Looking for help understanding a motor nameplate

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guybatt234

Joined Jan 8, 2023
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Hello,
I'm trying to find the correct motor for a project we are building - but I'm confused how to read the RPM from the nameplate.
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As you can see there are 2 different RPMs listed on the plate. Which one should normally apply? We are using 230v supply.

Many thanks for you help,
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panic mode

Joined Oct 10, 2011
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that is a nameplate of a gearmotor meant to operate at 50Hz. so the motor speed 1410RPM, gearbox output is 37RPM suggesting gear ratio is 38.1:1
 

MisterBill2

Joined Jan 23, 2018
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Given the ratio of the speeds given, 57 RPM and 1.41 RPM?it seems that it may be a dual output gear box. OR that may be the actual ratio: 37/1.41. But that does not seem reasonable.
 
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