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Rigid Shaft Coupling, Two Piece Clamp Type, Without Keyway, Bore Dia 5/8 x 1/2 In, Overall Length 2 In, Outside Dia 1 5/16 In, Clearance Dia 1.514 In, Screw Size #10-32 In, Max Torque 1600 In-Lb, Black Oxide Steel
 

is the shaft copler 2APV7 a step down coupler 5/8" to 1/2"

Yes, it is ½” on one side and 5/8” on the other.
1 week, 2 days ago
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DC Gearmotor, Voltage 24VDC, Nameplate RPM 45, Max. Torque 28 in.-lb., Overhung Load 20 lb., Input HP 1/50, Gear Ratio 146.3:1, Full Load Amps 1.40, Insulation Class B, Vented Enclosure, None Thermal Protection, All Position Mounting, Motor Type Permanent Magnet DC, For Industrial and Agricultural Valve Actuators
 

What is the life expectancy of the motor?

There are many factors that affect the life expectancy of any electric motor. These factors can include input power problems, improper mechanical installations, malfunctions in the load, environmental factors, among others. Assuming that the motor is being operated under normal conditions, sized correctly for the application and within the manufacturer’s design requirements, it can last 15 years or more.
2 weeks, 2 days ago
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DC Speed Control, Shunt Wound Volts 100/200VDC, Voltage Output 90/180VDC, Input Voltage 115/230VAC, Chassis Enclosure, 1/4 to 1, 1/8 to 1/2, Speed Range 50:1, Max. Amps 5, Dynamic Braking No, Linear Acceleration Fixed 6 sec., Linear Deceleration Fixed 6 sec., Rotation Single Direction, Mount Type Chassis, Height 4.25 In., Depth 1.3 In., Width 3.63 In., -10 Degrees to 45 Degrees C, None
 

What is IR

IR Compensation Adjustable
IR stands for Internal Resistance. When changing the speed of a DC motor you change the voltage, when you do that ohms law will cause the amps to change due to resistance change in the motor. The IR comp will adjust the internal resistance to prevent a large drop in amps.
3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Condenser Fan Motor, Motor Design PSC, Motor Enclosure Design Totally Enclosed Air-Over, 1/4 HP, RPM Range 1001-1100, Nameplate RPM 1075, Voltage 208-230, 48YZ Frame, Number of Speeds 1, Overall Length 10-7/8 In., Shaft Length 6 In., Motor Mounting Position All Angle, Features Reversing Plug, Totally Enclosed Endshields with Removable Drain Plugs, Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW, Full Load Amps 1.5-1.4, Stud Motor Mounting Type, Motor Thermal Protection Auto, Insulation Class B, Service Factor 1.00
 

Capacitor

What is the range of the capacitor for this motor?
The 4M205 motor will require a Run Capacitor of 5 Microfarad @ 370VAC. There is not any range the Microfarad has to be 5; the voltage may be 370vac or any voltage higher.
3 weeks, 2 days ago
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Belt Drive Motor, Split-Phase, 1/3 HP, Nameplate RPM 1725, Voltage 115/230, 1 Phase, Frame 48, Open Air-Over, Full Load Amps 6.4/3.2, 60 Hz, Cradle Base Motor Mounting Type, Motor Thermal Protection Auto, Insulation Class B, Service Factor 1.35, Ball Bearings, Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C, Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW, Overall Length 9-5/16 In., Shaft Dia. 1/2 In., Shaft Length 1-1/2 In., Includes 5/8 In. dia. Shaft Bushing
 

I'm replacing an attic fan motor with a Century AC motor (230 volt) serial number 325P164. Does this motor use an external capacitor?

That is a split phase motor, split phase motors do not require a capacitor at all.
3 weeks, 3 days ago
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HVAC Motor, Shaded Pole, Open Air-Over, Continuous, 1/20 HP, 1550 Nameplate RPM, 115 Voltage, 3.3 Frame, Service Factor 1.0, Full Load Amps 1.8, 60 Hz, Motor Shaft Rotation CWSE, Insulation Class B, Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C, Number of Speeds 1, Motor Mounting Type Stud, Sleeve Bearings, Motor Thermal Protection Auto, Body Dia. 3.3 In., Shaft Dia. 5/16 In., Shaft Length 2 In., 3-7/16 In., 4/BE, 2 x 2 In., 1, 2 x 2
 

can i get this motor with brackets

There are many types, shapes and sizes of brackets available for this motor, it may be best for you to call Grainger at 1-800-472-4643 and ask to talk to tech support. They will need a better description as to what type of bracket is needed and they will be happy to help you find the proper one.
3 weeks, 4 days ago
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General Purpose Farm Duty Motor, Capacitor-Start, 2 HP, Nameplate RPM 1740, Voltage 115/230, 1 Phase, Frame 182T, Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled, Full Load Amps 24.8/12.4, 60 Hz, Rigid Base Motor Mounting Type, Thermal Protection Manual, Insulation Class F, Service Factor 1.15, Ball Bearings, Max. Ambient Temperature 40 Degrees C, CW/CCW Motor Shaft Rotation, Overall Length 14-7/16 In., Shaft Dia. 1-1/8 In., Shaft Length 2-13/16 In., Frame Material Rolled Steel
 

is this mitor 115 V & 230 V

How would a person switch from 230 V to 115 V
This motor will wire up for 115v or 230v. The wiring instructions are included with the motor. If you require further assistance with wiring up this motor, please call Grainger tech support at 1-800-472-4643 and they will be happy to help.
3 weeks, 4 days ago
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AC Gearmotor, Voltage 115/230VAC, 1 Phase, 50/60 Hz, Single Output Shaft, Nameplate RPM 36, Max. Torque 50 in.-lb., Overhung Load 50 lb., Input HP 1/20, Gear Ratio 47:1, Full Load Amps 0.62/0.33, Insulation Class B, TENV Enclosure, None Thermal Protection, All Position Mounting, Motor Type Permanent Split Capacitor, Unpainted Finish, Die Cast Zinc Housing
 

What is the micro farad rating of the run capacitor for motor 1lpu8

The capacitor ratings for the 1LPU8 motor will be; 7.5 MFD @ 370 Volts.
4 weeks, 2 days ago
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Motor Run Capacitor, 40 Microfarad Rating, 370-440VAC Voltage, 60/50 Hz, Round Shape, 2 In. Diameter, 3-15/16 In. Case Height, 4-7/16 In. Overall Height, 2 In. Overall Width, 2 In. Overall Depth, EIA UL Base S, Terminal Type 1/4 In. Male Quick-Connect, -40 Degrees to 70 Degrees C Temp. Range, Case Material Aluminum, Cover Material Steel, Standards UL Recognized (E185318)
 

Numer of connections

Reference your capacitor 30D621 has only two connection. The capacitor to be replaced has three wires sealed inside the capacitor, two red and one brown. The brown & one red wire connect to the motor and the other red wire connects to a switch. The parts list does not show or identify the switch. The motor is for a Porter-Cable compressor CPF 6025 VP. Do you have capacitor with this rating with three connectors? Current capacitor: Cambridge Capacitors, File No. E128031 C22.2 No. 190, 9768399AKP2
On your capacitor the two reds go to the same place. The 30D621 has two sets of terminals but it has 4 connectors on each set of terminals, two wires will go to one set of terminals and one wire will go to the other set of terminals.
4 weeks, 2 days ago
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Direct Drive Blower Motor, PSC Motor Design, Open Air-Over Motor Enclosure Design, 1/4 HP, 1075 Nameplate RPM, Voltage 208-230, 1.7-1.5 Full Load Amps, 60 Hz, 1 Phase, 48YZ Frame, Service Factor 1.00, Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C, Insulation Class B, Duty Continuous, Number of Speeds 4, Motor Mounting Type Stud, Motor Mounting Position All Angle, Bearings Sleeve, Motor Thermal Protection Auto, Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW, Body Dia. 5-5/8 In., Length Less Shaft 5-7/16 In.
 

do the motor come oil or do i have to oil it- d725

It will be lubricated to last about one year then will require lubrication two to three times a year depending on how often it is used.
1 month ago
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