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Old 03-05-2019, 11:27 AM
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That one can be wired for different voltages and such by changing the pattern of the little copper jumpers under the nuts. I'll see if I can find a diagram when I get home. There may be a picture in my lathe thread of the idler motor I am using. If not I'll see about popping some on here. We are used to seeing multiple leads coming out of the motors, some are attached to a connection block like we see in the pictures here.



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https://www.hollandindustrial.com/wp...onnections.pdf

I'm glad for all the discussion here. I found the link with all kinds of information on these type of motor connections.

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Old 03-06-2019, 11:15 AM
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That one can be wired for different voltages and such by changing the pattern of the little copper jumpers under the nuts. I'll see if I can find a diagram when I get home. There may be a picture in my lathe thread of the idler motor I am using. If not I'll see about popping some on here. We are used to seeing multiple leads coming out of the motors, some are attached to a connection block like we see in the pictures here.



Scott
https://www.hollandindustrial.com/wp...onnections.pdf

I'm glad for all the discussion here. I found the link with all kinds of information on these type of motor connections.
Yes, as I expect you see I have the same type of jumper block inside the service box.
I hope others will use information like this to take advantage of the plethora of good second hand motors and speed reducers that are being scrapped.
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