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AC Motor Speed Control, 120 V, 2.5 A Max

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Price: $45.90 / each

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  • Item # 5JJ60
  • Mfr. Model # AC03-05S
  • UNSPSC # 39121510
  • Catalog Page # 346
  • Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAdjustable Speed AC Motor Control
  • Input Voltage120VAC
  • Voltage Output120VAC
  • Hz50/60
  • Max. Amps2.5
  • HP1/4
  • Length (In.)2
  • Width (In.)1.5
  • Depth (In.)0.40625
  • For Use WithUniversal, Shaded Pole and PSC Motors on Fans, Blowers, Pumps, Vibratory Feeders, Heating and Lighting
  • FeaturesControls Most Single Phase AC Motors and Resistive Loads, Not For Use With Capacitor Start Motors
  • IncludesKnob, Dial Plate, Speed Pot with On/Off Switch, 2 Leads with Bare Ends

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No you would not be able to use a speed controller on that type of motor.
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If you were to use a full wave rectifier, due to the way the waveform is chopped, you could not get a non-linear progression of DC voltage/power. It is not advised.

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Hello ,
Yes this would work on the 5UXN4 Pump just dont over heat it. Becareful how long you run it.

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I used to use the 4x796 speed controller with 2M037 motor, now the 4x796 controller is not available any more. so grainger team suggest to use this controller.
And if it is possible to have some pictures for the knob, dial plate, and the speed pot? I need these pictures to know how to change the design in which I used to used the 4x796.
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When I look up #4X796 it is showing #5JJ60 and #1DGV2 as alternate items to that speed control. I will email you the information I have on both.

Item #5JJ60 does have a few notes:
* Not for use with split phase or capacitor start motors
* For universal, shaded pole, and PSC (permanent split capacitor) 1-phase AC motors.
* Suitable for use in fans, blowers, pumps, vibratory feeders, and heating and lighting applications.

Item #1DGV2 does have a few notes as well:
* Can be used to operate multiple fans, if total amp draw does not exceed control's amp rating.
* For use with Dayton and other compatible, speed-controllable ventilators and fans.
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Yes, this control can be used with the 4M180 in a variable torque application such as an air moving fan arrangement.

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The 1LPP7 gear motor is not speed controllable.
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The 5JJ60 will not work with the 2Z830 gear motor. The 2Z830 Gear motor is not speed controllable.
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No, Split phase motors cannot be speed controlled.
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This unit will not work for heating elements; it is made specifically for electric motors.
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Can I use this speed control for a 4YU19 PSC 1/8 HP motor?
115volt , 2.1 amp. Continious operation.
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Yes, it will control a certain range in the top half of the RPM capability. It is impossible to predict where that is since no test data is available for that control and that specific motor.

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