Question about Hayward 1.5hp Pool Pump Motor Motor A O Smith Electric Pool Motor for 56j Frame Motors Ust1152
220 VAC is more efficient ... so there is some cost savings in the money department. Volts X amp = watts generally ... there is still a savings because you will actually consume fewer watts at 220 (watts is what you are purchasing form the power company)
Wiring depends ...you going to use 110 or 220? if 110 ... black is hot and goes to L1 ... white is nutral and goes to L1.
If 220 ... black is hot and goes to L1 - white is hot and goes to L2.
Your owner manual has a good picture and description of this.
In the plug ... 110 - neutral should go to the left slot.
Is your breaker 110 or 220 (single pole or double pole - one slot or two slots)
These voltages are not compatable!
I suggest you use this pump at 220.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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