This calculation can be used when designing an enclosure for the Dynaserv motor and drive.
Basic heat from the drive will vary between 50 - 70 watts depending on the duty cycle.
Motor heat can be calculated with the following formula:
T(Nm) * 2pi * n(rps) * 1/.7 = watts
T = motor peak torque
n = operating speed in revolutions per second (rps)