Chain drives EM AC

EM AC

230 V motor unit for bottom-hung, top-hung and side-hung as soon as flat windows for daily ventilation



features


• slim, linear housing
• integrated AC power supply unit
• overload protection
• opening mechanics with stainless steel chain, maintenance-free
• noncorrosive external elements
• TÜV type approved


Artikel-Nummer
EM/327-300N/S/AC (2108298)

different variants:


419mm Hub (2108322), 511mm Hub (2108355), 603mm Hub (2108389), 810mm Hub (2109112), EM/327-300N/W/AC (2108280), 419mm Hub (2108314), 511mm Hub (2108348), 603mm Hub (2108371), 810mm Hub (2109113)

ventilation:

Lueftung

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technical voltage

230 / 240 V AC / 50 Hz

technical draw

approx. 0.225 amp at 300 N load

cut-off

Cut-off „closed“: integrated electronic power cut-off
Cut-off „open“: built-in limit switch

pressing force

max. 300 N, EM/810 = max. 100 N

tractive force

max. 300 N

nominal clamping force

3000 N

stroke width

327, 419, 511, 603, 810 mm

min. casement height at stroke length

(dependent on profile cross-section and thickness)
327 mm = 445 mm
419 mm = 590 mm
511 mm = 725 mm
603 mm = 855 mm
810 mm = 1100 mm

dimensions

EM/327-419 = 636 x 40 x 40 mm
EM/511-603 = 820 x 40 x 40 mm
EM/810(S) = 1011 x 40 x 40 mm

speed of operation

approx. 9 mm/sec. at rating load and nominal load

power supply cable

3 x 0.75 mm²; length approx. 5 m; black

start-up time

60 sec. (ED/ON), 120 sec. (AD/OFF)

service life


range of temperature

- 10 °C to + 60 °C

IP protection class

IP 20 according to DIN EN 60 529

housing

aluminium

colour

powder-coated, white (RAL 9016) or silver grey (RAL 9006)

special colours

RAL colours on request

included in delivery


type of construction tested

TÜV, Registration-No. 44 780 08 362 662-002

acoustical measurement


dimensional drawing DXF


EM N AC D EM_N_AC_D.dxf (832.0 KiB)
Hinweis zum Einbau

Note:
Load-displacement diagram

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