Whats the voltage of this Hvac blower voltage and wiring?
I can't figure out what voltage I need to use for this blower. I have 110 and 220 in my shop but I dont want to burn it up. I'm also not sure how to wire this one.
Capacitor specs are 440vac 10uf model# cpt0088
- 1 month ago
HVAC is almost always 400v
- Anonymous1 month ago
The Capacitor does not matter. I see by the size of the unit it is 120V which is house electricity (not from dryer or stove)
- Spock (rhp)Lv 72 months ago
home HVAC blowers, either indoor or outdoor, are almost all 110v
- fuzzyLv 42 months ago
Photo looks a bit like a 110v unit, usually the Cap. wires are the two yellow ones. White common. Black, blue or red hot. Usually Blue-Red would be two speeds, Blue for low Red for hi or vise versa
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- ?Lv 72 months ago
I can't see the spec plate. The capacitor rating doesn't help - that's the maximum it can take. Try running it at 110v. If it works, you're OK. If it barely runs at all, it needs 220v. You won't damage a 220v fan motor by trying to run it at 110v, but the other way around will probably destroy it.
- ?Lv 52 months ago
110v is what mine is on my furnace