Press Release Summary:
Available as standardÂ on 25~90 Watt KII Series single-phase AC motors and both 60 and 100 Watt KIIS Series 3-phase AC motors, Terminal Box facilitates terminal block wiring. Box is slimmer than conventional products and cable outlet can be rotated in 90Â° increments. In addition to doubling permissible torque compared to Work K Series, motors offer longer-life gears and quieter operation.
Original Press Release:
Oriental Motor Introduces KII Series Standard AC Motors With New Terminal Box
Torrance, CA –
Wiring the Terminal Block is Now Easier than Ever
Oriental Motor USA is proud to introduce our new and improved Terminal Box for our 25 W (1/30 HP) ~ 90 W (1/8 HP) KII Series Standard AC motors. The new terminal box is now standard on all KII and KIIS Series AC motors and was designed to make wiring the terminal block easier. It is slimmer than our conventional products and the cable outlet can be rotated in 90° increments.
The benefits of the KII Series motors includes twice the permissible torque compared to the World K Series and allows for downsizing to save space. Additional key features of the KII Series include higher strength, longer life gears to handle larger permissible loads and quieter operation.
The new terminal box is now standard on all 25 W (1/30 HP) up to 90 W (1/8 HP) single-phase KII Series and 60 W (1/12 HP) and 100 W (1/8 HP) three-phase KIIS Series motors.
Visit our web site to learn more about the new KII Series standard AC motors at http://orientalmotor.com/products/ac-motors/kii-series-ac-motors-gear-motors.html.
ABOUT ORIENTAL MOTOR
Since its founding in Japan in 1885, Oriental Motor has been a world leader in motion systems. For over a century we have concentrated on technological advancement and product design improvement—an emphasis evident in the sophisticated devices we market today. Oriental Motor’s sales and service network is international, with offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Domestically, ORIENTAL MOTOR U.S.A. CORP. was established in 1978.
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