How wire an HP 1.0 Motor Dayton ?
Hi everyone, o.k I hope you can help me.
I need to replace this motor:
Capacitor Star Motor
O.k I looked inside the motor the wires are in this position :
Yellow - Black are togheter
Red - is empty
Brown - Orange are togheter
Black - White - Yellow are together
The wires are already attached to the motor.
o.k the wires from the main switch are WHITE and BLACK color.
Can you please tell me where should I wire this two.
O.k thanks for your help, I appreciate it.
Have a nice day...!
How was the old one wired?
Is there a plate on the motor. usually the wiring for high and low is marked on a plate somewhere. If you post the model number maybe we can find it on the web.
Tha label on the motor shows this:
Yellow and Black should go to line 1
Black, White and Yellow to line 2
Line means what ? the wires white and black color from the switch ?
Please take a look:
This photo is from the old motor:
:whistling2: ok. Thanks again.
line is voltage..if both 2-wires in say line that is the 230 considered hi voltage,then if you see one wire with line and the other with neutral that is low 115V hookup
The Dayton (Grainger) 6K321 is a 1HP thermally protected capacitor-start motor that was built by Emerson and sold under the Dayton brand.
The leads are most likely either black or yellow, and numbered P1, P2, T2, T3, T4, T5 and T8.
The line leads are the incoming power. There are two of them, 3 if you count the ground.
The 115 volt connection to make the shaft turn clockwise when viewed from the back (with the shaft pointing away from you) is;
1) The incoming hot (usually black) connects to P1.
2) P2, T3 and T5 splice together.
3) The incoming neutral (usually white) connects to T2, T4 and T8.
For opposite shaft rotation;
1) Incoming hot connects to P1
2) P2, T3 and T8 splice together.
3) Incoming neutral connects to T2, T4 and T5.
P.S. I'll be on vacation from about 9 or 10 tonight (1/27) until wednesday (2/1), so someone else will need to answer any questions you have about this motor.
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