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this Motor has Duty intermitence,right?How long Motor run before It stop automaticaly?THANK YOU.
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What is the starting torque and continuous operating torque?
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"Ironton Fan Motor - 1/2 HP, 115V/230V"

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"This Ironton special purpose 115V/230V fan motor is a great choice for use on belt drive fans, blower coolers and other machines that require low to moderate starting torques. This drip-proof, internal fan-cooled motor is intended for use in environments that are relatively clean and dry. Shank Diameter in. 1/2, HP 1/2, Manual Overload Protection No, Hertz 60, Reversible Yes, Volts 115/230, UL No, Amps 7.2 @ 115V 3.6 @ 230V, Rated RPM 1,725, Frame Type NEMA 48Y, Resilient Base Yes, CSA Yes. Tough steel frame with ball bearing construction and a resilient base to absorb vibration and noise Can be wired for reversible rotation 60 Hz, 1725 rated RPM 48Y frame 1/2in. shaft 1.25 Service Factor Delivers up to 7.2 Amps @ 115V 3.6 Amps @ 230V"
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Questions & Answers for "Ironton Fan Motor - 1/2 HP, 115V/230V"

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Is this motor variable speed?

asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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carrikg
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answer 1
Ironton Expert
This fan motor is not variable speed. Its shaft rotates at 1725 RPM's. Northern Tool doesn't carry a variable speed electric motor.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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IrontonExpert11
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answer 2
NO
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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toyotaman
 - Oklahoma
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are the wiring instructions included?

asked 1 year, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Ironton Expert
To connect motor for proper voltage and rotation, refer to the connection diagram on the nameplate or inside the terminal/conduit box.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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IrontonExpert13
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answer 2
yes the wiring diagram is on the case of the motor.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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toyotaman
 - Oklahoma
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what is botl pattern

asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Minnesota
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Ironton Expert
On this Ironton Fan Motor the bolt holes are slots that are 3/8" x 1" and the bolt pattern is front to back 1 1/4" and side to side is 4 1/4" and all measurements are center of hole to center of hole.
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