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Custom Design Clutches & Brakes – PC Series


PC Series Clutch

Current is carried through brushes and the collector ring to the rotating magnet. The PC design is less expensive than the SF design.

These units, when used in conjunction with the correct Warner Electric conduit box, meet the standards set of UL508 and are listed under guide card #NMTR2, file #59164. These units are CSA certified under file #LR11543.

 

Manuals and Specifications


CatalogWarner Electric PC Series Clutch Catalog
Out of stock

  • pc-1000-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1000
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 240 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 3,600 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .500 – 2.500

Out of stock

  • pc-1000-heavy-duty-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1000
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 240 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 3,600 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .500 – 2.500

Out of stock

  • pc-1225-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1225
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 465 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 3,000 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .937 – 3.000

Out of stock

  • pc-1225-heavy-duty-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1225
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 465 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 3,000 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .937 – 3.000

Out of stock

  • pc-1525-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1525
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 700 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 2,000 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .937 – 3.000

Out of stock

  • pc-1525-heavy-duty-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-1525
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 700 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 2,000 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .937 – 3.000

Out of stock

  • pc-500-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-500
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 40 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 5,400 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .500 – 1.250

Out of stock

  • pc-825-clutch
  • PC Series
  • Model Size: pc-825
  • Voltage: 6/24/90 VDC
  • Static Torque: 125 lb.ft.
  • Max RPM: 4,000 rpm
  • Shaft Size: .500 – 1.625

Out of stock

PC Series Clutch PC-825 Heavy Duty Current is carried through brushes and the collector ring to the rotating magnet. The PC design is less expensive than the SF design. These units, when used in conjunction with the correct Warner Electric conduit box, meet the standards set of UL508 and are listed under guide card #NMTR2, [...]