You might want to check with any local salvage yards; that will be your cheapest way. If you're unsure about quality or don't have any salvage yards around, www.advanceautoparts.com has some in their body and trim parts section.
I got mine from autopartswarehouse.com and got a pretty good deal. You get the core charge back when you send back the old motor.
11.5 x 240 = 2760W motor.
only way to convert from 3 phase to 240 would be to change the electric motor on the compressor
To replace the headlight motor on a 240 SX Nissan, unhook the positive cable on the battery first. Then take a picture of the headlight motor before taking the old one off. Remove the wires and screws holding the other motor in place, then place in the new motor, tighten the screws, and hook up the wires while looking at the picture. Connect the battery cable.
Most typical US residences have both 240 and 120 AC voltage. The pump would have to tie into a 240 volt breaker in your electric panel. To ensure safety have an electrician familiar with pool installations install the wiring and motor/pump and also make sure that the breaker is sized for the motor amperage rating. In many pool installations a separate electric panel will be installed outside near the pump and any pool electric devices.
No you can't use a 415v motor in a 240 v socket.
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An electrical outlet that has 240 volts available for like an electric dryer or electric cooking range.
Yes, if the motor is rated 240 volts 3 phase.There is such a thing as 240 volt 3 phase power.However if you are asking if you can use 240 volts single phase on a three phase motor, then the answer is no.
The current is variable but a guide value for wiring is 7 amps per HP for a 240 v single-phase motor.
The dryer outlet has a potential of two voltages. 120/240. The 240 volt portion is for the internal heating element. The 120 voltage is for the controls and the tumbler motor.
That's a powerful motor, and would need a supply greater than 13 amps at 240 volts, also the conversion might be difficult. I have a feeling that you would be better off finding out how powerful a motor you would need for the task you have, then buying a suitable 240 volt motor. You are heading into territory where you should really consult a qualified electrician.
A headlight bulb on a 1982 Volvo 240 is accessed through the engine bay. Lift the hood and safely prop it open. Locate the headlight housings and pull the old bulbs off. Install the new lights.
Haynes has a good one
No, unless the motor was wound for dual voltage operation, which it will state on the motor nameplate, a 110 volt motor run on 240 volts will be damaged.
If its a true 240v motor the no it won't. Some motors will but it would be listed in the specs or on the info plate of the motor. It will say 120/240.
The style of plug is a 9004. I just replaced one in my 91 Volvo 240. The connector was about 5 bucks at the parts store. Make sure you splice the red black and blue wires in correctly!
long answer: yes
It depends on the motor size. If 750 watts, then, 750/240 = 3.125. So use the next size up - 5A fuse
In Europe 240 volts is standard, so no a 115 volt motor will not work. In USA 120 volts is standard, so if your sub-panel has 120 volts, (check with voltage meter) then yes. Read carefully, To get 240 volts in a sub-panel in USA the electric company brings two (2) wires, each wire has 120 volts, 120 + 120 = 240. One of those 120 volts will run your motor. Look for the wires from the electric company and check them with your voltage meter. If this is a commercial application you will need to call an electrical contractor, power companies for commercial applications do not follow the above.
This is a 15% overvoltage to the motor, which is generally outside the specifications for a motor spec'd at 208v (typically up to 10% overvoltage is tolerable). Your 240 volt source may be as much as 105% of 240 / 252 volts at times. A buck/boost transformer should be used, unless the motor is designed to be used at 240 volts.
You can reverse a 240 volt single phase motor with start capacitor by reversing the leads to the start winding.
The formula you are looking for is W = I x E. Watts = Amps x Volts. W = 18 x 240 = 4320. Your dryer is rated at 4320 watts.However, just because your 240 volt outlet is rated at 18 amps does not mean that is what your appliance will draw.If the appliance is listed (by the manufacturer) as 1500 watts, then 1500 / 240 = 6.25, would mean that it will draw 6.25 amps at 240 volts.Note:Within the United States, most regular size electric dryers require a 240 volt, 30 amp power source. In addition to the electric heating element, there is the drum electric motor that must be factored in determining the wattage rating. That is the reason that it is best to use the manufacturer's nameplate rating for the answer to this question.