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Condenser Fan Motor, Motor Type PSC, Enclosure 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 11-1/8 In., Shaft Length 6 In., Shaft Orientation Up/Down, Features 26 In. Motor Leads, Water Slinger On Shaft, Mounting Holes In Shell for Capacitor Bracket, Rotation CW/CCW, Full Load Amps 1.6-1.8, Stud Mounting, Thermal Protection Auto, Insulation Class B, Service Factor 1.0, Bearings Sleeve
 
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Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedJuly 19, 2012
The motor was a perfect match. It is very easy to change rotation so no need to worry about that before the install. Quiet motor. Not much more to say.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, High Quality, Easy to use, Durable/Performs well
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Filter Housing, NPT 1 In, Height 7 In, Width 8 In, Flow 30 GPM, Housing Material Acetal
 
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Usage frequency:Daily
Yes, I recommend this product.
Direct Replacement Part. No issues
PostedJune 21, 2012
It is a good product. I have purchased several of them.
Field of Industry:Industrial
Product used for:Chemical recirculation pump
Years purchasing from Grainger:30
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General Purpose Motor, 3-Phase, Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled, 3/4 HP, Nameplate RPM 3440, 56 Frame, Voltage 208-230/460, 60 Hz, 3 Phase, 2.3-2.2/1.1 Full Load Amps, Number of Speeds 1, Mounting Rigid Base, Motor Mounting Position Horizontal, Motor Thermal Protection None, Insulation Class F, 1.15 Service Factor, Ball Bearings, Frame Material Rolled Steel, Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C, CW/CCW Rotation, Overall Length 11-1/8 In., Motor Shaft Design Keyed
 
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Usage frequency:Daily
Yes, I recommend this product.
Great motor for the price
PostedJune 21, 2012
I found the junction box to be cumberson and you cannot rotate it. Other than that one complaint, the motor is great!
Field of Industry:ASST Mgr / Electronic Engineer
Product used for:Combustion Blower motor
Years purchasing from Grainger:30
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What are ramifications if 230V 50Hz motor is connected to step-up transformer from 115V 60Hz input?

The transformer doesn't change the AC cycles.
Field of Industry:: manufacturing
Product used for:: motorized table
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 20?
All any motor cares about is a volt per hertz ratio. That being said, I am assuming you are stepping up 115 vac to 230 volt vac. The motor is going to run faster at 60 hertz than at 50 hertz. If the motor was rated for 1,500 rpm at 50 hertz, it will now rum 1,800 rpm. Depending on the application, you could very easily overload the motor because the Hp requirement at 1,500 rpm is very different than the HP requirement at 1,800 rpm. This is especially true for pumps and fans. You will need to change pulleys to keep the gearing thesame.
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