Condenser Fan Motor, 1/12to1/8HP, 1075 rpm
Average Rating: 1
|Item||Condenser Fan Motor|
|Motor Type||Permanent Split Capacitor|
|Enclosure||Totally Enclosed Air Over|
|HP||1/12 to 1/8|
|Number of Speeds||1|
|Full Load Amps||0.9|
|Max. Ambient Temp.||60 Degrees C|
|Length Less Shaft||4"|
|Stud Pattern||4-5/16, 4-7/16, 4-5/8"|
|Lead Length||36 to 39"|
|Shaft Orientation||All Angle|
|Features||Multi Mounting System, Reversing Plug, Shaft Slinger, All Angle Mount, Extra Mounting Studs, Nuts, Drain Plugs|
|RPM Range||1000 to 1380|
|Standards||UL Recognized (E46412), CSA Certified (LR43341)|
- Motors replace 4.33", 4.42", and 4.62" mounting bolt circle without having to change capacitors or follow complicated wiring diagrams. Energy-efficient PSC design with high-efficiency rating ensures performance in elevated temperatures.
- UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
- 42 Frame (5" body dia.) Enclosure: totally enclosed air-over Mounting: stud/band/hole Service factor: 1.0 Insulation: Class B Max. ambient: 60 C Thermal protection: auto Duty: continuous air-over Bearings: ball
Average Product Rating: 1based on 1 reviews
No color coded wiring diagramSunday, August 11, 2013
It doesn't do any damn good if you don't tell me which colored wires go to what. It's got a white, brown, black, and a short green ground wire (I replaced). Black goes to "T1", Brown goes to "FAN" on dual-capacitor, now where does the "WHITE" wire go. The diagram shows "RED" from fan to "T2". No Red exists? It's been 3 weeks testing and finding the diagram for my older model. I was sent a diagram and it doesn't even come close to the original. It was so weather beaten, dry, cracked, and wrinkled, the only thing I could identify (with magnifiers); was 3 letters "PUR". PUR being purple!
The product is great, I know because I used to work quality control for A.O. Smith in Kankakee, IL
Instruction on what color wires replace the old colors from the old diagram. Coleman or whoever needs to keep all diagrams on file 30 yrs.