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Ship winch SONAR
oceanographic researchhydraulic driveelectric drive

ship winch
ship winch
ship winch
ship winch
ship winch
ship winch
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Application domain
for ships
oceanographic research
Drive mechanism
hydraulic drive, electric drive


Principle of Operation: The winch barrel is mounted on an externally toothed slewing bearing. The bearing is driven by a pinon mounted on the output shaft of a SEW Electric Geared Motor fitted with a failsafe brake unit. The brake, being failsafe, always defaults to on should, for any reason, electrical supply is lost the brake will automatically be applied. The Level wind electrically driven from the 0.75 kW SEW Electric gearmotor. The level wind is PLC controlled, is automatic with a manual override. The Level wind can be adjusted to accept a variety of cable diameters if required. Speed control is continuously variable in increments of less than 0.05 m/s via the proportional joystick and a HMI displays Line Speed, Line Load, Line Out and Line In. 5Te - 5500m Datasheet Weight without cable 6200 Kg Cable diameter 17.3 mm Capacity 5500 m Line speed - First Layer 45 m/min Line speed - Top Layer 76 m/min WLL - First Layer 5657 Kg WLL - Top Layer 3360 Kg Brake Minimum 1.5 WLL - First Layer 10498 Kg Brake Minimum 1.5 WLL - Top Layer 6236 Kg Supply Required 380-440V-3 Ph- 50/60 Hz Level Wind Electrical Motor 45 Kw IP56 IE3 Level Wind Electrical Motor 0.75 Kw IP56 IE3 Level wind Electrically automatic pulse driven level wind with manual adjustment Dimensions (LxWxH) 3120 x 2400 x 2448 mm Footprint 3120 x 2400 mm Slip ring Designed to accept Trolex TX4847 or similar not within scope of supply Cable Lead-off Angle+/-15° Horizontal plane Min -10° Max + 20° Vertical plane Frame details Crash frame with guards, fork lifting pockets and certified lifting lugs


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