GN shaft vs GE shaft?

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GN shaft vs GE shaft?

Post by Robinson » Mon May 07, 2018 11:24 pm


What is the difference between the GE pinion shaft and the GN pinion shaft of your AC motors? Can you separate the motor from the clutch brake assembly of CBI560-801WU and buy a different motor with a different voltage as long as the pinion shafts match?

Please help.

I did not find the right solution from the internet.

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Re: GN shaft vs GE shaft?

Post by om_tech_support_KR » Tue May 08, 2018 9:46 am

Hi Robinson,

The difference of the GN and GE pinions styles is that the GN is used on our smaller AC motors 1-40 Watt and the larger motors 60 and 90 Watt use the GE pinion styles.

For our clutch brake motors you can't buy the motor only it has to come assembled with the clutch brake assembly. We do offer 60 Watt clutch brake motors with single phase 200 VAC and three phase 200/220 VAC input.

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