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24C182 24C182 UNSPSC # 26101602

Belt Drive Motor, 1 HP, Capacitor-Start, Nameplate RPM 1,725, No. of Speeds 1

  • Item # 24C182
  • Mfr. Model # 24C182
  • UNSPSC # 26101602
  • Catalog Page # 64 64
Country of Origin Mexico. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Capacitor-start belt drive HVAC AC motors have a capacitor to provide additional power during startup for higher starting torque. This higher torque allows these single-phase motors to move heavier loads at lower speeds.

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Belt Drive Motor, 1 HP, Capacitor-Start, Nameplate RPM 1,725, No. of Speeds 1

  • Item # 24C182
  • Mfr. Model # 24C182
  • UNSPSC # 26101602
  • Catalog Page # 64 64
Country of Origin Mexico. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Capacitor-start belt drive HVAC AC motors have a capacitor to provide additional power during startup for higher starting torque. This higher torque allows these single-phase motors to move heavier loads at lower speeds.

Technical Specs

  • Item Belt Drive Motor
  • Motor Application HVAC/R
  • Motor Sub Application Belt Drive Fan/Blower
  • Phase Single
  • Motor Design Capacitor-Start
  • HP 1
  • Nameplate RPM 1,725
  • No. of Speeds 1
  • Voltage 115/208-230V AC
  • Full Load Amps 13.6/6.9-6.9
  • Frame 56H
  • Hz 60
  • Motor Service Factor 1.15
  • Motor Thermal Protection Auto
  • Ins. Class B
  • Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
  • Duty Cycle Continuous
  • Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW
  • Motor Enclosure Design Open Dripproof
  • Motor Mounting Type Cradle Base
  • Motor Mounting Position All Angle
  • Motor Frame Material Rolled Steel
  • Shaft Dia. 5/8 in
  • Shaft Length 1 7/8 in
  • Motor Shaft Design Keyed
  • Motor Bearings Ball
  • Overall Length 11 13/16 in
  • Length Less Shaft 10 3/8 in
  • Body Dia. 6 1/2 in
  • Standards CE, CSA Certified, UL Recognized
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr

Capacitor-start belt drive HVAC AC motors have a capacitor to provide additional power during startup for higher starting torque. This higher torque allows these single-phase motors to move heavier loads at lower speeds.

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