 1 1.25 10.5 14.5 25 41.62 9.2 6.25 2.6 62.0 8.3 3.5 125 15.7 25 41.1 20.16 6.5 104 37.4 10 15 25 83.6 2.5 834 1042 1396 480 600 805 416 520 698 200 250 960 1200 1600 833 1040 333 1666 2080 2776 500 4170 2400 156 62.8 31.0 333 417 1388 416 520 694 555 83.4 24 36.3 12.6 5.2 1.2 52 16.8 31.7 2.5 16.3 104 139 2080 1040 835 208 For other kVA ratings or voltages: Amperes = 76 kVA x 1000 Volts .5 20.2 8.5 83.7 4.4 125 208 48 72 120 41.2 10.5 50 75 312 417 180 240 78 104 625 361 156 208 312 100 125 167.2 .1 12.2 208 260 349 167 208 279 41.2 6.1 3.4 15.5 2 8.42 .1 4.6 20.3 .0 70.6 52.

the small lighting load is connected across the transformer with the mid-tap and the ground wire common to both 120 volt circuits.TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS c: B PRIMARY 3-PHASE 3-WIRE HI H2 b :D. 3-PHASEPOWERLOAD c SECONDARY 3-PHASE 4. The dotted line indicates that the tank of transformer with single-phase load is grounded . B PRIMARY 3·PHASE 3-WI"'RE'----_ _r-_ _ --4 + _ /\ HI 3-PHASE POWERLOAD ==j:t=====4!:@j~~=~ SECONDARY 3-PHASE 4-WlAE 120/240-VOLT5 LIGHTINGLOAD OPEN-DELTA FOR LIGHTING AND POWERWhere the secondary ioad is a combination of sing ie-phase lighting and three-phase power. The useful capacity Ofthe open-delta bank is 87 percent ofthe capacity of the installed units when the transformers are identical. This connection requires special watt-hour metering and is not available from all utilities.wIRE 120/240-VDLT5 LIGHTINGLOAD DELTA·DELTA FOR LIGHTING AND POWERThis connection is often used to supply a small single-phase lighting load and three­ phase power load simultaneously. This connection is used when the single-phase lighting load is large as compared with the three-phase power load. As shown in the diagram. Thus. • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. the mid-tap of the secondary of one transformer is grounded. The capacity is 57 percent of a three transformer bank. Here two different size transformers may be used with the lighting load connected across the larger rated unit. the open-delta connected bank is frequently used. 77 I . The dotted line indicates that the tank of transformer with single-phase load is grounded. The single-phase lighting load reduces the available three-phase capacity.

TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS ------------.t...----c ~==T==::... • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. 78 . This connection is similar to the delta-delta bank with only the primary connections changed.-----c 3-WI~RE~::::::::::r::::::::~~...E H1 I a<J SECONDARY 3-PHASE 3-WIRE c WVE-DELTA FOR POWER' Often it is desirable to increase the voltage of a circuit from 2400 to 4160 volts to increase its potential capacity....*.. The primary neutral should not be grounded or tied into the system neutral since a single-phase ground fault may resuit in extensive blowing of fuses fhroughout the system.... The primary neutral should not be grounded or tied into the system neutral.. Thisconnection requires speciaiwatt-hour metering. The single-phase load reduces the available three­ phase capacity...­ __ a<J c 3-PHASE 4-WIRE 120/240-VDl T8 LIGHTINGLOAD WVE-DELTA FOR LIGHTING AND POWER' This diagram shows the connections for the wye-delta bank to supply both light and power.S..~=AB 3-PHASE PRIMARY 3-WI!2. PRIMARY 3-PHASE -------------... The dotted line indicates that the tank of transformer with single-phase load is grounded..~:~:~.. since a single-phase ground fault may result in extensive blowing of fuses throughout the system.~.. The previously delta-connected distribution transformer primaries are now connected from iine to neutral. so that no major change in equipment is necessary...~::=BA B C H2 H1 ~...~...""""'''''..ER LOAD A A +_+__1-­_ _--. This diagram shows such a system after it has been changed to 4160 volts.

Thus. and banks may be paralled if desired. while the three-phase loads are connected to the phase wires.. 79 . resulting in unbalanced primary currents in anyone bank. so that telephone interference may be expected if the neutral is connected to ground. To eliminate this difficulty. 8 3-W'R~E~=~F=:::.TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS PRIMARY 3·PHASE . the delta-wye system finds many uses.~:=::=.. PRIMARY 3-PHASE 3-W'R". service may be maintained at reduced load as shown. The useful capacity of the open wye-delta bank is 87 percent of the capacity of the installed transformers when the two units are identical. the single-phase load can be balanced on three phases in each bank. • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. The neutral in this case must be connected to the neutral of the stepup bank through a copper conductor. The capacity is 57 percent of a three transformer bank..E'-_1~~==. electro­ statically and electro-magnetically. H1 __ H2 SECONDARY 3-PHASE 4-WIRE NEUTRAL DELTA-WYE FOR LIGHTING AND POWER" In the previous banks the single-phase lighting load is all on one phase. The system is unbalanced. Dotted lines indicate that fhe transformer tanks are grounded .~1~c~=== NEUTRAL H1 H2 I SECONDARY 3-PHASE 3-WIRE OPENWYE·DELTA " When operating wye-delta and one phase is disabled. and the single-phase loads are connected between the different phase wires and the neutral. Here the neutral of the secondary three-phase system is grounded.:=~~§j:.

l.. "the transformer neutral is connected to ground. • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate.-_+ --. it is necessary that the neutral of the autotransformer bank be connected to the system neutral. The previously delta-connected distribution transformers are now connected from line to neutral. the primary neutral is connected to the neutral of the supply voltage through a metallic conductor and carried with the phase conductor to minimize telephone interference. There is also a possibility of resonance between the line capacitance to ground and the magnetizing impedance of the transformer. The secondaries are connected in wye.RE. In this system.. B a ~b A~C NEUTRAL ~-::~~A~.RE~_"""' -t-' f­ H1 I H2 SECONDARY 3-PHASE 4·WIRE NEUTRAL WYE·WYE FOR LIGHTING AND POWER' This diagram shows a system on which the primary voltage was increased from 2400 volts to 4160 volts to increase the potential capacity of the system. FOUR·WIRE SYSTEM' When the ratio oftransformation from the primary to secondary voltage is small.A ~-:~:::L 4"WI".TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS PRIMARY .­ _ WYE-WYE AUTOTRANSFORMERS FOR SUPPLYING POWER FROMA THREE·PHASE. an unstable condition results althe transformer neutral caused primarily by third harmonicyoltages..=====+====. the possiblity of telephone interference is greatly enhanced. 80 . For this application. the most economical way of stepping down the voltage is by using autotransformers as shown. If the neutral 01the transformer is isolated from the system neutral. Branch circuits shall not be supplied by autotransformers.=======. DOlled lines indicate that transformer tanks are grounded.

H3 - - Xl. X2. H2. H2. H3 - - xi. 81 I .1 Phase CONNECT PRIMARY LINES TO CONNECT SECONDARY LINES TO Hl.X40r X2.TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL DRY-TYPE TRANSFORMERS PRIMARY: 480 VOLTS DELTA SECONDARY: 208 VOLTS WYE/120 VOLTS· H3 X3 PRIMARY VOLTS 480 Delta SECONDARY VOLTS 208 Wye 120. X2. XO or X3. XO PRIMARY: 480 VOLTS DELTA SECONDARY: 240 VOLTS DELTAl120 VOLTS' H3 X3 PRIMARY VOLTS I 480 Delta SECONDARY VOLTS 240 Delta 120. X3 I Xl.1 Phase CONNECT~ CONNECT PRIMARY LINES TO SECONDARY LINES TO H'l . X3 Xl.X4 - I • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. XO or X2.

2 C TRANSFORMER NO.4 WIRE B TRANSFORMER NO. B B A TRANSFORMER NO.a The secondary of one phase is connected in a series with the primary of another phase. thus changing the phase angle. • It Is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. 82 . 3 WIRE I 2T7V. C POINT A.1 SINGLE· PHASE.TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS ZIG-ZAG CONNECTION' Normally a 480 volV240 volt transformer is used to make this connection for 277 volt lighting loads. BORCTO NEUTRAL YIELDS A INPUT 480V. THREE­ PHASE.

This connection is used where the load is comparatively small and the length of the secondary circuit is short. II is often used for a single customer.TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICAL SINGLE-PHASE OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS PRIMARY Hl SUPPLY 120-VOLT LIGHTING LOAD· The transformer is connected between high voltage line and load with the 120/240­ volt winding connected in parallel. The dotted line indicates that the tank is grounded. making it possible to serve both 120· and zao-von loads simultaneously. The dotted line indicates that the tank is grounded. This connection is used in most urban distribution circuits. 83 I . 'l< It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. SUPPLY 120/240-3 WIRE LIGHTING AND POWER LOAD* Here the 120/240-volt winding is connected in series and the mid-point brought out.

DRY-TYPE TRANSFORMERS PRIMARY: 240/480 VOLTS SECONDARY: 120/240 VOLTS· H1 I X4 CONNECT PRIMARY PRIMARY VOLTS LINES TO H4 H3 H2 X2X3 ~ CONNECT SECONDARY INTERCONNECT LINES TO 480 H1-H4 H2 240 H1-H3 & H2-H4 - to H3 - SECONDARY VOLTS 240 - X2 120/240 - X2 to X3 to X3 120 - X1 X2 to X3 to X4 X1-X4 X1-X3X2-X4 X1X3-X2X4 • It is recommended that all transformers be connected as shown on the manufacturer's nameplate. 84 .TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS TYPICALSINGLE-PHASE.

~ camoce 85 .~:~ LOW CURRENT SCR TRIAC 1?anode~ I i:J ~::1 anode POWER-TAB SCR ~ gate chamfer cathode gate anode anode LIGHT ACTIVATED SCR ZENER & SIGNAL DIODE ~a~:ode~.SEMICONDUCTORS AND TRANSISTORS SYMBOLS AND CONNECTIONS ~nod~1 SILICON MEDIUM­ CURRENT RECTIFIER ~lhodJ ~.

SEMICONDUCTORS AND TRANSISTORS SYMBOLS AND CONNECTIONS-CONTINUED DIAC W -------0=0---­ (no polarity) MOV I NPN TRANSISTOR ~14111 ~(i ~B\Q cB .(1 E SILICON UNIJUNCTION TRANSISTOR E lab & collector C B PNP TRANSISTOR E .L...~ NPN TRANSISTOR E C B g:Q ch:m'er E 86 E .-6.

Resistors with colored bodies are composition insulated. non-insulated.RESISTOR COLOR CODES RESISTOR COLOR CODE COLOR 1ST & 2ND SIGNIFICANT FIGURES MULTIPLIER Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Violet Gray White Gold Silver No Color 0 1 2 3 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000 1000000 10000000 100000000 4 5 6 7 8 9 TOLERANCE 0. 87 .1 0. Wire-wound resistors have a double width color band for the ~stdigit.01 ±1% ±2% ±3% ±4% I ±5% ±10% ±20% RESISTOR COLOR BAND SYSTEM Multiplier Tolerance 2nd Significant Figure tst Significant Figure Various special characteristics may be denoted by a fifth color band in various positions along the resistor body. Resistors with blackbody color are composition.

01 (EIA) ±1/2% (EIA) ±10% 1000 (EIA) 'Denotes specifications of design involving Q factors. .1 0. and production test requirements.&l CAPACITOR COLOR CODES MICA CAPACITOR COLOR CODE COLOR Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple Gray White Gold Silver CAPACITANCE 1ST & 2ND CHARAC­ SIGNIFICANT CAPACITANCE MULTIPLIER TOLERANCE TERISTIC* FIGURES A (EIA) B C D E F 0 1 2 3 4 1 10 100 1000 10000 (EIA) ±20% (EtA) ±1 % ±2% OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE -55 0 to +70 0 C (MIL) 100 (EIA) -55 0 to +85' C 300 -55 0 to +125 0 C ±5% 5 DC WORKING VOLTAGE 500 -55 0 to +150 0 C (MIL) 6 7 8 9 0. temperature coefficients.

TEMPERATURE CLASSIFICATION OF INSULATION SYSTEMS INSULATIONSYSTEMS* Class A Class 105 Class E** Class 120 Class B Class 130 Class F Class 155 Class H Class 180 Class N Class 200 TEMPERATURE CLASSIFICATION 221 0 F 105 0 C 120 0 C 248 0 F 1300 C 266 0 F 155 0 C 311 0 F 180 0 C 356 0 F 200 0 C 392 0 F . the temperature classification of the system. THERMOCOUPLE JUNCTION TYPES JUNCTIONTYPE THERMOCOUPLE MATERIALS E CHROMEL-CONSTANTAN J IRON-CONSTANTAN K CHROMEL-ALUMEL T COPPER-CONSTANTAN 89 . The temperature classification indicates the maximum (hot-spot) temperature at which the insulation system can be operated for normal expected service life.00@25' C . IEEE Std. all materials used in a given insulation system should be rated for temperatures equal to. or exceeding. RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DECTECTORS (RTDs) CHARACTERISTIC TCR(WWO C)* COPPER 10.. TeR is the temperature coeffICient of resistance. The numerical value relates to the temperature classification of the insulation system. In general. 117.00385 NICKEL 1200@0'C . Used in European equipment.. .00672 METAL * . Insulation systems are arranged in order of their insulation level and classified by a letter symbol or by a numerical value.00427 PLATINUM 1000@O'C .

65 20.373 646.811 6.0453 .01 22.0508 .0539 .5 13 13.0226 .0 143.37 12.61 20.363 10.40 90.8 7.21 .782 2.594 'Beslstance values based on copper of 100% conductivity a120° C (68 F) Reference:NEMA 0 MW JO()().DIMENSIONS.70 .984 OHMS PER LB 11.5 10 10.121 .8892 .20 18.001 2.502 .212 5.2 203.87 17.570 4.03178 .5 16 16.69 13.6281 .5 22 22.7 20.43 28.250 .0201 511 454 404 1.8 728.-2003 Tables 1-1.3223 15.5 .0571 4110 3660 3260 12.869 80.2 89.223 9.1275 .1362 23380 20820 18550 70.1819 .794 7.2030 .181 .4 3.761 2.3952 .4 5054 5.1080 .0480 2910 2580 2300 8.3135 .06382 08039 .5 .0285 1020 912 812 3.31 2286 25.54 39.119 5.02518 .7 11.75 63. 90 .13 15.16 45.08 9.299 185 19 .62 15.1443 .007902 .1612 14 14.82 35.047 9.916 161.5 7 7.589 .44 6.3518 .18 19.5145 .13 16.5 20 20.006269 .66 1.386 .5 FTPER LB DC RESISTANCE' OHMS PER 1000 FT 12.100 2.938 1.268 4.1620 33090 29480 26240 100.0 181.5 15 .5 24 .019 4.459 322.96 56.519 4.2 406.98 44.4059 .544 8.16 6.261 1.1-2 and 1-3.90 22.73 71.4981 2.01583 I .26 101.025 1.1019 .371 228.9988 1.13 362. WEIGHT AND RESISTANCE OF SOLID ROUND COPPER WIRE-AWG SIZE DIAMETER AWG (INCHES) NOMINAL BARE WIRE CIR.193 21.01 28.81 .0679 5820 5180 4610 17.5 9 .5 12 .6454 17 17.3 2.4436 .009957 49.45 25.003130 003942 .05063 .50 23 23.1213 .59 .688 6.1 578.44 11.415 1.02000 3531 31.6 10.7049 .0339 1440 1290 4.01257 .1144 16510 14710 13090 9.0641 .0605 .60 1.974 113.99 1.063 19.4 14.1285 .2557 .834 3.3 287.03 56.004975 14.5 8. MILS AREA BARE WIRE WEIGHT LBSPER 1000 FT 5 55 6 .67 13.546 1.0427 .479 256.0962 11660 10380 9250 11 11.901 1150 3.0808 12.1529 .2 817.15 8 8.031 1.5 21 .7 128.5 .0239 724 640 571 2190 456.77 3.0269 .0320 .182 3.8136 1.7925 .76 40.77 63.5 516.729 1.0302 .0763 0720 .0380 0359 .0213 .5591 .24 79.0907 .5 18 .524 2.33 16.1011 .0856 .04001 8230 7330 6530 24.09 50.643 2.0403 2050 1820 1620 6.1717 .5 .0253 .24 .32 31.

02 46.0056 50.4 92.2732 .3401 3027 2587 2940 3304 81.093 .37 1157 36.0134 .1 30.5435 .0150 .1937 4171 33 34 35 .0113 0106 .4 39.09493 .0142 253 225 202 27.7 342.9 130.5 25 25.22 210.9 170.1201 .5 6553 8324 10530 2057 261.7652 6811 6104 1307 1468 1638 41.1526 .4286 1840 2081 2333 57.7 3660 1348 2175 3484 'Resistancevaluesbasedon copperof 100% conductivity at 20° C (68 0 F).27 LB OHMS PER 1000 FT OHMS PER LB 24.61 67.1 836.0080 903 792 64.138 84. WEIGHT AND RESISTANCE OF SOLID ROUND COPPER WIRE-AWG SIZE DIAMETER AWG (INCHES) NOMINAL BARE WIRE CIR.0089 .0159 .6 5162 114.31 26. MILS AREA BARE WIRE WEIGHT DC RESISTANCE' LBSPER 1000 FT FTPER 361 320 286 1.5 31 32 0095 .8645 915.5 30 .5 .31 271.DIMENSIONS. Reference: NEMA MW 1000.0119 180 159 142 .0179 26 26.24 106.0126 .9699 . 91 .9 29 29.5 . 1-2 and 1-3.00 .7 .76 6533 73.1 1031 28.2398 .5 27 .5 28 28.3 135.0071 0063 .0190 .10 51.37 42.44 53.9 1621 420.0169 31.7 546.4 103.73 32.0 .0100 128 112 100 .29 33.3865 .4806 .-2003 Tables 1-1.3 330.

835 2.0520 .1870 22.927 *Resistance values based oncopper of100%conductivity at 20° C (680 92 1.069 6.775 7.545 5600 5020 4480 25.721 43530 38750 34970 196.595 1.60 14.212 2.600 .90 55.670 .91 9.045 27.771 48.64 38.372 Fl.8780 .0709 .0591 .0669 2.257 87180 78130 69570 392.4 126.636 .69 11.4 219.884 5.1476 .3902 .54 6.656 5.87 15.515 4.500 1.374 10880 9690 8630 49.7814 .120 2.5 .488 1.0787 3.DIMENSIONS.2362 .0335 .592 35.30 3.215 1.909 4.750 .142 7780 6970 6200 35.1575 15.700 .650 2.0280 .38 .439 2.375 4.0630 .080 6.250 4.0 .722 12.062 19.17 10.530 3.0354 .950 .30 39.000 .941 8.2205 31.898 8.4890 6.2480 .36 1.1319 11.4 .270 6.011 1.1102 2.793 7.274 24.800 .710 .03 31.03 43.756 17.750 .785 1940 1740 1550 7.045 9.0929 5.1 251.32 .767 1.630 61510 55800 48600 277.1673 .882 .300 5.95 .566 31380 27990 24800 141.84 54.700 .179 39.742 1.6 157.150 3.227 2700 2420 1.758 3.000 5.2087 .567 1400 .0374 6.1772 .750 3.539 3970 3490 3040 17.2638 44.0492 .134 2.982 21.814 21790 19530 17390 98.1969 .845 19.320 1.900 .561 1.512 2.850 1260 1120 5.126 3.10 30.000 2.0984 .350 .100 6.158 15370 13950 12150 69.500 7.0441 .89 3.368 1.550 3.18 8.301 24.300 6.240 2.353 .93 4.396 992 872 781 4.900 1.800 1.7 352.9729 4. MILS WEIGHT DC RESISTANCE' KGIKM OHMSIKM 7.50 .0248 .2795 .1043 .0417 1.71 13.0551 2.000 .99 78.520 43.800 1.120 1.094 2160 12.6097 .1181 1.941 3.4354 .000 4.800 .084 1.5530 .62 2.503 .0835 .0264 .0 313.0748 .7 3.709 .1 174.54 .630 .400 .060 .180 .800 2.985 .0882 .76 .186 12.635 17.0465 1.02 3. WEIGHT AND RESISTANCE OF SOLID ROUND COPPER WIRE-METRIC Nominal Data DIAMETER MM INCHES AREA SQUARE MM CIR.2953 .442 .21 22.312 696 615 3.1240 7.74 20.500 2.469 34.0295 .05 15.000 .1 111.173 28.500 4.20 1.28 .360 .574 9.38 27.19 87.904 14.956 3.250 1.0315 .1398 .0394 62. .6999 5.

00567 .0'10 .3889 3503 .80 1.00882 216 19.0437 .5 248 218 195 1.0042 .5474 .0707 .575 1.056 .190 .03134 .9 394.8 2521 .475 .1091 1120 1260 1405 .00312 6.7 .1 174.0137 .0044 .375 355 .00985 .01S7 .0284 .4 .4 17.05656 2432 11.06982 .118 .0491 122 109 96.0881 .265 .150 .0154 30.0177 .0254 50.280 .1369 .2 243.09722 .DIMENSIONS.58 4.4 9756 .0104 .15 .! KG/KM INCHES .0025 .5 488.0033 .514 60.600 .2 I .07845 1576 1750 1954 .0098 .00283 .0083 .29 108.159 .0 .142 350 314 280 .0779 .2 .3 77.00221 .053 .0314 62.35 388 02514 .9 .00503 .6284 56.300 .177 .0046 .03520 .0049 .125 .200 .117 .224 .81 .03927 2195 2710 3038 3430 3902 "Resistance values based on copper of 100% conductivity at 20° C (68 0 F).0 12.6 351.160 .0132 .08758 .0024 .0022 .0616 .7 349 .0148 0140 .126 .106 .0236 .0030 .00442 .99 78.261 97.0059 .04469 .1787 .0067 .5 14.00246 . MILS 1.132 .4 121.0039 .0157 .067 063 .0055 .3138 437.9819 137.0990 .236 .180 .560 .112 .00396 .86 4.i1G .02190 01961 .050 .6928 .400 .140 .2 0093 0088 .0 .14 87. 93 . WEIGHT AND RESISTANCE OF SOLID ROUND COPPER WIRE-METRIC NominalData DIAMETER AREA DC RESISTANCE'I OHMS/KM 558 2.72 .00353 7.1571 .02771 4354 4890 5530 .96 6.0177 39.450 .0201 .6 .0035 .4 .05045 .414 1.6 221.01746 6097 6999 7814 8780 .335 .5 857.085 .090 .500 SQUARE MM WEIGHT MM CIR.2262 608.0 312.425 0187 .0028 .212 .0075 0071 .7836 .92 8.100 .0 I 195.221 .0021 .97 486 435 388 2.0118 .1217 24.530 .0552 .8799 .0063 .0020 .00636 15.0353 86.2018 .095 .0026 .2 .060 .283 .0 677.0052 .071 170 .8 .8 69.196 .0197 246 .0209 .1 2793 548.0227 44.190 1.00196 5.0037 .4903 4364 280.00785 00709 .315 .0079 .080 075 .2 156.250 .06301 .0394 .961 .5 759.746 I 69.0109 .4 .0124 .0123 27.2 174 154 140 .0220 .0031 9.

67 0.86 0. C) W/CM' C 2.83 8.259 0.71 TEMP.3223 0.17 8. COEFF.5 11.006 ±0.0043 0.0975 0..15 075 14.004 0.8 • 6.0975 0.322 0.85 9.4 29.34 1.47 8.50 7.0 106.80 4.317 0.08 1.0038 0.21 3.9 16. 45 Ni) Copper-annealed (lACS) -hard drawn Gold Inconel (76 Ni..8 14. 10 Zn) Cadmium-pure Chromium Cobalt Constantan (55 Cu.321 0.91 19.2 11.46 0.1 9.0042 0.306 0.312 0.69 0.35 98.6 11.284 THERMAL THERMAL EXPANSION CONDo 20' C NEAR 20' C (X 10.4 3. C 660 657 1277 271 930 1045 321 1875 1495 1290 1083 1083 1063 1425 1536 .003 0.00002 0.77 8.6973 0.3 18. 35 Zn) Bronze.96 0.307 0.6 23.2 13.89 8.80 8.002 0.9 6. OF RESISTANCE/' C NEAR 20' C 0.92 0.24 50. 8 Fe) Iron-pure RESISTIVITY 10" OHM·CM NEAR 20' C 2.64 7.8 - 2.0 6.0065 DENSITY KG/(OM)' LBSIIN' 2.0019 0.0039 0.83 • 13.8 - MELTING POINT. (0 PROPERTIES OF METALS AND ALLOYS MATERIAL Aluminum-pure -conductor Beryllium Bismuth Brass.92 8.17 1.91 23.30 8.8 6..3 20. yellow (65 Cu.70 2. commercial (90 cu.319 0.88 0.004 0.6 / . .65 2.0 1.724 1.354 0. 16 Cr.776 2.000001 0..6 13.0668 0.70 1.22 2.

006 0.16 0.14 6.0045 4.69 1.5 197 7.163 0.6 7-14 1670 3410 1132 0.35 1.4 4.51 19.303 1.74 10.92 0.00393 0..0 5.58 327 650 -39 2610 1325 1400 1450 1552 1000 419 1852 .8 0.317 0.5 10.0034 0.86 7.3685 0.063 0.5 C.41 1. <0 73 57 12.0 23.Lead Magnesium Mercury Molybdenum Monel (67 Ni.0001 10.0841 0.65 4.33 10.6973 0.stainless.134 0.5 0.0023 0.0037 0.005 0.284 0.286 0.319 0.234 0.89 12.410 0.0 Titanium Tungsten Uranium Zirconium (}l 7-12 50 72 "ohm'cm 0.75 7.0046 - 1.0041 - 0.89 7.263 0.64 105 .0 >1400 >1480 232 0.0 13.45 96.08 29.stainless.0 Platinum Silicon Siiver 10. 30 Cu) Nichrome (80 Ni.28 0.8 17.59 Steel-carbon (4 .276 0.8 11. Bal.9 14.775 0.7 48. 410 Tin 42.61 0. Fe) Steel-silicon (3 Si.0 "At 0" C.91 0.15 110 12.0 170 1769 1420 961 1480 1475 >1400 7.18 0.45 2. 1.1 0.65 30.3793 0.376 0.53 0.4 Ni) Palladium Phosphor-Bronze (95 Cu. 347 Steel .3 11.77 21.0 5.50 0.0 9.20 8.321 0.64 7.3 27.3 11.0 13.71 4.280 0.27 8.70 0.39 0.18 8.0037 8.83 8.0009 11.48 0.26 0. 5 Sn) 20.0 0.63 16..41 0.005 0.10 0.258 0.21 - 33.42 0.2 108.67 0.stainless.35 1.435 0.25 4.24 0.285 0.0044 7.30 18.9 2.683 0. BaL Fe) Steel . 304 Steei .0 Zinc 5. 20 en Nickel (99.04 8.92 40.0042 0.

The index is calculated from measurements of the winding insulation resistance. Proceed by applying either 500 or 1000 volts DC between the wind­ ing and ground using a direct-indicating.0. remove all external con­ nections to the machine and completely discharge the windings to the grounded machine frame. The voltage is applied for 10 minutes and kept constant for the duration of the test. • Suitability for operation. In such cases. If the one-minute insulation resistance is above 5000 megohms. For machines rated 500 volts and over. the calculated P-I may not be meaningful. measured consecu­ tively. the P-I may be disregarded as a measure of winding condition. (See IEEE43-2000.0 is not uncommon. The polarization index is calculated as the ratio of the 1O-minute to the 1-minute value of the insulation resistance. Machines having windings with a lower index are less likely to be suited for operation. In modern insulation systems. • Fitness for overpotential tests. power-driven megohmmeter.DETERMINING THE POLARIZATION INDEX OF MACHINE WINDINGS Knowing the polarization index of a motor or generator can be use­ ful in appraising the fitness of the machine for service. 12. the higher value is used. The procedure for determining the polarization index is covered in detail by IEEE 43-2000. • Gradual deterioration of the insulation (by comparing results of tests made earlier on the same machine). Polarization Index = Resistance after 10 minutes Resistance after 1 minute The recommended minimum value of polarization index for AC and DC motors and generators is 2. CAUTION: Before proceeding with this test the winding must be discharged against the frame. Before measuring the insulation resistance.2.) The polarization index is useful in evaluating windings for: • Buildup of dirt or moisture. 96 .2.2. a P-I value of 1.

50000 12.42188 9.891 0.256 18.87500 21.606 0.128 9.700 1/1 7/16 15/32 61/64 DECIMAL mm 0.79688 0.28125 6.859 18.953 025000 0.43750 0.90625 0.09375 1.67188 0.669 17.144 0.26562 0.541 7.59375 14.350 6.48438 0.60938 0.034 0.397 0.494 13.07812 0.288 14.159 5.31250 0.15625 0.556 5.366 4.572 0.638 21.95312 0.23438 5.51562 0.684 15.92188 22.05 19.06250 0.78125 19.653 0.906 31/32 ~31/64 1/2 0.175 3.56250 0.747 7.113 11.478 15.39062 0.731 9.65625 0.01562 0.68750 16.82812 20.509 11.14062 2.984 2.081 0.381 0.54688 13.447 19.21875 0.COMMON FRACTIONS OF AN INCH DECIMAL AND METRIC EQUIVALENTS FRACTION 1/64 1/32 3/64 1/16 5/64 3/32 7/64 1/8 9/64 5/32 11/64 3/16 13/64 7/32 15/64 1/4 17/64 9/32 19/64 5/16 21/64 11/32 23/64 3/8 25/64 13/32 27/64 DECIMAL mm 0.241 20.35938 0.525 0.45312 0.716 FRACTION 33/64 17/32 35/64 9/16 37/64 19/32 39/64 5/8 41/64 21/32 43/64 11/16 45/64 23/32 47/64 3/4 49/64 25/32 51/64 13/16 53/64 27/32 55/64 7/8 57/64 29/32 59/64 15/16 29/64 0.20312 0.00000 25.622 23.319 10.003 25.10938 0.066 17.969 4.40625 0.588 1.813 24.46875 11.03125 0.938 8.272 0.17188 0.778 3.431 21.64062 15.37500 8.73438 17.71875 0.70312 0.875 16.463 0.57812 0.844 0.04688 0.922 10.400 .96875 23.53125 0.32812 7.191 0.75000 0.62500 0.828 22.18750 3.29688 0.81250 0.794 1. 63/64 97 .34375 0.303 12.89062 0.85938 0.84375 0.763 0.416 093750 0.019 23.209 24.98438 1.12500 0.334 0.097 13.76562 0.225 0.

65 x kVAR (Volts)' = VoltS/Ohms(I =E/R) = Amperes x Ohms (E =IR) .732 x E x I x PF Input watts -E-x-I- Input watts 1.732 x Volts x Amperes Volts x Amperes x Powerfactor 1.732 x E x I x EFF x PF 746 746 746 x hp 746 x hp 746 x hp E x EFF E x EFF x PF 1.732 x Volts x Powerfactor Volts x Amperes 1.USEFUL FORMULAS FORMULAS FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS DIRECT CURRENT TO FIND Horsepower E x I x EFF 746 Current 1.732 x Volts x Amperes x Powerfactor OHMS LAW CAPACITANCE IN MICROFARADS AT 60 HZ Ohms = Volts/Amperes (R =Ell) Amperes Volts 98 Capacitance = 2650 x Amperes Volts Capacitance = 2.732 x E x I 746 x hp -E-x-I­ Efficiency Power Factor THREE PHASE SINGLE PHASE E x I x EFF x PF -­ I PF E = Volts EFF Efficiency (decimal) = Horsepower hp = Amperes = Power factor (decimal) FORMULAS FOR ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS DIRECT CURRENT TO FIND Watts Amperes VOiiS VoltAmperes - Watts Volts x Amperes SINGLE PHASE Watts Volts x Power lactor THREE PHASE Watts 1.732 x E x EFF x PF 746 x hp EXTXPF 746 x hp 1.

ft) 2) J(kg' m x Speed change (rpm) 9.5 ft·lb per hp per pole pair at 60 Hz Full-load torque = 3.2 N'm per kilowatt per pole pair at 50 hZ TIME FOR MOTOR TO REACH OPERATING SPEED Seconds Seconds = = 2(lb' 2 Wk ft ) x Speed change (rpm) 308 x Avg. Average accelerating torque Where: BOT FLT LRT = 1 lb.USEFUL FORMULAS TEMPERATURE CORRECTION OF WINDING RESISTANCE (K + T cl Rc • Resistance at temperature Tc(Ohms) VALUE OF K (K + T H) Material K (K + T H) Aluminum 225 (K + T cl Copper 234.5 RH =Resistance at temperature TH(Ohms) To = Temperature of cold winding (' C) = Temperature of hot TH winding (' C) MOTOR APPLICATION FORMULAS OUTPUT Horsepower = Torque (Ib·ft) x rpm 5252 Kilowatts Torque (Ib·ft) = Horsepower x 5252 rpm Torque (Nrn) Torque (N'm) x rpm 9550 = Kilowatts x 9550 rpm For approximation. accelerating torque (N· m) I rti f t Inertia of load x Load rpm Wk 2 } J = ne ra 0 ro or + Motor rpm 2 . accelerating torque (lb.ft2 2 [(FLT + BOT)/21 + BOT + LRT 3 Breakdown torque Full-load torque Locked-rotor torque 99 .73 lb. use: Full-load torque = 1.04214 kg. m2 2 1 kg· m = 23.ft2 = .55 x Avg.

96 x 10' rpm x 0 3 Load Wk 2 (at motor shaft) = Wk 2 (load) x Loa rpm Motor rpm 2d 2 Where: o hp kg/mm 2 100 Shaft diameter (in or mm) psi Motor output rpm Kilograms per square millimeter kW Pounds per square inch Revolutions per minute Motor output .USEFUL FORMULAS MOTOR APPLICATION FORMULA5-CONTINUED SPEED-AC MACHINERY 120 x Frequency (Hz) Number of poles Synchronous rpm Synchronous rpm .Full-load rpm Synchronous rpm Percent slip x 100 SHEER STRESS Sheer stress (psi)= hp x 321 .000 rpm x 0 3 Sheer stress (kg/mm2) = kW x 4.

hp Where: cfm It gpm hp ad piw gpm x psi x Specific gravity 1713 x Efficiency of pump Cubic feet per minute Head in feet* Gallons per minute Horsepower Outside diameter Inches of water gauge Pres Pres psf psi rpm sp ad. hP2 rpm 2 h cfm xpsf p . (rpm.875 x D2 x H Gallons 1 gallon (US) of water weighs 8. Flow 2 rpm. ad.229 x Efficiency of Ian Pres 2 hp. = sP2 = (Od 2 J2 SP. VOLUME OF LIQUID IN A TANK = 5.35 Ib Specific gravity of water = 1.33000 x Efficiency 01fan clmxpiw 6343 x Efficiency 01 fan PUMPS hp gpm x It x Specific gravity 3960 x Efficiency of pump Volume = clm2 = (Od 2 \J3 ctrn. Pres.)? (rpm 2)3 h _ clm xpsi p .31 x pounds per square inch gravity.)2 (rpm 2)2 hp (rprn. Pressure Pounds per square foot Pounds per square inch Revolutions per minute Static pressure • Head in teet = 2.USEFUL FORMULAS CENTRIFUGAL APPLICATIONS AFFINITY LAWS FANS AND BLOWERS Flow.0 Where: D Tank diameter (It) H = Height of liquid (It) 101 .

2 -15 .4 219.6 -14.6 28.8 197.4 o C o 65 .2 221 222.8 116.6 217.4 1.8 224.8 134.4 165.I - 70 .122 123.8 -20 .2 5 ­ r­ 41 42.4 183.6 64.6 82.8 -25 .TEMPERATURE CONVERSION CHART o C o F -30 .6 136.6 91.2 40 .6 190.2 55 .8 215.6 145.2 -5 .6 226.6 208.6 154.2 15 .6 127.23 24.6 73.8 161.2 20 .2 -18.4 156.8 17.' ­ 59 608 102 o C o F 62.8 125.2 158 159.4 102.2 230 .6 118.f.2 -0.4 66.8 107.4 210.f.2 167 168.4 48.8 89.r­ 95 96.6 181.4 120.4 129.2 25 .8 152.8 80.2 35 .6 10.2 176 177.6 19.r­ 68 69.4 75.4 84.I - 85 - +­ 90 .4 39.5 6.2 212 213.8 71.2 149 150.I.4 -7.4 21.6 199.2 45 .-13 -11.8 143.r--­ 140 141.2 194 195.I - 95 .2 50 .4 138.8 8.2 203 204.4 -16.6 -5.2 30 .t-­ 100 .6 163.-22 -20.2 -9.8 179.4 192.4 12.77 78.8 35.6 109.r--­ 104 105.2 185 186.6 100.8 98.8 170.4 3.4 228.113 114.4 57.6 46.t-­ 105 - +­ 110­ I - F 147.-4 -2.4 111.8 206.4 174.6 55.8 188.50 51.14 15.6 172.2 -10 .4 93.4 201.I - 80 .4 30.t.I ­ 75 .8 53.t-­ 131 132.L ­ 86 87.8 44.6 37.2 O­ f­ 32 33.8 26.2 60 .2 10 .

4 246.8 0 F o For each Additional 1 0 F. add .6 235.TEMPERATURE CONVERSION CHART o C 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 180 185 190 195 200 205 210 215 220 225 °F 231.6 280.4 282.4 273.6 271.4 255.8 233.4 264.6 244.8 260.4 237.2 266 267.556 0 C c F = (9/5 x C= 5/9 x 869 878 887 896 905 914 923 932 941 950 959 968 977 986 995 1004 1013 1022 1031 1040 1049 1058 1067 1076 1085 1094 1103 1112 1121 1130 1139 1148 1157 1166 1175 1184 1193 1202 1211 1220 1229 1238 1247 1256 1265 1274 1283 0 (0 C) + 32 F-32) 103 .2 275 276.8 278.6 262.8 269.2 248 249.2 257 258.8 251.2 284 293 302 311 320 329 338 347 356 365 374 383 392 401 410 419 428 437 °C °F 230 235 240 245 250 255 260 265 270 275 280 285 446 455 464 473 482 491 500 509 518 527 536 545 554 563 572 581 590 599 608 617 626 635 644 653 662 671 680 689 698 707 716 725 734 743 752 761 770 779 788 797 806 815 824 833 842 851 290 295 300 305 310 315 320 325 330 335 340 345 350 355 360 365 370 375 380 385 390 395 400 405 410 415 420 425 430 435 440 445 450 455 460 °C °F 465 470 475 480 485 490 495 500 505 510 515 520 525 530 535 540 545 550 555 560 565 570 575 580 585 590 595 600 605 610 615 620 625 630 635 640 645 650 655 660 665 670 675 680 685 690 695 860 For each additional 1 0 C. add 1.8 242.2 239 240.6 253.

273 .37 1.0929 6.9144 7.196 .54 25.0283 7.308 264.6214 3.e <C .03937 .764 1..0 1.5541 35.0 .8361 .7854 . E ::l "0 > 104 Centimeters Feet Feet Inches Inches Kilometers Meters Meters Meters Miles Miles Millimeters Yards BY x x x x x x x x x x x x x Circular mils Circular mils Square centimeters Square feet Square feet Square inches Square meters Square meters Square millimeters Square mils Square yards x x x x Cubic centimeters Cubic feet Cubic feet Cubic inches Cubic meters Cubic meters Cubic meters Cubic yards Gallons Gallons Liters Liters Ounces (fluid) Quarts (liqUid) x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x .3048 2.609 .1337 3.281 39.094 5280.31 1.7646 .155 144.4 ..0 .805 .2 . I .061 .CONVERSION FACTORS MULTIPLY J: C> c .. .854xl0·7 .785 .9463 TO OBTAIN ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ = = = = ~ = = = ~ = ~ = ~ = ~ ~ ~ ~ = ~ = = = = ~ = = ~ = = ~ ~ Inches Inches Meters Centimeters Millimeters Miles Feet Inches Yards Feet Kilometers Inches Meters Square inches Square mils Square inches Square inches Square meters Square centimeters Square feet Square yards Square inches Circular mils Square meters Cubic inches Cubic meters Gallons Ounces (fiuid) Cubic feet Cubic yards Gallons Cubic meters Cubic feel Liters Gallons Quarts (liquid) Cubic inches Liters .2642 1.481 .00155 1.452 10.057 1.3937 12.

TO OBTAIN BY -- Grams Kilograms Kilograms Newtons Ounces Pounds Pounds (force) Tons (short) Tons (short) Atmosphere Atmosphere Atmosphere Pascal 1Inch of water 1inch of water x x x x x x x x x 1. = .293 x 330000 x 550. .~ 1::1 e '"<~Il .0079 421. .2 = 252. . 778.0 x 1.0 1. 1055 = 293 x 10-' 9478xlO.4 3. x .E ~ "5 a: >Cl iii c w lii 3 0 e.6xl06 . .341 x . . x 101325 . .CONVERSION FACTORS MULTIPLY . = .E Cl .403 1. - Pound-inches' Kilogram-centimeters' Gram-centimeters-sec' Kilogram-centimeters' Kilogram-centimeters-sec' Foot-pounds Gram-calories Horsepower-hour Jouie Kilowatt-hour Btu Joule Watts Foot-pounds perminute Fool-pounds persecond Watts Horsepower 105 .233 .92641 72. .0011 .341716 2. x Ounces Pounds Tons (short) Pounds (torce) Grams Grams Newtons Kilograms Pounds Newtons persquare meter Pascals Pounds persquare inch Kilograms persquare meter Atmospheres Pounds persquare inch Gram-centimeters Kilogram-meters Newton-meters Newton-meters Ounce-inches Pound-Ieet Pound-Inches x x x x x x x 0139 7. . . i: CI> .35 4536 4. .2248 26.0 746.7 x . . . 14. .0 = 3. .929 x 104 . = = = = .013 x 105 . .15213 Btu Btu Btu Btu Btu Joule Kilowatt hour Btu perhour Horsepower Horsepower Horsepower Kilowatts x x x x x x x x .458 x Hi' .0353 2. x .l: 2! ::I III III l!! t:L <Il ~ e­0 ~ .113 Ounce-inches Pound-feet Pound-feet Pound-inches Gram-centimeters Newton-meters Newton-melers Kilogram-cm2 Pound-inches2 Ounce-inches-sec2 Pound-feet2 Pound-inches-sec2 x x x x x 0. .851 72. .448 907.2 2000. 3.613 x 10' .102 x 2.0 .7376 8. .3558 .205 .

3 6.01667 2.c: ~g .9xl0-4 90.U: "'"" TO OBTAIN BY Degrees Minutes Minutes Quadrants Quadrants Radians x x x x x x Gauss Gauss Gauss x x x = = = Radians Degrees Radians Degrees Radians Degrees = = = Kiloline persquare inch Webers persquare meter Tesla 2.54 1.CONVERSION FACTORS MULTIPLY '" ''c"": '" ii: C.452 x III' 10'4 10" = = = . avoirdupois.0175 .S.0 (I):'.)c: ..S.u.0 1.:I ::iii:.257 = = Ampere turns perinch Oersted 0. Gallons and quarts are U.001 10" = = Kiloline Webers .>:.:: Maxwell Maxwell '" Ui x x Pounds are U. c:tJ ::.. c: (.:. .>< ". 106 .~ Ampere turnperem x Ampere turnperem x 0.5708 57.

BREAKDOWN TORQUE The maximum torque that an AC motor will develop with rated voltage applied at rated frequency without an abrupt drop in speed. Commonly known as room tempera­ ture when the air is the cooling medium in contact with the equipment. Al­ so termed pull-out torque or maximum torque. The output torque is essentiaily the same at all speeds. CONSTANT HORSEPOWER MOTOR A term used to describe a multispeed motor in which the rated horsepower is the same for all operating speeds.GLOSSARY ALTERNATOR A synchronous machine used to convert me­ chanical power into alternating current electric power. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE The temperature of the surrounding cooling medium. it refers to the ability to deliver constant horsepower over a predetermined speed range. 107 • . CONSTANT TORQUE MOTOR A mUltispeed motor for which the rated horse­ power varies in direct ratio to the synchronous speeds. DELTA CONNECTION A three-phase winding connection in which the phases are connected in series to form a closed circuit. BASE LINE A vibration reading taken when a machine is in good operating condition that is used as a reference for monitoring and analysis. CODE LETTER A letter which appears on the nameplates of AC motors to show their locked-rotor kilovolt­ amperes per horsepower at rated voltage and frequency. When applied to a solid state drive unit.

slip at rated load. reach an equilibrium tempera­ ture have a short-time or intermittent-duty rat­ ing. re­ quired to raise a one pound weight a distance of one foot. Band C define certain starting and running characteristics of three­ phase squirrel cage induction motors. FOOT·POUND The amount of work. Machines which do not. Alternating current frequency is expressed in cycles per second. It is the ratio of output power divided by the input power. FULL·LOAD SPEED The speed at which any rotating machine pro­ duces its rated output. Continuous-duty machines reach an equilib­ rium temperature within the temperature limits of the insulation system. Short-time ratings are usually one hour or less for motors. breakdown torque. termed Hertz (Hz). EFFICIENCY The ratio between useful work performed and the energy expended in producing it. and the ability to withstand full-voltage starting.LOAD CURRENT The current required for any electrical machine to produce its rated output or perform its rated function. FULL-LOAD TORQUE The torque required to produce rated power at full-load speed. locked-rotor current. or cannot. - 108 .GLOSSARY . FULL. pull-up torque. in the English system.CONTINUED DESIGN NEMA design letters A. FREQUENCY The number of cycles in a time period (usually one second). These characteristics include locked-rotor torque. DUTY A continuous or short-time rating of a machine.

INSULATION CLASS A letter or number that designates the temper­ ature rating of an insulation material or system with respect to thermal endurance.000 foot-pounds of work per minute (550 ft-lhs per second) or 746 watts. IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEC International Electrotechnical Commission. KILOWATT A unit of electrical power.CONTINUED HARMONIC A multiple of the fundamental electrical fre­ quency. INSULATION Non-conducting materials separating the cur­ rent-carrying parts of an electric machine from each other or from adjacent conducting mate­ rial at a differenct potential.GLOSSARY . LOCKED-ROTOR TORQUE The minimum torque that a motor will develop at standstill for all angular positions of the rotor. One horsepower equals 33. MEGOHMMETER An instrument for measuring insulation resistance. Also. the output rat­ ing of motors manufactured and used off the North American continent. LOCKED-ROTOR CURRENT Steady-state current taken from the line with the rotor of a motor at standstiil and at rated voltage and frequency. 109 _ . HERTZ (HZ) The preferred terminology for cycles per sec­ ond (frequency). HORSEPOWER A unit for measuring the power of motors or the rate of doing work. with rated voltage applied at rated frequency. Harmonics are present whenever the electrical power waveforms (voltage and cur­ rent) are not pure sine waves.

POUND-FOOT Unit of torque.2. POWER FACTOR The ratio of watts to volt-amperes of an AC elec­ tric circuit. NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association.GLOSSARY . The leads are normally numbered 1. applied at a radius of one meter and in a direction perpendicular to the radius arm. and in a direction perpendicular to the radius arm. RATED TEMPERATURE RISE The permissible rise in temperature above am­ bient for an electric machine operating under load. that is a force of one newton. POLES The magnetic poles set up inside an electric machine by the placement and connection of the windings. • 110 . subsequently. NEC National Electrical Code. in the metric system. in the English system. ener­ gizing the remainder of the primary winding.8.3 (start­ ing) and 7. applied at a radius of one foot.9 (remaining).CONTINUED MOTOR A rotating machine that converts electrical power (either alternating current or direct cur­ rent) into mechanical power. PART-WINDING STARTING A part-winding start three-phase motor is one arranged for starling by first energizing part of its primary winding and. that is a force of one pound. NEWTON-METER Unit of torque.

this is the locked-rotor torque. For an AC machine. platinum. Synchronous speed = Frequency x 120 Number of poles • 111 . ROTOR The rotating element of any motor or generator. it is said to be rotating at syn­ chronous speed. and nickel-iron. When the speed of the rotating element matches the speed of the rotating magnetic field. indicates a permissible power loading that may be carried under the conditions specified for the service factor. SLIP The difference between synchronous and op­ erating speeds. The most com­ mon type is nickel. with other types being cop­ per.CONTINUED RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR (RTD) A device used for temperature sensing con­ sisting of a wire coil or deposited tilm of pure metal for which the change in resistance is a known function of temperature. SYNCHRONOUS SPEED The speed of the rotating magnetic field cre­ ated by the primary winding of a rotating elec­ tric machine. STATOR The stationary part of a rotating electric ma­ chine. SERVICE FACTOR A multiplier which. expressed in rpm. expressed as a percentage. STARTING TORQUE The torque produced by a motor at rest when power is applied.GLOSSARY . Commonly used to describe the station­ ary part of an AC machine that contains the primary windings. compared to synchronous speed. Also the difference between synchronous and operat­ ing speeds. when appiied to rated power.

The lead numbersforasingle run voltage are normally 1. • 112 . pound-inch (English system). there are negative tem­ perature coefficient thermistors.GLOSSARY .4. VARIABLE­ TORQUE MOTOR A multispeed motor in which the rated horse­ power varies as the square of the synchronous speeds.CONTINUED THERMISTOR A resistive device used for temperature sens­ ing that is composed of metal oxides formed into a bead and encapsulated in epoxy orglass. Though less common.2. or newton­ meter (metric system). The winding is then reconnected to run in delta after a predeter­ mined time. TORQUE The rotating force produced by a motor. A typical thermistor has a positive temperature coefficient. A wye (star) start. WYE-DELTA STARTING Wye-delta is a connection which is used to reduce the inrush current and torque of a three-phase motor. Also termed a star connec­ tion. resistance increases dra­ matically and non-linearly with temperature. delta run motor is one arranged for starting by connect­ ing to the line with the winding initially connected wye (star).5 and 6. WYE CONNECTION A three-phase winding connection formed by joining one end of each phase to make a "Y" point.3. The other ends of each phase are con­ nected to the line. The units of torque may be expressed as pound­ foot. TRENDING Analysis of the change in measured data over at least three data measurement intervals. that is.

Design A & B motors 23 Arnpacities 70 Capacitor color codes Capacitor kVAR rating for power factor improvement Code letters.- INDEX ~ Allowa?l. 6 and 12 leads three-phase. 12 leads three-phase. IEC single-speed. conductors in a conduit Energy efficiencient motors Formulas.e starts. NEMA single-speed. 6 leads three-phase. IEC two-speed. NEMA Connections DC generators. NEMA two-speed. useful Fractions of an inch Frame assignments NEMA open motors NEMA TEFC motors Frame dimensions IEC foot-mounted AC and DC machines (inches) IEC foot-mounted AC and DC machines (mrn) NEMA C-face motors (inches) NEMA C-face motors (mm) NEMA D-flange motors (inches) NEMA D-flange motors (mm) NEMA DC motors (inches) NEMA DC motors (mm) NEMA foot-mounted AC machines (inches) NEMA foot-mounted AC machines (rnm) NEMA JM and JP motors (inches) NEMA JM and JP motors (mm) FUll-load currents __ DC motors single-phase motors three-phase squirrel cage and wound-rotor motors 88 65 68 11 10 1 8 5 7 2 3 4 6 104 69 18 98 97 24 26 40 58 32 50 34 52 44 __ 62 28 46 36 56 13 15 14 113 • . single-winding three-phase. single-winding Conversion factors Derating factors. NEMA DC motors. 9 leads three-phase. NEMA single-speed. NEMA single-speed. NEMA single-speed three-phase. NEMA part winding start single-phase.

unbalanced voltage 21 effect of voltage variation 20 power supply and motor voltages 20 Wire data • 114 90 "- y• . symbols and connections 85 Shaft dimensions IEC motors (inches) 42 IEC motors (mm) 60 NEMA DC motors (inches) 43 NEMA DC motors (mm) 61 Speed-torque characteristics 17 Starters enclosures 67 NEMA sizes.. symbols and connections 85 Voltages derating factor. .. insulation systems 89 Temperature conversion 102 Terms...CONTINUED three-phase synchronous motors 15 transformers. DC machines 12 Polarization index. properties of 94 Polarities. 96 Power factor improvement 64 Protection devices-maximum rating. three-phase 75 Locked-rotor currents. single-phase 76 transformers. three-phase 66 Starting methods.. motor branch circuits 74 Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) 89 Resistor color codes 87 Semiconductors. three-phase motors 22 Temperature classification. NEMA design S. glossary of 107 Thermocouple junction types 89 Transformer connections single-phase 83 three-phase 77 Zig-zag 82 Transistors..INDEX . single-phase 69 NEMA sizes. C and D motors 16 Metals and alloys.

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