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See Below for Magneclutch® and Magnebrake® Engineering Specifications


Magneclutch® Engineering Specifications / Ordering Information

Inertia (WK2) Rotating
Member (lb.-ft.2) x 102
Coil Data
(Input Voltages 90VDC)(4)
Rated
Torque
(lb.-ft.)
ModelMountingType of
Cooling
Heat
Dissipation
at 1800 RPM
(Watts)(5)
Max
Oper.
Speed
(RPM)(6)
Non-Excited
Drag Torque
(lb.-ft.)
OuterInnerWgt.
Approx.
(lbs.)
Current
Amperes
Resistance
Ohms @ 20C
1 1MC90B Base Convection 46 5000 0.03 0.08 0.07 4 0.18 365
5 5MC90B Base Convection 136 6000 0.05 0.70 0.91 15 0.21 306
7 7MC90C C-Face (1) Convection 300 3600 0.25 2.0 3.3 21 0.26 334
7 7MCA90C C-Face (1) Forced Air 940 3600 0.25 2.0 3.3 29 0.26 334
10 10MC90B-20 Base Convection 500 3600 0.15 4.0 2.3 26 0.25 273
10 10MC90F-20 Flange (8) Convection 500 3600 0.15 4.0 2.3 28 0.25 273
10 10MCA90B-20 Base Forced Air 785 3600 0.15 4.0 2.3 33 0.25 273
10 10MCA90F-20 Flange (8) Forced Air 785 3600 0.15 4.0 2.3 36 0.25 273
10 10MCW90B-20 Base Water 2500 3600 0.15 4.0 2.2 26 0.25 273
50 50MC90B-20 Base Convection 1050 3600 0.40 24.0 18.0 57 0.53 127
50 50MC90F-20 Flange (2) Convection 1050 3600 0.40 24.0 17.0 61 0.53 127
50 50MCA90B-20 Base Forced Air 1350 3600 0.40 24.0 18.0 67 0.53 127
50 50MCW90B-20 Base Water 3000 3600 0.80 24.0 17.0 57 0.53 127
100 100MC90B-20 Base Convection 1100 3600 1.0 68.0 46.0 98 1.0 68
100 100MC90F-20 Flange (7) Convection 1100 3600 1.0 68.0 46.0 98 1.0 68
100 100MCA90B-20 Base Forced Air 1700 3600 1.0 68.0 46.0 110 1.0 68
100 100MCA90F-20 Flange (7) Forced Air 1700 3600 1.0 68.0 46.0 110 1.0 68
100 100MCW90B-20 Base Water 4500 3600 1.5 68.0 46.0 98 1.0 68
200 200MC90B Base Convection 860 3600 2.0 175.0 201.0 253 0.92 51
200 200MCA90B Base Forced Air 1700 3600 2.0 175.0 201.0 305 0.92 51
200 200MCW90B Base Water 3600 1500 (3) 2.0 175.0 178.0 230 1.32 51

Magneclutch® Specifications Notes:

(1) Utilize NEMA 56C motor.
(2) Utilize NEMA 213TC or 215TC frame motors.
(3) Higher operating speeds obtainable with special fittings.
(4)Coils for other voltages wound to order.
(5) The data given represents the average, continuous dissipation capacity of units operating under slip conditions.
(6) Applications requiring continuous operation below 30 RPM should be referred to factory for evaluation.
(7) Utilize NEMA 254TC or 256TC frame motors.
(8) Utilize NEMA 140TC frame motors.




Magnebrake® Engineering Specifications / Ordering Information

Inertia (WK2) Rotating
Member (lb.-ft.2) x 102
Coil Data
(Input Voltages 90VDC)(2)
Rated
Torque
(lb.-ft.)
ModelMountingType of
Cooling
Heat
Dissipation
at 1800 RPM
(Watts)(3)
Max
Oper.
Speed
(RPM)(4)
Non-Excited
Drag Torque
(lb.-ft.)
OuterInnerWgt.
Approx.
(lbs.)
Current
Amperes
Resistance
Ohms @ 20C
5 5MB90S-10 Shaft Convection 100 4000 0.15 - 1.1 7 0.15 460
5 5MBA90S-10 Shaft Forced Air 400 4000 0.15 - 1.1 15 0.15 460
10 10MB90B-20 Base Convection 500 3600 0.15 4.0 - 26 0.25 273
10 10MBA90B-20 Base Forced Air 785 3600 0.15 4.0 - 33 0.25 273
10 10MBW90B20 Base Water 2500 3600 0.15 4.0 - 26 0.25 273
25 25MB90S Shaft Convection 140 4000 0.40 - 7.0 17 0.48 142
25 25MB90C C-Face (1) Convection 300 3600 0.50 - 4.5 21 0.26 334
25 25MBA90S Shaft Forced Air 500 3600 0.40 - 7.0 25 0.48 142
25 25MBA90C C-Face (1) Forced Air 750 3600 0.50 - 4.5 29 0.26 334
50 50MB90S Shaft Convection 200 3500 0.70 - 40.0 48 0.30 230
50 50MB90B-20 Base Convection 1050 3600 0.40 24.0 - 57 0.53 127
50 50MBA90S Shaft Forced Air 1000 3500 0.70 - 40.0 55 0.30 230
50 50MBA90B-20 Base Forced Air 1350 3600 0.40 24.0 - 67 0.53 127
50 50MBW90B-20 Base Water 3000 3600 0.40 24.0 - 57 0.53 127
75 75MB90S Shaft Convection 600 2600 2.0 - 65.0 60 0.99 70
75 75MBA90S Shaft Forced Air 1100 2600 2.0 - 65.0 70 0.99 70
100 100MB90B-20 Base Convection 1100 3600 1.0 68.0 - 98 1.0 68
100 100MBA90B-20 Base Forced Air 1700 3600 1.0 68.0 - 110 1.0 68
100 100MBW90B-20 Base Water 4500 3600 1.0 68.0 - 98 1.0 68

Magnebrake® Specifications Notes:

(1) Utilize NEMA 56C motor.
(2) Coils for other voltages wound to order.
(3) The data given represents the average, continuous dissipation capacity of units operating under slip conditions.
(4) Applications requiring continuous operation below 30 RPM should be referred to factory for evaluation.