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Motor, 1/2hp, D/D Blower
- Item # 4M101
- Mfr. Model # 4M101
- UNSPSC # 26101602
- Catalog Page # 71
- Shipping Weight 16.5 lbs.
- ItemDirect Drive Blower Motor
- Motor ApplicationHVAC/R
- Motor Sub ApplicationDirect Dr Fan/Blower
- Motor DesignPSC
- Motor Enclosure DesignOpen Air-Over
- Nameplate RPM1075
- Full Load Amps3.8-3.7
- Service Factor1.00
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- Insulation ClassB
- Number of Speeds3
- Motor Mounting TypeStud
- Motor Mounting PositionAll Angle
- Motor Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Motor Shaft RotationCW/CCW
- Body Dia.5-5/8"
- Length Less Shaft6-3/16"
- Overall Length10-3/16"
- Shaft Dia.1/2"
- Shaft Length4"
- Motor Shaft DesignFlat
- Capacitor IncludedNo
- Capacitor RequiredYes
- Ring to Ring Center5-3/4"
- RPM Range1001-1100
- ApplicationDirect-drive Furnace Blowers, Unit Heaters, Air Conditioners and many other Shaft-mounted Fan and Blower Uses
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Every motor should include on or with it a wiring diargram. If it does not, I would request another that does. Often times our part numbers have several revisions ( which is the letter that follows our part number. i.e. 4M101 b or 4M101 c ), and the wiring could be different from one revision to another, In this case the motor should be hooked up accordingly....
purple.............is your common hot
blue............... ) medium
red.................) low speeds
and your brown and brown white should get hooked up to your capacitor.
The other black and white wires that you have, are your reversing wires, with a plug in the middle that can be taken apart and reversed for opposite rotational operation.
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