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HVAC Motor, 1/8 HP, 3000 rpm, 115V, 3.3
- Item # 3M292
- Mfr. Model # 3M292
- NSN # 6105-01-356-7718
- UNSPSC # 26101602
- Catalog Page # 61
- Shipping Weight 4.5 lbs.
- ItemHVAC Motor
- Motor ApplicationHVAC/R
- Motor Sub ApplicationDirect Dr Fan/Blower
- Motor DesignPermanent Split Capacitor
- Motor Enclosure DesignTotally Enclosed Fan-Cooled
- Nameplate RPM3000
- Service Factor1.0
- Full Load Amps1.8
- Motor Shaft RotationCW/CCW
- Insulation ClassB
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- Motor Mounting TypeStud
- Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Body Dia.4.4"
- Shaft Dia.5/16"
- Shaft Length2"
- Length Less Shaft5-1/2"
- Stud Location4/SE
- Stud/Base Mtg. Pattern2 x 2"
- RPM Range1801-3000
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