IMPELLER MTRZD 175X47MM 230VAC

R2E175-AC77-18

Manufacturer Part NumberR2E175-AC77-18
DescriptionIMPELLER MTRZD 175X47MM 230VAC
ManufacturerEBM-Papst Industries Inc
SeriesR2E175
R2E175-AC77-18 datasheets
 


Specifications of R2E175-AC77-18

Bearing TypeBallVoltage Rating230VAC
Power (watts)70WSize / DimensionRound - 175mm Dia x 47mm W
Termination2 Wire LeadsFan TypeMotorized Impellers
Termination Style70 dB(A)Air Flow320.0 CFM (9.06m³/min)
Weight3 lbs (1.4kg)Noise70 dB(A)
External Depth47mmExternal Diameter175mm
Current TypeACSupply Voltage230VAC
Flow Rate320CFMNoise Rating70dBA
Power Connection TypeLead WiresProductImpellers
Diameter175mmFlow Rate - Imperial320CFM
Rohs CompliantYesLead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
Rpm-Static Pressure-
Other namesR2E175AC7718  
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Safety instructions
for AC built-in fans
The device type, date of manufacture (calendar week/model year) and the conform-
ity sign are located on the type plate on the fan.
For questions about the fan, please provide the entire content of the type plate.
ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
Bachmühle 2
D-74673 Mulfingen, Germany
Phone: +49 7938 / 81-0
Fax: +49 7938 / 81-110
info1@de.ebmpapst.com
www.ebmpapst.com
Revised: 2011-03-18
Version 3.1
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY REGULATIONS AND NOTES
1.1 Hazard levels of warnings
1.2 Staff qualification
1.3 Basic safety rules
1.4 Electrical voltage and current
1.5 Safety and protective functions
1.6 Electromagnetic radiation
1.7 Mechanical movement
1.8 Emissions
1.9 Hot surface
1.10 Transport
1.11 Storage
1.12 Disposal
2. PROPER USE
3. CONNECTION AND START-UP
3.1 Connecting the mechanical system
3.2 Connecting the electrical system
3.3 Checking the connections
3.4 Switching on the device
3.5 Switching off the device
4. MAINTENANCE, MALFUNCTIONS, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REMEDIES 5
4.1 Safety examination
1. SAFETY REGULATIONS AND NOTES
Please read these operating instructions carefully before starting to work with the
device. Observe the following warnings to prevent malfunctions or physical damage
to both property and people.
These operating instructions are to be regarded as part of this device.
If the device is sold or transferred, the operating instructions must
accompany it.
These operating instructions may be duplicated and forwarded for
information about potential dangers and their prevention.
1.1 Hazard levels of warnings
These operating instructions use the following hazard levels to indicate potentially
hazardous situations and important safety regulations:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury. Compliance with the measures
is mandatory.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury. Exercise extreme caution while
working.
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CAUTION
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Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
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result in minor or moderate injury or property damage.
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NOTE
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A potentially harmful situation can occur and, if not avoided, can lead
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to property damage.
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1.2 Staff qualification
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Only specialised electrical personnel may install the device, perform the test run
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and work on the electrical system.
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Only trained and authorised specialist personnel are permitted to transport, unpack,
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assemble, operate or maintain the device, or to use it in any other manner.
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1.3 Basic safety rules
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Any safety hazards stemming from the device must be
re-evaluated once it is installed in the end device.
Observe the following when working on the unit:
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➜ Do not make any modifications, additions or conversions to the device without
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the approval of ebm-papst.
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1.4 Electrical voltage and current
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Check the electrical equipment of the device at regular intervals.
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Remove loose connections and defective cables immediately.
DANGER
Electrical load on the device
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Electric shock
➜ Stand on a rubber mat if you are working on an electrically
loaded device.
WARNING
Terminals and connections have voltage even in a unit that is
shut off
Electric shock
➜ Wait five minutes after disconnecting the voltage at all poles
before touching the unit.
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R2E175-AC77-18 Summary of contents

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    Safety instructions for AC built-in fans The device type, date of manufacture (calendar week/model year) and the conform- ity sign are located on the type plate on the fan. For questions about the fan, please provide the entire content of ...

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    CAUTION The motor restarts automatically when operating voltage is applied, e.g. after a power failure. Danger of injury ➜ Keep out of the danger zone of the device. ➜ When working on the device, switch off the mains supply voltage ...

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    PROPER USE The device is exclusively designed as a built-in device for moving air according to its technical data. Any other or secondary use is deemed improper and constitutes a misuse of the device. Installations on the customer's side ...

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    Prerequisites ➜ Check whether the data on the type plate agree with the connection data. ➜ Before connecting the device, ensure that the mains supply voltage matches the fan voltage. ➜ Only use cables designed for current according to the ...

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    MAINTENANCE, MALFUNCTIONS, POSSIBLE CAUSES AND REME- DIES Do not perform any repairs on your device. Return the fan to ebm-papst for repair or exchange. WARNING Terminals and connections have voltage even in a unit that is shut off Electric ...