W3G800DO8135

W3G800-DO81-35

EC axial fan - HyBlade

Motor: M3G112-IA

Technical description
Weight 20 kg
Motor size 112
Size 800 mm
Rotor surface Painted black
Electronics housing material Die-cast aluminum, painted black
Blade material Press-fitted, painted sheet steel blank, sprayed with PP plastic
Support ring material Steel, galvanized and coated with black plastic (RAL 9005)
Fan housing material Sheet steel, galvanized and coated with black plastic (RAL 9005)
Number of blades 5
Airflow direction A
Direction of rotation Counterclockwise, viewed toward rotor
Degree of protection IP54
Insulation class "B"
Moisture (F) / Environmental (H) protection class H2+
Max. permitted ambient temp. for motor (transport/storage) +80 °C
Min. permitted ambient temp. for motor (transport/storage) -40 °C
Installation position Shaft horizontal or rotor on top; rotor on bottom on request
Condensation drainage holes On stator side
Mode S1
Motor bearing Ball bearing
Technical features - Output 10 VDC, max. 10 mA - Output 20 VDC, max. 50 mA - Output for slave 0-10 V - Operation and alarm display - Selection of direction of rotation left/right - Input for sensor 0-10 V or 4-20 mA - External 24 V input (parameter setting) - Alarm relay - Integrated PID controller - Motor current limitation - PFC, active - RS-485 MODBUS-RTU - Soft start - Control input 0-10 VDC / PWM - Control interface with SELV potential safely disconnected from supply - Thermal overload protection for electronics/motor - Line undervoltage / phase failure detection
EMC immunity to interference According to EN 61000-6-2 (industrial environment)
EMC circuit feedback According to EN 61000-3-2/3
EMC interference emission According to EN 61000-6-4 (industrial environment)
Touch current according to IEC 60990 (measuring circuit Fig. 4, TN system) <= 3,5 mA
Electrical hookup Terminal box
Motor protection Thermal overload protector (TOP) internally connected
Protection class I (with customer connection of protective earth)
Conformity with standards EN 61800-5-1 / CE
Approval EAC