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I need a wire diagram for a high voltage Baldor motor CAT # 054180 79151 connect to 440VAC it's a 40HP, RPM 3525 , 3PH and it's SPEC# 40F97Z22 please help

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Normal wiring for this type of 9 lead motor to 440VAC is
Connect #4 to #7 Connect #5 to #8 Connect #6 to #9
Connect supply phase A to #1 Connect supply phase B to #2 Connect supply phase C to #3
Can you confirm the CAT and SPEC numbers? They do not show up on the Baldor site. If they are correct as listed, you need to call the Baldor help line and find out if this is a special motor.

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