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Century 5 5/8" Split Capacitor Condenser Fan Motor - 1625 RPM 460 Volts
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Century 5 5/8" Split Capacitor Condenser Fan Motor - 1625 RPM 460 Volts

Item #: WBB185926

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Century 5 5/8" Split Capacitor Condenser Fan Motor - 1625 RPM 460 Volts

  • Permanent Split Capacitor
  • 48Y Frame
  • Stud / Belly Band Mounting
  • Automatic Overload
  • 60 HZ
  • Single Phase


Product Specifications

    • AMPS.9
    • BEARING TYPEBall
    • BRANDCentury
    • MOTOR RPM 60Hz1625
    • HERTZ (HZ)60
    • HORSEPOWER1/4
    • LENGTH LESS SHAFT INCHES4.86
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERFH1024
    • ROTATIONReversible
    • VOLTAGE460
    • APPROVALUL and CSA
    • SPEEDS2
    • SHAFT DIMENSION INCHES1/2 x 6.44
    • RPM1625
    • ENCLOSURE TYPESemi-Enclosed
    • MOUNT TYPEStud/Belly Band
    • MOTOR TYPEPermanent Split Capacitor
    • CAPACITOR TYPEPOC5
    • DIAMETER INCHES5-5/8
    • OVERLOADAutomatic

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It says that the Motor SHAFT DIMENSION INCHES are 1/2 x 6.50 is that 1/2 X 6 1/2 inches

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Does this item have a reset button.

Question Asked By: Reginald , Montgomery Village, Maryland , August 02, 2011

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