SUB_EP2004R

ISSUED
ENCLOSURE
PERFORMANCE DATA
10/10/2007
TYPE
TEFC
CATALOG#
3-PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR
AEHH8N
EP2004R
NAMEPLATE INFORMATION
OUTPUT
HP
KW
200 149.2
POLE
FRAME
SIZE
VOLTAGE
HZ
RATED
AMBIENT
INS.
CLASS
NEMA
DESIGN
TIME
RATING
SERVICE
FACTOR
4
447T
460
60
40oC
F
B
CONT.
1.15
VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE SERVICE
OHMS/PHASE EQUIVALENT WYE CIRCUIT
(AT RATED OPERATING TEMPERATURE 25oC)
VARIABLE TORQUE
HZ
HP
RPM
TORQUE
(lb-ft)
3~60
0.025~200
90~1800
1.458~588
R1
R2
X2
Xm
0.442
10.3
X1
0.0248 0.0232 0.219
CONSTANT HORSEPOWER
CONSTANT TORQUE
HZ
HP
RPM
6~60
20~200
180~1800
TORQUE
(lb-ft)
588
HZ
HP
RPM
60~90
200
1800-2700
TORQUE
(lb-ft)
588~392
TYPICAL PERFORMANCE
FULL
LOAD
RPM
1786
EFFICIENCY
FULL LOAD
MIN.%
NOM.%
95.4
96.2
SOUND
PRESSURE
LEVEL @ 3 FT
Db(A)
POWER FACTOR
3/4 LOAD
%
1/2 LOAD
%
FULL LOAD
%
3/4 LOAD
%
1/2 LOAD
%
95.8
95
84.5
82.5
78.5
81
CURRENTS
NO LOAD
FULL LOAD
LOCKED ROTOR
AT
460
VOLT
AT
460
VOLT
AT
460
VOLT
46.4
230
1450
TORQUE
FULL
LOAD
(lb-ft)
LOCKED
ROTOR
%FLT
PULL
UP
%FLT
588.00
120
95
APPROVED:
BREAK ROTOR
DOWN
WR 2
2
%FLT
(lb-ft )
210
M. PRATER
73.5
NEMA
MAX
LOAD ALLOWABLE
2
2
WK
WK
2
2
(lb-ft )
(lb-ft )
831
DRAWING NO.
COLD
HOT
G
19
13
ALLOWABLE
STARTS
PER HOUR
ACCEL TIME (DOL)
INERTIA
1662
SAFE STALL
TIME IN
SECONDS
NEMA
KVA
CODE
LETTER
NEMA
LOAD
WK 2
Sec
MAX
ALLOWABLE
WK 2
Sec
COLD
HOT
5.52
10.59
2
1
31057EP2004R
REVISION:
0
DATE:
December 2, 2005
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
CATALOG NO.:
EP2004R
SCHEMATIC - Δ / Y CONNECTION
ACROSS THE LINE CONNECTION
460 VOLT CONNECTION
WYE START-DELTA RUN CONNECTION
LINE
460 VOLT START
LINE
460 VOLT RUN
DWG NO.
DAC-1545-3
INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR THREE PHASE
INDUCTION MOTORS
Frames 143T - 449TZ
5100 North IH 35 Round Rock, Texas 78681
Phone: 800-451-8798 512-255-4141 Fax: 512-244-5512
RECEIVING
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check nameplate data.
Check whether any damage has occurred during transportation.
After removal of shaft clamp, turn shaft by hand to check that it turns freely.
If motor is to be reshipped (alone or installed to another piece of equipment) the shaft must again
be clamped to prevent axial movement.
Note: Remove the bearing clamp before turning the shaft on 284T-449TZ frame motors.
WARNING
THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS MUST BE OBSERVED:
1. Electric rotating machinery and high voltage can cause serious or fatal injury if improperly
installed, operated or maintained. Responsible personnel should be familiarized with
NEMA MG-1; Safety Standards for Construction and Guide Selection. Installation and Use of
Electric Motors and Generators; National Electric Code and all local safety requirements.
2. When servicing, all power sources to the motor and to the accessory devices should be
de-energized and disconnected and all rotating parts should be at standstill.
3. Lifting means, when supplied, are intended for lifting the motor only. When two lifting
devices are supplied with the motor a dual chain must be used.
4. Suitable protection must be used when working near machinery with high noise levels.
5. Safeguard or protective devices must not be by-passed or rendered inoperative.
6. The frame of this machine must be grounded in accordance with the National Electric Code and
applicable local codes.
7. A suitable enclosure should be provided to prevent access to the motor by other than
authorized personnel. Extra caution should be observed around motors that are
automatically or have automatic re-setting relays as they may restart unexpectedly.
8. Shaft key must be fully captive or removed before motor is started.
9. Provide proper safeguards for personnel against possible failure of motor-mounted brake,
particularly on applications involving overhauling loads.
10. Explosion proof motors are constructed to comply with the label service procedure manual, repair
of these motors must be made by TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company or U/L listed service
center in order to maintain U/L listing.
LOCATION
1. Drip-proof motors are intended for use where atmosphere is relatively clean, dry, well
ventilated and non-corrosive.
2. Totally enclosed motors may be installed where dirt, moisture, or dust are present and in outdoor
locations.
3. Explosion-proof motors are built for use in hazardous locations as indicated by
Underwriters’ label on the motor.
4. Chemical duty enclosed motors are designed for installation in high corrosion or excessive
moisture locations.
Note: in all cases, no surrounding structure should obstruct normal flow or
ventilating air through or over the motor.
MOUNTING
1. Mount motor securely on a firm, flat base. All ball bearing normal thrust motors up to and
including 256T frame size may be side-wall or ceiling mounted; all others check nearest
TECO-Westinghouse office for mounting recommendations.
2. Align motor accurately, using a flexible coupling if possible. For drive recommendations,
consult with drive or equipment manufacturer, or TECO-Westinghouse.
3. Mounting bolts must be carefully tightened to prevent changes in alignment and possible
damage to the equipment. The recommended tightening torque’s for medium carbon steel bolts,
identified by three radial lines at 120 degrees on the head, are:
Bolt Size
2/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
Recommended Torque (Ft-lb.)
Minimum
Maximum
25
37
60
90
120
180
210
320
4. V-belts Sheave Pitch Diameters should not be less than those shown in Table 1 (NEMA
recommended values)
5. Tighten belts only enough to prevent slippage. Belt speed should not exceed 5000 ft. per
min.
TABLE 1. V-Belt Sheave Pitch Diameters (MG1-14.42)
V-Belt Sheave
Conventional
A, B, C, D AND E
F r a me
Number
143T
145T
182T
182T
184T
184T
184T
213T
215T
215T
254T
254T
256T
256T
284T
284T
286T
3600
1.5
2-3
3
5
...
5
7.5
7.5-10
10
15
15
20
20-25
...
...
...
...
Horsepower at
Synchronous Speed, RPM
1800
1200
1
.75
1.5-2
1
3
1.5
...
...
...
2
...
...
5
...
7.5
3
...
5
10
...
...
7.5
15
...
...
10
20
...
...
15
25
...
30
20
900
.5
.75
1
...
1.5
...
...
2
3
...
5
...
7.5
...
10
...
15
Narrow
3V, 5V, AND 8V
Minimum
Pitch
Diameter
Inches
*Maximum
Width
Inches
Minimum
Outside
Diameter
Inches
**Maximum
Width
Inches
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.4
2.6
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.8
3.8
4.4
4.4
4.6
4.6
5.0
5.4
4.25
4.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
6.5
6.5
6.5
7.75
7.75
7.75
7.75
9
9
9
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.8
3.8
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
5.2
2.25
2.25
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
3.375
3.375
3.375
4
4
4
4
4.625
4.625
4.625
TABLE 1. V-Belt Sheave Pitch Diameters (MG1-14.42)
V-Belt Sheave
Conventional
A, B, C, D AND E
F r a me
Number
324T
326T
364T
364T
365T
365T
404T
404T
404T
405T
405T
405T
444T
444T
444T
444T
445T
445T
445T
3600
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
Horsepower at
Synchronous Speed, RPM
1800
1200
40
25
50
30
...
40
60
...
...
50
75
...
...
60
...
...
100
...
...
75
100
...
125
...
...
100
...
...
125
...
150
...
...
125
...
...
150
...
900
20
25
30
...
40
...
...
50
...
60
...
...
...
75
...
...
...
100
...
Narrow
3V, 5V, AND 8V
Minimum
Pitch
Diameter
Inches
*Maximum
Width
Inches
Minimum
Outside
Diameter
Inches
**Maximum
Width
Inches
6.0
6.8
6.8
7.4
8.2
9.0
9.0
9.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
11.5
11.0
10.5
11.0
...
12.5
12.5
...
10.25
10.25
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
14.25
14.25
14.25
14.25
14.25
14.25
16.75
16.75
16.75
16.75
16.75
16.75
16.75
6.0
6.8
6.8
7.4
8.2
8.6
8.0
8.4
8.6
10.0
8.6
10.5
10.0
9.5
9.5
10.5
12.0
12.0
10.5
5.25
5.25
5
5.785
5.785
5.785
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.5
*Max. Sheave width = 2(N-W) - .25
**Max Sheave width = N-W
***Sheave ratios grater than 5:1 and center-to-center distance less than the diameter of the
large sheave should be referred to TECO-Westinghouse.
POWER SUPPLY & CONNECTIONS
1. Wiring of motor and control, overload protection and grounding should be in accordance with
National Electrical Code and all local safety requirements.
2. Nameplate voltage and frequency should agree with power supply. Motor will operate
satisfactorily on line voltage within ±10% of nameplate voltage; or frequency with ±5% and
with a combined variation not to exceed ±10%. 230-volt motors can be used on 208-volt
network systems, but with slightly modified performance characteristics as shown on the
nameplate.
3. Dual voltage and single voltage motors can be connected for the desired voltage by
following connection diagram shown on the nameplate or inside of the conduit box.
4. All Explosion Proof motors have Temperature Limiting Devices in the motor enclosure to
prevent excessive external surface temperature of the motor in accordance with U/L
standards. Terminals of thermal protectors (P1 & P2) should be connected to the motor
control equipment, according to the connection diagram inside of the conduit box.
5. Standard connection diagram for three phase, not thermally protected, dual rotation motors
are shown in diagrams A through E. (Note: To change rotation, Interchange any two line
leads)
*Important:
For Part Winding Start, M2 contactor should be closed within two (2) seconds
after M1 contactor is closed.
Only 4 pole and above (e.g., 6P, 8P...) motors are satisfactory for Part Winding Start
at low voltage.
START UP
1. Disconnect load and start motor. Check direction of rotation. If rotation must be changed,
ALLOW THE MOTOR TO STOP COMPLETLEY. Interchange any two leads of a three-phase
motor.
2. Connect load. The motor should start quickly and run smoothly. If no, shut power off at once.
Recheck the assembly including all connections before restarting.
3. If excessive vibration is noted, check for loose mounting bolts too flexible motor support
structure or transmitted vibration from adjacent machinery. Periodic vibration checks should
be made; foundations often settle.
4. Operate under load for short period of time and check operating current against nameplate.
TESTING
If the motor has been in storage for an extensive period or has been subjected to adverse moisture
conditions, it is best to check the insulation resistance of the stator winding with a megometer.
Depending on the length and conditions of storage it may be necessary to regrease or change
rusted bearings.
If the resistance is lower than one megohm the windings should be dried in one of the following two
ways:
1. Bake in oven at temperatures not exceeding 194°F until insulation resistance becomes
constant.
2. With rotor locked, apply low voltage and gradually increase the current through windings until
temperature measured with a thermometer reaches 194°F. Do not exceed this temperature.
MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION
Inspect motor at regular intervals. Keep motor clean and ventilation openings clear.
LUBRICATION
1. Frame 143T-256T: Double shielded and pre-lubricated ball-bearing motors without grease
fittings and don’t need re-lubrication, except on MAX-E1 ® and MAX-E2® products which
have re-greasable features.
2. Frames 280TS, 320-449TZ(TS): Motors having grease fittings and grease discharge
devices at brackets. Motors are shipped with grease for initial running. It is necessary to
re-lubricate anti-friction bearing motors periodically, depending on size and type of service. See
Table 2 to provide maximum bearing life. Excessive or too frequent lubrication may damage
the motor.
TABLE 2
Horsepower
1 Thru 30 Hp, 1800 rpm and below
40 Thru 75 Hp, 1800 rpm and below
100 Thru 150 Hp, 1800 rpm and below
1 Thru 20 Hp, 3600 rpm
25 Thru 75 Hp, 3600 rpm
100 Thru 150 Hp, 3600 rpm
Standard
Conditions
7 years
210 days
90 days
5 years
180 days
90 days
Severe
Conditions
3 years
70 days
30 days
2 years
60 days
30 days
Extreme
Conditions
180 days
30 days
15 days
90 days
30 days
15 days
Note:
A. Standard conditions: 8 hours operation per day, normal or light loading, clear and 40°C
ambient conditions.
B. Severe conditions: 24-hour operation per day or light shock loading, vibration or in dirty or
dusty conditions.
C. Extreme conditions: With heavy shock loading or vibration or dusty conditions.
D. For double shielded bearings, above data (lubrication frequency) means that the
bearing must be replaced.
3. Be sure fittings are clean and free from dirt. Using a low-pressure grease gun, pump in the
recommended grease until new grease appears at grease discharge hole.
4. Use the POLYUREA grease unless special grease is specified on the nameplate.
5. If re-lubrication is to be performed with the motor running, stay clear of rotating parts. After
re-greasing, allow the motor to run for ten to thirty minutes.
RENEWAL PARTS
1. Use only genuine TECO-Westinghouse renewal parts or as recommended by TECOWestinghouse Motor Company.
2. When you order renewal parts please specify complete information to TECO-Westinghouse
office/agent such as type, frame no., poles, horsepower, voltage, series no., quantity, etc.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT
TECO-WESTINGHOUSE MOTOR COMPANY
Round Rock, TX
800-873-8326
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