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Old 01-24-2010, 02:24 AM   #1
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i have a crompton betts 2hp class E 5 PIN ELECTRIC motor i need to
reconect the wires i have a black+red+white+white/blue stripe coming out
of the coil then there is 2 compasitors + 1 over load switch pins readout

Z1

A1

5 (this is the pin layout )


A2

4

pins A1 AND A2 are to the left of z1-5-4


this is for an australia 240v motor.
so lets hope some one out there can help.
thanks guys or girls


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Got a picture? Because I have no idea of what you are asking about. What coil? What do you mean? Take a few pictures or write down all the specs from the nameplate. All the specs and information regarding model, serial number? Write down everything.

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Old 01-24-2010, 05:01 PM   #3
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Got a picture? Because I have no idea of what you are asking about. What coil? What do you mean? Take a few pictures or write down all the specs from the nameplate. All the specs and information regarding model, serial number? Write down everything.

thanks jv for your reply i will do as you asked and get back to you
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thanks j v i will do as you asked and get back to you
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:50 PM   #5
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You may get the answer pretty soon due I will get ahold of my freind from Aussie area so he should be famuir with that motor hook up. Merci,Marc
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i thank you and await your reply
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Got a picture? Because I have no idea of what you are asking about. What coil? What do you mean? Take a few pictures or write down all the specs from the nameplate. All the specs and information regarding model, serial number? Write down everything.
hi j v i tryed to send pic but to big for limit. so here is the specs of the name plate.plus a diagram is in the attachments here gose.
BETTS ELECTRIC MOTORS
a division of james n kirby p/l australia
MOD NO. 15HO13-21
240 VAC. 50HZ 1PH 8.4A 2HP CS90
WATTS OUT 1300. DUTY M.C.R C.S.C.R
CLASS E. INSUL 2835 R.P.M

sure hope this helps for my sake. and many thanks for your time
regards. outback4u

i belive crompton may own betts i tryed here in oz but no go
thanks again anyhow
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Got a picture? Because I have no idea of what you are asking about. What coil? What do you mean? Take a few pictures or write down all the specs from the nameplate. All the specs and information regarding model, serial number? Write down everything.
diagram2.jpg J V DID YOU GET THIS DIAGRAM ATT:
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Got a picture? Because I have no idea of what you are asking about. What coil? What do you mean? Take a few pictures or write down all the specs from the nameplate. All the specs and information regarding model, serial number? Write down everything.
j.v i don`t now if iam sending this reply right just incase iam not. here it is

BETTS ELECTRIC. a division of james n kirby p/l australia
MOD NO:15HO13-21
240 VAC. 50HZ. IPH. 8.4A CS90
watts out 1300. duty m.c.r c.s.c.R
CLASS-E. INSUL 2835 R.P.M

can you let me know if you get this reply.

diagram is in your attachment
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hi j v i tryed to send pic but to big for limit. so here is the specs of the name plate.plus a diagram is in the attachments here gose.
BETTS ELECTRIC MOTORS
a division of james n kirby p/l australia
MOD NO. 15HO13-21
240 VAC. 50HZ 1PH 8.4A 2HP CS90
WATTS OUT 1300. DUTY M.C.R C.S.C.R
CLASS E. INSUL 2835 R.P.M

sure hope this helps for my sake. and many thanks for your time
regards. outback4u

i belive crompton may own betts i tryed here in oz but no go
thanks again anyhow
Not familiar with that motor but blue is neutral not live .. brown is live.

Can you by chance look at the nameplate there should be a wiring diagram on it. If not can you tell or show us how the wires coming from the capacitors and overload connect to the 5 pins ?
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Not familiar with that motor but blue is neutral not live .. brown is live.

Can you by chance look at the nameplate there should be a wiring diagram on it. If not can you tell or show us how the wires coming from the capacitors and overload connect to the 5 pins ?
your right about the blue and brown my mistake there is no other info on the motor
like all other wires the capacitors + the overload button wires are just hanging loose
not connected this is what i would like to know where they go
this was made in australia by betts
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iam still waiting i hope you haveing forgot about my motor prblem
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Sorry but I am not familiar with those terminal markings. I would be guessing. I could tell you how I think it is wired based on the fact it is capacitor run and capacitor start. Not a good idea unless your positive or you may burn the motor up.
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I allready got ahold of my freind from that area and he should be in touch shortly..


Merci,Marc
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I allready got ahold of my freind from that area and he should be in touch shortly..


Merci,Marc
thanks bud sorry for being a pain manny thanks

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