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Motor Run Capacitor, 80/5 MFD, 370V, Round

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  • Item # 5CMX9
  • Mfr. Model # PB800Z050T370EAGR
  • UNSPSC # 32121501
  • Catalog Page # 92
  • Shipping Weight 0.95 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemDual Motor Run Capacitor
  • Microfarad Rating80/5
  • Voltage370VAC
  • Hz60/50
  • ShapeRound
  • Diameter2-1/2"
  • Case Height4-3/4"
  • Overall Height5-1/4"
  • EIA UL BaseT
  • Terminal Type1/4" Male
  • Temp. Range-40 Degrees to 70 Degrees F
  • Case MaterialAluminum
  • Cover MaterialSteel
  • StandardscULus Recognized (E322597), RoHS Compliant, Meets or Exceeds IEC-60252-1 Class B Standard
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I'm just wanting to know how to find a stronger capacitor for the rise in heat load we have in South Louisiana. It seems every year we have more and more capacitors going out compared to say 20 years ago, and we install them in the spring, clean the condenser, tighten connections ect. ect. and they go out before the summer. I'm just looking for a better or best in strength capacitor.
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The temperatures mentioned is a range of safe operation for the capacitor. That capcitor has been tested to run safely up to 158°F. I would suggest that you contact the manufacturer of the motors that have been affected. A chronic capacitor failure can be traced sometimes to the motor itself.

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