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The condensing fan motor is either single-phase (1 PH) or three-phase (3 PH). Homes are usually 240 volts, but be sure to check.
120 volts can also be called 110V or 115V
208V can also be called 200V
230 volts can also be called 220V or 240V
460 volts can also be called 440V or 480V
The fan blades need to be mounted on the shaft to the same depth as they were originally set to. Basically, the fan is pushed onto the shaft until it reaches the same position as before it was pulled. Always check the position of the fan blades inside the unit before pulling the motor.
Typically, the motor is attached to a thick grid that is bolted on.
Most HVAC motors are 48 frames with a body diameter of about 5-5/8 inches.
The direction in which the motor turns counter-clockwise or clockwise (Counter-clockwise or clockwise.)
Most general purpose motors have the option to reverse the direction of rotation.
Electric motors usually have multiple speeds. Different speeds may be required to adjust airflow for specific installations or different operating modes.