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1/100 HP Vibrator Motor, Shaded Pole, 2900 Nameplate RPM, 115 Voltage
- Item # 10C903
- Mfr. Model # 10C903
- UNSPSC # 26101602
- Catalog Page # 82
- Shipping Weight 3.35 lbs.
- Item Vibrator Motor
- Motor Design Shaded Pole
- Motor Enclosure Design Open Dripproof
- HP 1/100
- Nameplate RPM 2900
- Voltage 115
- Force 8.00 lb.
- Velocity 7.00 ips
- Full Load Amps 0.48
- Phase 1
- Hz 60
- Motor Mounting Position All Angle
- Motor Mounting Type Band
- Bearings Ball
- Thermal Protection Auto
- Ambient Temperature 40 Degrees C
- Insulation Class B
- Body Dia. 3-5/16"
- Overall Length 3-1/2"
- RPM Range 1801-3000
- Includes 9 Ft Long 3-Conductor Cord Set with In-Line On/Off Switch
- Standards UL Recognized (E37403), CSA Certified (244617)
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