EC axial fan - HyBlade

Motor: M3G084-FA

Technical description
Weight 12.7 kg
Motor size 84
Size 450 mm
Rotor surface Painted black
Electronics housing material Die-cast aluminum, painted black
Impeller material PA plastic, sheet-metal plate painted black
Support ring material Stainless steel
Fan housing material Sheet steel, galvanized and coated with black plastic (RAL 9005)
Number of blades 5
Airflow direction A
Direction of rotation Clockwise, viewed toward rotor
Degree of protection IP55
Insulation class "F"
Moisture (F) / Environmental (H) protection class H3
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 None
Mode S1
Motor bearing Ball bearing / (sealed)
Technical features - Output 10 VDC, max. 10 mA - Alarm relay - Integrated PID controller - Run monitoring - Power limiter - Motor current limitation - Emergency operation - PFC, passive - RS-485 MODBUS-RTU - Soft start - EEPROM write cycles: 100,000 maximum - Control input 0-10 VDC / PWM - Control interface with SELV potential safely disconnected from the mains - Overvoltage detection - Thermal overload protection for electronics/motor - Line undervoltage / phase failure detection
EMC regulations according to EN 50121-3-2
Touch current according to IEC 60990 (measuring circuit Fig. 4, TN system) <= 3,5 mA
Motor protection Thermal overload protector (TOP) internally connected
with cable Lateral
Protection class I (with customer connection of protective earth)
Conformity with standards EN 15085-1, CPC3; EN 45545-2, HL3; EN 50155; EN 61373, Cat. 1B
Approval EAC
Comment A prerequisite for operation is a Class 1 vehicle electrical system architecture according to EN 50533; if supply potential (e.g. 230 VAC) is passed through the alarm relay, the SELV signal wires lose their property of reinforced insulation and they then have only basic insulation|The SELV property (reinforced insulation) is not lost when voltages of up to 110 VDC are passed through the alarm relay.