1/4 HP Direct Drive Blower Motor, Permanent Split Capacitor, 1075 Nameplate RPM, 208-230 Voltage
- Item # 6DLP1
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 5KCP39FGY827S
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 26101602
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- Item Direct Drive Blower Motor
- Motor Application OEM Replacement
- Motor Design Permanent Split Capacitor
- Motor Enclosure Design Open Air-Over
- HP 1/4
- Nameplate RPM 1075
- Voltage 208-230
- Full Load Amps 1.8
- Frame 48
- Motor Service Factor 1.00
- Hz 60
- Motor Mounting Type Ring
- Motor Bearings Sleeve
- Motor Thermal Protection Auto
- Motor Shaft Rotation CWSE
- Ins. Class B
- Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
- No. of Speeds 3
- Phase 1
- Shaft Dia. 1/2"
- Shaft Length 3"
- Body Dia. 5-3/5"
- Length Less Shaft 4-7/8"
- Overall Length 7-7/8"
- Mounting Stud Pattern 3-11/16" x 3-11/16"
- Stud Size 8"
- Capacitor Required 2MDV6
- Replacement For 5KCP39FGS075S
- Application Replaces Carrier Mfr. No. 5KCP39FGS075S and GE 5KCP39FGS075SS
- RPM Range 1001-1100
- Standards UL Recognized (E46035, E306343, E27885), CSA Certified (MC236833)
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