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What attaches to unground terminal P1 and line t5 and t4 for 230v wiring on a dayton 6K041M motor

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  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    Let me clarify my question. I have a Dayton 7 lead dual voltage (115v/230v) motor( model 6K041M)

  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    It has diagrams on it that indicates low voltage and high voltage connections. Low voltage connections indicate P1(ungrounded) line, P2 ,T8 and T3 connect together and tape, T2,T5 and T4 connect together and connect to line.

  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    High voltage connection indicates P1 (ungrounded) line, P2 tape (separate), T8, T3 and T2 connect together and tape, T4 and T5 connect together and connect to line.

  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    Oh there is also a green ground in addition the above mentioned leads.

  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    The clarification I need is what lines do I connect. I have found conflicting info online. Go figure. For low voltage typically one hot line (115v), one neutral and one ground. I dont think it matters which the hot or neutral is connected to P1 or T2,T4&T5(combined)?

  • Steve Money Jul 14, 2013

    I would like to wire it for high voltage (230V) P1 line and T4&T5 line, what do I connect to these leads? 115v each or 230v to one or the other?

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SOURCE: Trying to wire for 115v

You probably know that you have a pricey and complex motor there. I can be wired for either 110 or 220 volts and it even has a reverse. I am guessing that new it would cost around $700.

That being said, I want you to consider having it wired by a pro since no wiring diagram is available to you.

If you don't want to hire a pro, then i would contact the Grainger folks and see if they can obtain the wiring diagrams for you. good luck with it.

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