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Mounting Kit For Run Capacitors

DAYTON

Price: $4.14 / each

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  • Item # 2MEV1
  • Mfr. Model # 2MEV1
  • NSN #
    5910-01-446-1007

    5910-01-446-6100

    5975-00-132-0068

    5975-00-132-2006

  • UNSPSC # 39121521
  • Catalog Page # 91
  • Shipping Weight 0.11 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCapacitor Mounting Kit
  • TypeIncludes Metal Bracket, Rubber Boot and Mounting Hardware
  • For Use WithRun Capacitors
  • FunctionMounts Capacitor and Protects Wire Connections
  • Package Quantity1

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why I need rubber boot?

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A rubber boot protects the capacitor from shorting out.
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We only use the rubber boot out of the 2MEV1 packs, so for recycling purposes...what metal is the bracket made out of?
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The bracket is made out of a thin galvanized steel.
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I would suggest that you call 1-800-Grainger and ask for our Technical Product Support Team and we can walk you through the wiring on that motor and capacitor.

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