2DR2 - Rope Drive System R2

0.18 kW

R2 Rope Drive System A - 230 VAC - 50 Hz power supplyB1 - Opening limit switchB2 - Closing limit switch
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R2 Rope Drive System On the right, the fixing of the engine to the 1T01 - TRX Rail with the rope traction sheave and the integrated spring cord tensioner.
R2 Rope Drive System 2QEW - W panel board2QE - Generic or custom Panel board2QEM-7G1-15A - 230 VAC - 50 Hz power supplyB1 - Opening limit switchB2 - Closing limit switch
R2 Rope Drive System is an engine for small and medium sized Traveller curtains.
It is designed for TRX type Track systems and is designed for attachment to one end of the rail.
The rope traction pulley is directly engaged on the main shaft of the gearmotor.
The components are therefore limited to the essentials with important benefits for costs and reliability.
Standard power supply and control are carried out by means of the variable speed 2QEW - W panel board which disposes of various additional control options (remote control, DMX, etc.).
The 2DR2 motor is therefore the ideal component for the no-frills and cost-effective automation of a professional-type Track system.
385 x 180 x 337 mm
13.5 kg
0.18 kW
21 Nm
Power supply
1 x 230 VAC - 50 Hz
- power cable with connector
- No. 2 limit switch cables with connectors
- built-in spring cord tensioner
- pulley for 3E - Poly rope Ø 8 mm
- bolts for fixing to 1T01 - TRX Rail
- variable speed 0.0 ÷ 0.6 m / s (with 2QEW - W panel board)
- noise level CEI EN 60034-9 Standards
- for curtains weighing up to 125 kg (straight layout)
- for curtains weighing up to 100 kg (curved layout)

Control system
Optional control parts
- 2QER - Push-button panel
- 2RC - Remote control C
- 2QEP - Remote pendant
- 2QEX - DMX512 controller

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