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Demag DR rope hoist

Foot-mounted hoist FDR 3 – FDR 5 – FDR 10

Demag DR rope hoist Foot-mounted hoist FDR 3 – FDR 5 – FDR 10 42352044.eps 181104
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Design overview

FDR foot-mounted hoist (with mounting bracket)

Mounting bracket 4/1 bottom block
Mounting bracket
4/1 bottom block

Electrical equipment cover with integrated electrics and geared limit switch

Hoist motor with gearbox

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Explanation of size designation / type assignment

F DR - Pro 10 - 10

4/1 - 6

Z - 6/1 - 400 - 00 - 50

DR - Pro 10 - 10 4/1 - 6 Z - 6/1 - 400 - 00

Frequency [Hz]

Electrical equipment code 1)

Operating voltage [ V ]

Hoist speed in m/min

Motor type:

Z

Hook path in m

Reeving

SWL in t

= Cylindrical rotor

Range 3; 5; 10

Demag rope hoist

K

=

Low-headroom monorail hoist

Z

=

Crab

F

=

Stationary

1)

Code 01

Code 02

Code 03

Code 04

Code 05

FDR with internal electrics for application on a crane. Crane bridge enclosure, DSE-8R control pendant with control cable and cables for the mobile floor control must be ordered separately. FDR with internal electrics and solo electrics with crane switch and transformer fitted in an enclosure on the trolley, for application as a solo trolley. DSE-8R control pendant with control cable must be ordered separately. Like code 01 but control via DRC-10 radio control system Like code 02 but control via DRC-10 radio control system

EZDR with fitted “in” parallel interface

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Selection criteria

The size of the hoist is determined by the load spectrum, average operating time per working day, SWL and reeving.

1. What are the operating conditions?

2. What is the specified safe working load?

3. To what height must the load be lifted?

4. What is the required lifting speed?

5. Do the loads need to be lifted and lowered with high precision?

6. Is horizontal load travel necessary?

7. How is the hoist to be controlled?

The load spectrum (in most cases estimated) can be evaluated in accordance with the following definitions:

The group is determined from the operating time and load spectrum

Load spectrum

Average operating time per day in hours

1 Light

Hoist units which are usually subject to very small loads and in exceptional cases only to maximum loads.

Small partial load Small dead load SWL
Small partial load
Small dead load
SWL

Operating time

2 Medium

Hoist units which are usually subject to small loads but rather often to maximum loads.

Heavy partial load Medium partial load Medium dead load SWL
Heavy partial load
Medium partial load
Medium dead load
SWL

Operating time

3 Heavy

Hoist units which are usually subject to medium loads but frequently to maximum loads.

Heavy dead load SWL
Heavy dead load
SWL

Operating time

4 Very heavy

Hoist units which are usually subject to maximum or almost maximum loads.

Very heavy dead

load SWL
load
SWL

Operating time

Selection table

1 Light

 

4-8

8-16

over 16

2 Medium

   

2-4

4-8

8-16

3 Heavy

 

1-2

2-4

4-8

4 Very heavy

 

0,5-1

1-2

2-4

 

FEM

2 m

3 m

4 m

Group of mechanisms to

ISO

M 5

M 6

M 7

Group of mechanisms FEM/ISO 1)

2 m/M 5

3 m/M 6

4 m/M 7

2 m/M 5

3 m/M 6

4 m/M 7

Rope reeving arrangement

   

2/1, 4/2 2 )

 

4/1

Range

 

SWL in t

 

DR 3

1,6

1,25

 

123,

2,5

2

DR 5

 

226,5

1,

 

54

3,2

DR 10

54

 

3,2

180

 

6,3

Example

DR 10 54   3,2 180   6,3 Example SWL Load spectrum Hoist speed Creep hoist

SWL Load spectrum Hoist speed Creep hoist speed

5 t “medium” from table 6 m/min 1 m/min

Reeving

4/1

Average hook path

3 m

No. of cycles/hour

20

Working time/day

8 hours

The average operating time per working day is estimated or calculated as follows:

Operating time/day =

Operating time/day =

2 x average hook path x no. of cycles/h x working time/day

2 x 3 x 20 x 8

60 x 6

60 x lifting speed

= 2,66 hours

For the “medium” load spectrum and an average daily operating time of 2,66 hours, the table shows group 2 m. For a load capacity of 5 t and 4/1 rope reeving, the table indicates hoist size DR 5 - 5.

Range

Group of

SWL

Hook

Lifting speed

 

SWL

Hook

Lifting speed

SWL

Hook

Lifting speed

mechanisms

path

 

m/min

path

 

m/min

path

 

m/min

to

tm

V1

V2

V3

tm

V1

V2

V3

tm

V1

V2

V3

FEM/ISO

 

2/1

 

4/1

 

4/2

 

2 m/M 5

1,6

       

3,2

                 

DR 3

3 m/M 6

1,25

12; 20

12/2

18/3

2

- 25

2,5

6; 10

6/1

9/1,5

1 - 12,5

41m/M 7

   

2

 

2

m/M 5

2,5

       

5

       

-----

DR 5

32m/M 6

 

12; 20

12/2

18/3

2

- 25

4

6; 10

6/1

9/1,5

1 - 12,5

4

m/M 7

1,6

 

3,2

 

2

m/M 5

5

       

10

       

5

5,8;

     

DR 10

   

12; 20;

10/1,7

2 - 18

2

- 25

 

6; 10;

5/0,8

1 - 9

1 - 12,5

 

11,35;

10/1,7

2 - 18

2 - 25

34m/M 6

40

8

20

4

 

4

m/M 7

3,2

     

6,3

     

3,2

15,2

     
 

1)

2)

Gearbox service life 20 % above the FEM value 4/2 rope reeving only for DR 10

 

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Foot-mounted hoist FDR 3 – 2/1 – 4/1

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A B 79 R M N Hook travel C
A
B
79
R
M
N Hook travel
C
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630
170
210
F
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The warm air emitted to the top by the braking resistors of the hoist in- verter must be taken into account for project-drafting. the braking resistors of the hoist in- verter must be taken into account for project-drafting.

When using a hoist inverter, a min. distance of 100 mm from the top edge of the hoist inverter must be maintained.

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FDR 3 dimensions in mm

Drum length

 

RAB

 

H12

475

802

567

H20

700

1027

792

Hook dimensions C from bottom edge of bracket

Rope reeving

 

2/1

 

4/1

Drum length

H12

H20

H12

H20

Wheel base

R

475

700

475

700

 

C

 

490

 

380

F

 

9

 

23

Dimensions in mm

M

 

111

 

170

N

170

283

85

142

5

Foot-mounted hoist FDR 5 – 2/1 – 4/1

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970
A
715
B
93
177
240
R
F
Hoist inverter
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N
Hook travel
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the braking resistors of the hoist in-
verter must be taken into account
for project-drafting.
C
558
13
178

6

When using a hoist inverter, a min. distance of 100 mm from the top edge of the hoist inverter must be maintained.

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FDR 5 dimensions in mm

Drum length

 

RAB

 

H12

495

837

598

H20

730

1072

833

Hook dimensions C from bottom edge of bracket

Rope reeving

 

2/1

 

4/1

Drum length

H12

H20

H12

H20

Wheel base

R

495

730

495

730

 

C

 

500

 

420

F

21,3

 

36,1

Dimensions in mm

M

 

115

 

195

N

175

293

88

147

7

Foot-mounted hoist FDR 10 – 2/1 – 4/1 – 4/2

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1127
846
194
310
F
Hoist inverter
610
5
180
A B 108 R M N Hook travel C
A
B
108
R
M
N Hook travel
C

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When using a hoist inverter, a min. distance of 100 mm from the top edge of the hoist inverter must be maintained.

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FDR 10 dimensions in mm

Drum length

 

RAB

 

H12

 

590

 

941

714

H20

 

850

 

1201

974

H40

 

1500

   

1851

1624

Hook dimensions C from bottom edge of bracket

 

Rope reeving

 

2/1

 

4/1

 

4/2

Drum length

H12

H20

H40

H12

H20

H40

H12

H20

H40

Wheel base

R

590

850

1500

590

850

1500

590

850

1500

   

2m/3m

 

590

 

490

 

C

4m

 

680

 

610

 

500

Dimensions in

       

mm

F

 

38

 

56

 

38

M

 

149

 

243

320

450

775

N

197

328

653

99

165

327

 

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Dimensions of mounting brackets FDR 3, 5, 10 drum length H12, H20

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Mounting bracket FDR 3 – FDR 5 – FDR 10 drum length H12, H20 A
Mounting bracket FDR 3 – FDR 5 – FDR 10 drum length H12, H20
A
A1
A2
A1
D2
2 x B3
T3
T4
E
T2
T2
D2
D3
B3
B3
R
A1
A2
F
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Bracket dimensions in mm
Hoist unit type
Drum length
DR 3
DR 5
DR 10
D
H12
H20
H12
H20
H12
H20
A
210
240
310
A1
45
50
50
D1
A2
120
140
210
B1
73
86,5
101
Right
B2
61
71,5
86
D3
B3
25
30
30
Left
D1
B4
46
51,5
62
C
345
380
430
C1
45
50
50
C2
185
210
235
C3
70
60
85
D
30
40
55
D1
13,5
13,5
13,5
D2
13,5
18
22
D3
29
34
45
E
152
176
230
F 2/1 + 4/1
9
21,3
38
F 4/2
23
36,1
56
H1
55
65
75
H2
180
200
230
H3
20
20
25
T
12
20
25
T1
min. 15
min. 20
min. 25
T2
10
12
15
T3
min. 10
min. 12
min. 15
T4
95
120
120
R
475
700
495
730
590
850
Weight 1) [kg]
32
49
89
1) Total weight for 2 brackets
R
B1B4
B4B2
D
B3
B3
H2
H3
H1
T2
T
T1
T3
C1
C2
C3
C
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Dimensions of mounting brackets FDR 10 drum length H40

Mounting bracket FDR 10 drum length H40 4/2

T2 B3 A1 A2 R B4 F G1 G2 B3 B3 D2 B B1 G3
T2
B3
A1
A2
R
B4
F
G1
G2
B3
B3
D2
B
B1
G3
H
G
EE1
C3C1
C2
H1
H2
A1A2
C
H4
A
T
T2
H3

Mounting bracket FDR 10 drum length H40 2/1, 4/1

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T2 T2 B3 B3 A1 A2 R B4 F G1 G2 B3 B3 D2 B
T2
T2
B3
B3
A1
A2
R
B4
F
G1
G2
B3
B3
D2
B
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E1
C3C2C1
A1A2
H2H1
A
C
T
T2
H3

Bracket dimensions in mm

Drum length

Reeving

A

A1

AB2

 

B1

B2

B3

BC4

 

C1

 

C2

CD3

D1

D2

D3

H40

4/1 + 2/1

                           

H40

4/2

310

50

210

148

101

86

30

62

430

50

235

85

55

13,5

22

45

Drum length

Reeving

E

E1

 

FG

G1

 

G2

GH3

 

H1

H2

H3

H4

T

T2

R

Weight [kg]

H40

4/1 + 2/1

60

230

   

159

 

531

403

     

25

60

       

H40

4/2

2-30

 

38

 

35

591

403

 

-

250

75

230

 

--

25

15

1500

154

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Possibilities of mounting the FDR foot-mounted hoist

Foot-mounted variant Z1
Foot-mounted variant
Z1

Ceiling-mounted variant

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Wall-mounted variant
Z3
V

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Z1, Z2, Z3 =

Max. screw forces from Useful load x coefficient 1,25 and Dead load x coefficient 1,10

V =

Max. vertical load to be absorbed by connecting structure from Useful load x coefficient 1,25 and Dead load x coefficient 1,10

Mounting forces for FDR foot-mounted hoist

In the table, the mounting forces including lifting load coefficient 1,25 and dead load coefficient 1,1 in kN are specified for the foot-mounted, ceiling-mounted and wall-mounted variants:

Hoist unit type

DR 3

DR 5

 

DR 10

Drum length

H12

H20

H12

H20

H12

H20

H40

Foot-mounted

2/1

4,4

4,7

5,9

6,3

3,5

3,8

4,5

 

Z1

4/1

4,8

5,1

6,2

6,6

 

347,7

4,

 

4-/2

 

-7347,

 

4,

Ceiling-mounted

2/1

16,14

17,63

23,36

25,51

33,53

34,48

40,64

 

Z2

4/1

23,56

27,42

32,44

38,53

47,9

57,66

67,73

 

4-/2

 

- 25,4

 

25,1

25,29

Wall-mounted

2/1

9,95

10,87

15,1

16,49

28,58

29,39

34,65

 

Z3

4/1

14,53

16,91

20,97

24,9

40,84

49,16

57,74

 

4-/2

 

- 21,65

 

21,4

21,56

 

2/1

16,75

18,37

26,2

28,71

49

53,98

59.9

 

V

4/1

27,2

31,95

40,18

48,24

75,93

91,83

107,81

 

4-/2

 

- 36,31

 

35,66

35,36

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FDR foot-mounted hoist fitting material

1 2 6 8 4 5 3 8 7 Ma = 60 Nm
1
2
6
8
4
5
3
8
7
Ma = 60 Nm
1 2 6 8 4 5 3 8 7 Ma = 60 Nm Ma = 120

Ma =

120

Nm for DR 3

300

Nm for DR 5

590

Nm for DR 10

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Items 1 – 5 are included in the scope of supply when ordering the foot-mounted hoist with mounting brackets.

Part

Designation

Standard

Strength

 

DR 3

 

DR 5

 

DR 10

Material

2/1

4/1

2/1

4/1

2/1+4/2

4/1

1

Support washer

DIN 988

Spring steel

30 x 42 x 2,5

40 x 50 x 2,5

55

x 68 x 3

Quantity

 

12

 

84

   

2

Retaining ring, heavy

DIN 471

Spring steel

30 x 2,5

40 x 2,5

 

55 x 3

 

Q2uantity

   

2

 

2

3

Hex. screw

DIN 5017

8.8-A2F

M12 x 130

M12 x 170

M12 x 170

 

Q2uantity

   

2

 

2

4

Locknut

DIN 980

8.8-A2F

VM 12, Ma = 60 Nm

VM 12, Ma = 60 Nm

VM 12, Ma = 60 Nm

 

Q2uantity

   

2

 

2

5

Washer

DIN 7349

St-A2F

13

x 30 x 6

13

x 30 x 6

13

x 30 x 6

 

Q2uantity

   

2

 

2

6

Hex. screw

DIN 6914

10.9-HV or

M12 x L 1 ) Ma = 120 Nm

M16 x L 1 ) Ma = 300 Nm

M20 x L 1 ) Ma = 590 Nm

10.9-TZN HV

Mounted on:

Ceiling

 

Q8uantity

   

8

 

8

Wall

 

Q6uantity

   

6

 

6

Floor

 

Q4uantity

   

4

 

4

7

Hex. nut

DIN 6915

10-HV or

 

M12

 

M16

 

M20

10-TZN HV

     

Quantity

Like part 6

Like part 6

Like part 6

8

Washer

DIN 6919

C45 HV or C45 TZN HV

13

x 30 x 6

17

x 30 x 4

21

x 37 x 4

Quantity

Like 2 x part 6

Like 2 x part 6

Like 2 x part 6

1) Screw length L in accordance with connecting structure

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FDR foot-mounted hoist mounting position/rope lead-offs

Possible rope lead-off directions of DR 3, DR 5 and DR 10 hoist units

B See page 15 Without rope guide Mounting bracket for floor, wall and ceiling mounted
B
See page 15
Without rope guide
Mounting bracket for floor, wall
and ceiling mounted variants
Fixed
return sheave
approx. 30°
approx. 5°
ca. 5˚
ca. 30˚
With rope guide
approx. 5°
approx. 30°
ca. 30˚ca.

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Arrangement of fixed return sheaves

Arrangement of fixed return sheaves for single-groove variant

P D W M N O R B A DT
P
D
W
M
N
O
R
B
A
DT

Arrangement of fixed return sheaves for double-groove variant

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P D N MM N W W V = = R B A DT
P
D
N MM
N
W
W
V
= =
R
B
A
DT

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Hoist unit

DR 3

DR 5

 

DR 10

 

DR 10

1-groove

1-groove

1-groove

2-groove

Drum length

H12

H20

H12

H20

H12

H20

H40

H12

H20

H40

Useful length

N

340

565

350

585

395

655

1305

136

266

591

Useful rope length

L

24238

40278

24080

40248

24286

40273

80238

11612

22713

50464

Distance

min B.

3892

6467

4006

6696

4521

7497

14936

1557

3045

6766

Dimension

W

81

135

82

136

84

140

278

36

71

157

Dimension

R

475

700

495

730

590

850

1500

590

850

1500

Rope diameter

D

 

79

   

13

 

9

Pitch

P

7,8

 

10

 

14

 

10

Drum diameter

DT

177

219

 

274

 

271,8

Dimension

A

223

243

 

291

 

291

Dimension

M

 

76

 

79

 

107

 

55

Dimension

O

 

59

 

66

 

88

 

-

Dimension

V

 

--

   

-

 

25

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DR 3 – DR 5 – DR 10 motor data with pole-changing hoist drives

Design in accordance with the VDE regulations and the design rules of the FEM, to meet the high demands made on electric hoists.

Main/creep lifting F6

Required supply cable conductor cross sections and fuse links

Range DR 3

No. of

CPode

 

%nCDF

 

Starts/h

Rated current I N and starting current I A for 50 Hz

cos

cos

poles

400 V

ϕ

N

ϕ

A

Motor size

kW

rpm

I N (A)

I A (A)

   

ZBR 100

12

 

0,55

20

430

240

4,6

730,5

 

0,72

C

12/2 - B050

2

V1

3,4

40

2800

120

8,5

40

0,78

0,88

ZBR 100

12

 

0,8

20

410

240

5,7

950,5

 

0,75

D

12/2 - B050

2

V2

5,3

40

2780

120

11

55

0,88

0,85

   

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U and starting current I A for 50 Hz

2)

Range DR 3

 

400 V

   

400 V (U 20 V)

 

Motor size

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

ZBR 100 C 12/2

 

20

 

1,5

 

25

ZBR 100 D 12/2

 

25

 

1,5

 

19

Range DR 5

No. of

 

CPode

%nCDF

 

Starts/h

Rated current I N and starting current I A for 50 Hz

cos

cos

 

poles

 

400 V

 

ϕ

N

ϕ

A

Motor size

kW

rpm

I N (A)

I A (A)

   

ZBR 100

12

 

0,8

20

410

240

5,7

950,5

 

0,75

 

D

12/2 - B050

2

V1

5,3

40

2780

120

11

55

0,88

0,85

 

ZBR 132

12

 

1,4

20

400

240

9,6

15

0,54

0,68

 

D

12/2 - B140

2

V2

8,9

40

2870

120

18

120

0,89

0,85

 
   

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U and starting current I A for 50 Hz

2)

Range DR 5

 

400 V

   

400 V (U 20 V)

 

Motor size

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

ZBR 100 D 12/2

 

25

 

1,5

 

19

ZBR 132 D 12/2

 

50

 

2,5

 

15

Range DR 10

No. of

CPode

 

%nCDF

 

Starts/h

Rated current I N and starting current I A for 50 Hz

cos

cos

 

poles

 

400 V

 

ϕ

N

ϕ

A

Motor size

kW

rpm

I N (A)

I A (A)

   

ZBR 132 D 12/2 - B140

12

 

1,4

20

400

240

9,6

15

0,54

0,68

 

2

V1

8,9

40

2870

120

18

120

0,89

0,85

 
   

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U and starting current I A for 50 Hz

2)

Range DR 10

 

400 V

   

400 V (U 20 V)

 

Motor size

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

ZBR 132 D 12/2

 

50

 

2,5

 

15

16

1)

Fuse links also apply in conjunction with a cross travel motor.

2)

The lengths of the supply lines are calculated on the basis of an earth-loop impedance of 200 m.

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DR 3 – DR 5 – DR 10 motor data for inverter operation

Design in accordance with the VDE regulations and the design rules of the FEM, to meet the high demands made on electric hoists.

Range DR 3

No. of poles

Code

 

FEM

% CDF

n

Hoist output

 

Inverter

Rated current

classification

for 87 Hz

Phub

 

type

inverter

     

for 2kHz

Motor size

rpm

kW

I (A)

ZBR 100 B 4 - B050

     

2m

   

7,3

DIC-4-017

16,5

ZBR 100 B 4 - B050

4

V3

 

3m

60

2520

5,7

DIC-4-014

14

ZBR 100 B 4 - B050

 

4m

4,5

DIC-4-014

14

Range DR 3

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U 2)

 
 

400

V

 

400

V (U 20 V)

 

Inverter type

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

DIC-4-017

 

16

   

1,5

 

58

DIC-4-014

 

16

   

1,5

 

70

Range DR 5

No. of poles

Code

 

FEM

% CDF

n

Hoist output

 

Inverter

Rated current

classification

for 87 Hz

Phub

 

type

inverter

     

for 2kHz

Motor size

rpm

kW

I (A)

ZBR 132 B 4 - B140

     

2m

   

11,4

 

DIC-4-025

25

ZBR 112 A 4 - B140

4

V3

 

3m

60

2550

9,1

DIC-4-025

25

ZBR 112 A 4 - B140

 

4m

7,3

DIC-4-017

16,5

Range DR 5

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U 2)

 
 

400

V

 

400

V (U 20 V)

 

Inverter type

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

DIC-4-025

 

35

   

2,5

 

65

DIC-4-017

 

16

   

1,5

 

58

Range DR 10

No. of poles

Code

 

FEM

% CDF

n

Hoist output

 

Inverter

Rated current

classification

for 87 Hz

Phub

 

type

inverter

     

for 2kHz

Motor size

rpm

kW

I (A)

ZBR 132 C 4 - B140

     

2m

   

16,3

 

DIC-4-040

40

ZBR 132 B 4 - B140

V2

 

3m

60

2560

13,1

 

DIC-4-032

32

ZBR 132 B 4 - B140

 

4m

10,4

 

DIC-4-025

25

ZBR 132 C 4 - B140

4

   

2m

50

 

22,7

 

DIC-4-040

40

ZBR 132 C 4 - B140

V3

 

3m

 

2680

18,1

 

DIC-4-040

40

ZBR 132 C 4 - B140

 

4m

60

14,5

 

DIC-4-032

32

Range DR 10

Mains connection delay fuse for 50 Hz 1)

 

Supply lines for 5% voltage drop U 2)

 
 

400 V

   

400 V (U 20 V)

 

Inverter type

 

A

 

mm²

 

m

DIC-4-040

 

50

   

6,0

 

97

DIC-4-032

 

35

   

4,0

 

80

DIC-4-025

 

35

   

2,5

 

65

 

1)

2)

Fuse links also apply in conjunction with a cross travel motor. The lengths of the supply lines are calculated on the basis of an earth-loop impedance of 200 m.

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