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Old 09-16-2016, 09:21 AM   #1
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I am a dog musher and compete on the biggest stage in sprint mushing. I have built a large carousel to train my sled dogs. The Holland we call it. She is about 20' tall and almost 80' across. I took a semi trucks axle and inverted it. Then built a receiver to insert 10 36' arms into. I have 2 perimeter fences that run 6' apart. The arms have panels that hang on each arm and rides in between the 2 perimeter fences. Tre dogs will be loose in between each panel.The only torque will be the turning of the wheel. To start it to turn is 250 in pounds. I need this to start smooth and slow and pick up until at desired speed. it must be reversible and remote if passable. Sorry so long. The Holland is about 200' from my power source of 220v. I would like to run my motor on a VFD and would like suggestions. i have read that i would want to dobble my amp size x 2 because of the hard start up, not sure. Here are the motor specks and gear reducer. it is a 1HP SEW-EURODRIVE INVERTER/VECTOR DUTY, TEFC 3PH 230YY/460Y, (don't know what the Y stands for), amps 3.70/1.86, RPM 300-1800/10-60HZ, Code J, S.F 1.0, Duty CONT., Ins Class H, Design letter B, Ambient 40*c. The gear reducer info is, IN CT 300-1800rpm OUT 10-63,torque 1065lb-in Service Factor 1.7. thanks in advance for a mucher spinning his wheels
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