AMETEK LAMB Brushed DC Motor, 3.36 kW, 12 V dc, 16.3 Nm, 4100 rpm, 19.02mm Shaft Diameter

  • RS Stock No. 921-3738
  • Mfr. Part No. MUR-6302
  • Manufacturer AMETEK LAMB
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): MX
Product Details

Ametek Lamb Series Wound

A range of Ametek Lamb series-wound Prestolite motors. With efficiency and durability a strong point, these motors are perfect for your application. With 12 V and 24 V both available, various models provide apt specifications for your convenience. All models are highly reliable and excellent quality.

Permanent Magnet Motors

Suitable for motion, movement or positioning applications, where the user can select the drive or gearbox unit to be fitted.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Supply Voltage 12 V dc
DC Motor Type Brushed
Power Rating 3.36 kW
Output Speed 4100 rpm
Shaft Diameter 19.02mm
Maximum Output Torque 16.3 Nm
Width 114.3 (Dia.)mm
Depth 227.5mm
Dimensions 114.3 (Dia.) x 227.5 mm
Current Rating 400 A
Series MUR
Core Construction Series Wound
On back order for despatch 21/07/2020, delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
HK$ 2,489.46
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
HK$2,489.46
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