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Condenser Fan Motor, 1/4 HP, 1075 rpm, 60Hz

DAYTON

Price: $87.80 / each

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  • Item # 4M205
  • Mfr. Model # 4M205
  • UNSPSC # 26101602
  • Catalog Page # 72
  • Shipping Weight 12.26 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCondenser Fan Motor
  • Motor ApplicationHVAC/R
  • Motor Sub ApplicationCondenser Fan
  • Motor TypePSC
  • EnclosureTotally Enclosed Air-Over
  • HP1/4
  • Number of Speeds1
  • Nameplate RPM1075
  • Frame48YZ
  • Voltage208-230
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Full Load Amps1.7-1.9
  • MountingStud
  • Thermal ProtectionAuto
  • Insulation ClassB
  • Service Factor1.0
  • BearingsBall
  • Max. Ambient Temp.60 Degrees C
  • RotationCW/CCW
  • Overall Length10-7/8"
  • Length Less Shaft4-7/8"
  • Shaft Dia.1/2"
  • Shaft Length6"
  • Body Dia.5-5/8"
  • Stud Quantity4
  • Stud Pattern3 5/8 x 3 5/8"
  • Lead Length30"
  • Shaft TypeDouble Flat
  • Shaft OrientationUp/Down
  • FeaturesReversing Plug, Totally Enclosed Endshields with Removable Drain Plugs
  • DutyContinuous Air-Over
  • Capacitor Required2MDV4
  • RPM Range1001-1100
  • StandardsUL Recognized (E47479), CSA Certified (225293)

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 4reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by I made sure to mount in such a way that the cables were on the side of the housing where the connections needed to be. Unfortunately, the cables were still too short. The grounding wire is especially short. It's too long to attach it to the housing the fan is attached to, but what's the point of mounting it there anyway? The fan itself is attached directly to it. The alternative, stretching it along with the other wires past the ends of the blades doesn't work because it's shorter than the blades.As others have mentioned, the studs are too long. They interfere with the fan blades. Whoever installed my previous motor cut them off with a hack saw. I opted for reversing them so that they projected up above the housing. They poke up higher than needed, but I don't care.The motor I was replacing (same model) had copper wires. The new one apparently had aluminum wires. August 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Didn't know if I could do the job... no experience, but no A/C is a great motivator! Took me over 3 hours to get old fan motor out and blades off shaft, but smooth sailing on the install. Works like a champ... only needed some washers in the top grill to stabilize and works like a champ. September 3, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Had to trim all of the mounting studs on both sides to install in a 4 ton Goodman CKL49-1. The brown fan lead was just barely long enough to reach the capacitor. This is a great motor for the price with ball bearings as a bonus. I didn't want to wait longer to get another AO Smith motor with longer wires. August 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Motor did a fine job in getting the A/C condener unit going again. The only issue was having to adjust the placement of the extra-long case screws so they wouldn't interfere with the fan blade when it was all installed, and having to cut off some of those screws' extra length. But it fired right up once everything was back together. July 17, 2012
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We can certainly check to see if we have diagram available for you, however, we need to know if there is a suffix letter at the end of the model number. Please call us at 800-323-0620 with the requested information.
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My GE motor that this motor is replacing has three wires, orange, blue, black
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This motor can be wired using the four wires or a (3) wire optional method. The (3) wire option may be on the tag. You can call Grainger Technical Product Support for additional assistance on this. We will be happy to help. 800 472 4643.

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It would go in the top of my outside ac unit and be exposed to weather, shaft down
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This is a Totally Enclosed Air-Over motor intended for outdoor duty shaft up or down position for your application. If the other specifications are compatible, this would be a good choice for you.

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We would need more information about the blade that it is replacing. It is not advisable to select a fan blade by motor specifications. I suggest that you call Grainger's Technical Product Support Team and let us find the perfect match for your application. 1-800-Grainger

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You will need to connect the compressor wire to the HERM terminal on the old capacitor; you will need to keep the old capacitor in the circuit to run the compressor. You can run the brown wire from the motor to one side of the new capacitor the brown with the white stripe wire to the other side of the new capacitor. Then you will want to run the Purple wire from the motor to the common (normally the C or middle terminal on the old capacitor). Then you want to make sure that you leave the other wires (the compressor and common) hooked up to the old capacitor. Finally you may remove the old brown wire from the old capacitor. The capacitor with two terminals is only replacing the fan side of the old capacitor. The other option will be to get a dual rated capacitor and wire it up the same as the old motor with the exception of capping off the brown with the white stripe wire. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-472-4643.
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There is a little plug on the motor, you pull it apart turn it 180 degrees then plug it back together so that the wires cross.
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