Faac 844 R 230Vac sliding motor for gate up to 1800Kg

Faac 844 R 230Vac sliding motor for gate up to 1800Kg

Faac 844 R gearmotor for sliding gates with max weight of 1,800kg  is designed for on rack applications, includes a gear motor without pinion and without control board, limit switch plates for mechanical assembly, release key.

- The FAAC 844 gearmotor is designed to move commercial or industrial gates in the simplest, most convenient way.

- The special twin-disk anti-crushing clutch in an oil-bath, enables thrust adjustment from 0 to 110 daN. As the gearmotor is non reversing, no electric locks need be installed and, in the event of power failure the key operated release device makes it possible to open and close the gate manually.

- Constant, complete oil-bath lubrication of mechanical components plus assembly in a high resistance pressure cast aluminium body ensure a very long life.

- Electronic programming is by 3 push buttons and an LED display making installation set up easy. The control board is contained in a separate protective housing inside the operator and a patented cable gland protects.

Technical
IP Rating 44
Max Gate Weight 1800Kg
Max Speed 9.5m/min
Motor Voltage 230Vac
Work Cycle 70

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  • Brand: Faac
  • Product Code: 109838
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