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Farm Duty Motor, TENV, 1/2 hp, 850 rpm
- Item # 24TT48
- Mfr. Model # 5KCP49UN9838S
- UNSPSC # 26101602
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 40.0 lbs.
- ItemPoultry Fan Motor
- Motor ApplicationFarm Duty
- Motor Sub ApplicationPoultry Fans
- Motor DesignPermanent Split Capacitor
- Motor Enclosure DesignTotally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Nameplate RPM850
- Motor Shaft RotationCCWLE
- Full Load Amps3.7-3.6
- Motor Mounting TypeRigid Base
- Motor Mounting PositionHorizontal
- Frame MaterialRolled Steel
- Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Service Factor1.00
- Max. Ambient Temperature40 Degrees C
- Shaft Dia.5/8"
- Shaft Length1-7/8"
- Motor Shaft DesignKeyed
- Length Less Shaft10"
- Overall Length11-15/16"
- Insulation ClassB
- RPM RangeUnder 1000
- Nominal Efficiency57.5%
- Efficiency GroupStandard
- StandardsUL Recognized (E14133), CSA Certified (MC236833)
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