Condenser Fan Motor, 1/10 HP, 825 rpm, 60Hz
Average Rating: 4
|Item||Condenser Fan Motor|
|Enclosure||Totally Enclosed Air-Over|
|Number of Speeds||1|
|Full Load Amps||1.1-1.2|
|Max. Ambient Temp.||60 Degrees C|
|Length Less Shaft||4-7/8"|
|Stud Pattern||3 5/8 x 3 5/8"|
|Shaft Type||Double Flat|
|Features||Reversing Plug, Totally Enclosed Endshields with Removable Drain Plugs|
|Standards||UL Recognized (E47479), CSA Certified (225293)|
- Commercial-duty motors feature higher starting torque, cooler running temperature, and reversing plug. Open air-over motors have totally enclosed shaft endshield and shell (except 460V motors). Opposite endshield is open. Shaft up/down motors have both endshields totally enclosed with removable drain plugs. Can be mounted vertically or horizontally. Shafts are double flat (90 apart). Dayton motors feature slinger on shaft. All models are suitable for outdoor air conditioner condensers and refrigeration condensers. 2-speed models can be used on heat pumps.
- UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
- Stud pattern: 3-5/8" x 3-5/8", except 4MB79 is 4-1/8" x 4-1/8" Body dia.: 48 frame, 5-5/8"; 56 frame, 6-1/2" Service factor: 1.0 Max. ambient: 60 C Thermal protection: auto Rotation: CW/CCW Duty: continuous air-over
Average Product Rating: 4based on 1 reviews
Oil every 5 years, that's not going to happen.Tuesday, August 05, 2008
The leads are a little sort for my application (AC condenser fan). It doesn't have a way to attach a conduit. It needs oil every 5 years like that is going to happen.
It is available.
Short leads, not way to attach conduit, requires oil!