Question about Dayton Air Conditioners
Line is L1 L2 L3 to line voltage. wire nut 4-7 together wirenut 5-7 together and wirenut 6-9 together connect 123 to line for low voltage 123 together 456 together 679 together. This works on all dual voltage 3 phase motors. Some of the newer Daytom motors have a plug that you just turn for changing voltage. Rudty
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: Need wiring Diagram for a
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Posted on Mar 08, 2011
SOURCE: i got a dayton 2hp.
That motor is a three phase motor and will not run on 110 volts. It is also a high RPM motor with a lot of torque and MUST be mounted to a solid surface before it is powered up or it could rip your arm off as it flies across the room. If you have access to three phase power then you could power that motor but not with standard household electrical service.
Heres a link to some info for it
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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