Lincoln LM32740

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Category: General PurposeProduct Line: Three Phase ODPHP: 10
KW: 7.50RPM: 3600Voltage: 230/460
Enclosure: ODPFrame: 213TMotor Standards: NEMA
Phase: 3HP: 10 Insulation Class: F
KW: 7.50Motor Standards: NEMAMotor Type: AC Motor
Mount: RIGIDNameplate: 081307Nema Design: B
Paint: GRAY - LINCOLNHertz: 60Pole: 2
RPM: 3600Service Factor: 1.25Space Heaters: Optional
Thermostats Thermistors: Consult ManufacturerVoltage: 230/460Weight: 138
Wire: K213282Enclosure: ODPBearings DE: 6307
Bearings NDE: 6206C Dimension: 18.00Direction of Rotation: REV
Duty: S1Efficiency: Premium EfficiencyAmbient Teperature: 40
Frame: 213TFrame Material: Cast ironFull Load Amps: 24.0
Full Load Efficiency: 89.5

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Power Factor 75%: 87.5Power Factor 50%: 81Power Factor 100%: 90
No Load Current: 3.5KVA Code: HFull Load Speed: 3515
Efficiency 75%: 89.5Efficiency 50%: 88.5Efficiency 100%: 89.5

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LM32740 Crossovers

Leeson 170143.60


Category: General Purpose

Product Line: Three Phase ODP

Motor Standards: NEMA

HP: 10

KW: 7.5

RPM: 3600

Voltage: 208/230/460

Enclosure: ODP

Frame: 213T

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Leeson 140753.00


Category: General Purpose

Product Line: Three Phase ODP

Motor Standards: NEMA

HP: 10

KW: 7.50

RPM: 3600

Voltage: 208/230/460

Enclosure: ODP

Frame: 213T

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General Electric E7016


Category: General Purpose

Product Line: Energy Saver

Motor Standards: NEMA

HP: 10

KW: 7.46

RPM: 3600

Voltage: 230/460

Enclosure: ODP

Frame: 213T

General Electric E750


Category: General Purpose

Product Line: Energy Saver

Motor Standards: NEMA

HP: 10

KW: 7.46

RPM: 3600

Voltage: 230/460

Enclosure: ODP

Frame: 213T

The Lincoln LM32740 electric motor has 10 HP, 3600 RPM, 230/460 Voltage, 213T Frame & ODP Enclosure. LM32740 has 11 Crossovers. Visit our Lincoln Catalog. Discuss LM32740 with a community of industry professionals on our Lincoln forum.