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JEGS 3010

JEGS Impulse 9 Series Wound DC Motor

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Impulse 9 Series Wound DC Motor
  • Diameter: 9.25"
  • Overall Length: 17.07"
  • Motor Length: 13.6"
  • Weight: 133 lbs.
  • Double Ended Shaft
  • 3 Position Timing
  • Advanced Timing Position
  • 0.875" CE Shaft Diameter
  • Made in the USA
  • JEGS 3010 Details

    Impulse 9 Motor

      Features:
    • Normally open (NO) temperature snap switch set to close at 120° C
    • 1/2"-20 hole in the DE end-bell for the addition of a RPM sensor
    • Temperature thermistor (normally mounted 180° from the temperature snap switch).
      These use recessed plugs with 1/4" male spade connectors.
    • Max recommended vehicle weight: 3400 lbs.
    • Continued RPM: 3500
    • Redline RPM: 5500
    • Max Voltage: 170V
    • Torque @ 300A: 38.7 ft-lbs
    • Short armature stack ~4.5"
    • Diameter: 9.25"
    • Overall Length: 17.07"
    • Motor Length: 13.6"
    • Weight: 133 lbs.
    Note: It is very important for optimal performance and life expectancy to force air cool this motor.

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    3010

    JEGS 9.25 in. Impulse 9 Series Wound DC Motor contains a double ended shaft and is pre-drilled to allow for brush advance in either Neutral, advanced CWDE or advanced CCWDE (standard).

    The commutator bars are securely attached to the arbor, so they will be less likely to lift. The drive shaft is bored for a pilot bearing then drilled & tapped for a 5/16 in.-18 bolt. The tail shaft also has a 1/4 in.-20 bolt hole to mount tach sensors or secure couplers and accessories.

    Class "H" insulation is used throughout the motor. The drive shaft and tail shaft have standard keyways cut into them for ultimate performance.

    Features:

    • 9.25 in. diameter Series Wound DC Motor
    • Tailshaft diameter 0.875 in.
    • Advanced Timing

    What is the Horse power of the JEGS Impulse 9 Series Wound DC Motor?

    Asked by: Babby D
    This motor has a torque rating of - Torque @ 300A: 38.7 ft-lbs.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-03-03

    what size batteries do you need for this

    Asked by: problemchildr6
    You will need to use this battery pack and the controllers that are also required on this page - https://www.jegs.com/p/JEGS/JEGS-Jr-Dragster-EV-Conversion/3740786/10002/-1
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-06-26

    What is the horsepower of your 3010 electric motor?

    Asked by: Zaman
    This motor has a torque rating of - Torque @ 300A: 38.7 ft-lbs.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-02-26
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