The idea is to get all 6 windings pulling and in the same direction. So check the age and remainder of your motor brushes. This article has also been viewed 6,517 times. These systems are no longer popular,but many still exist. Hope that helps, it is really more basic than customers may think.
The motor must be completely assembled. I just received my 119413 motors and wires but no wiring diagram. Do you have a motor that corresponds with the above-referenced description? Please be aware that all steps on this page are subject to change depending on your motors configuration. Asymmetric, non-shielded motor cabling also generates bearing current. Remove the third motor and cover the hole to preserve performance.
Note: Groschopp Universal motors are custom built to fit your application so no additional options are available to narrow the search. Wiring a Baldor motor can at first glance look to be a very intimidating task. It really is quite simple to install and we are here for you now and down the road. The delta or wye connection is about the desired motor starting arrangement, not how the motor is wound. Answer: For the purpose of this test, a lantern battery of six or nine volts works best. Attach the wire to the green wire, or same terminal, as the green wire from the power cord entering the unit.
Typically, the motor will be a 6-lead or 9-lead motor. Connect 4 to 7, 5 to 8, and 6 to 9. One motor is bad and the only number I can find is stamped in green on the lower case. For the higher voltage, connect 1 to L1, 2 to L2, and 3 to L3. It would then be drawing about 15 amps which does not leave adequate margin. Locate the proper box below.
Thanks DanI'm glad it's a three-phase motor. Both 9-wire and 12-wire motors can be connected for high- or low-voltage operation. On the new one this is now plastic. Changing the voltage to a motor with unmarked leads now wired;Dual voltage Wye connected Example motor is wired 440 volt connected. These simple basic instructions are also found here.
To create this article, 11 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. No need to swap motor leads. The 119413 is what we are currently using but you have the option of using the 116336 as well. The other wires attach as the original ones do. I believe the dimensions of the 119413 Lamb Motor are about. The 115757 is no longer produced and though the 119413 looks different, it bolts right in as a replacement. A small control transformer, 120:24 volts, would be better.
Your lathe came from a building that was equipped with grounded B delta connected three phase power. If you want to know more or withdraw your consent to all or some of the cookies, please refer to the. Mark each of those pair 1, pair 2 and pair 3. The motor that I have does not have any markings on the wires at all! Leads 2 to 7 will give little or no deflection, and leads 2 to 5 will give a substantial deflection. There will be lots of combinations, write each one down so you keep trying different combinations. From outside to in, clockwise, is T1, T2, T3, T7, T8, T9, T4, T5, T6. Once they are grouped, you can measure resistance on each group to find, say the corner of the Delta.
I just didn't want to screw anything up by hooking up the wires wrong, but I guess that isn't possible. Case david brown 995 dash lights yesterday's tractors the schematics taken from the electrical equimpment manual show a trailer warning or trailer light which is connected to the flasher unit. This concludes the lead testing of the nine lead star connected motor. Is replacement of motor my answer? Thanks Dan This might sound weird bit I swear it is true with 3 phase it doesn't matter which wires goes where since they all have current. Test the nine leads for continuity with the ohmmeter to determine whether the motor is star wye or delta connected.
Dan Wiring colors on the lathe proper are suspect. You will have either Code 1, Code 2, or Code 3. This doesn't answer your question which has been well answered by Ariser, but is relevant to the subject. Connecting these is a bit more complicated, and mistakes are actually common. Be careful, don't shock yourself. On the top black metal 5. Connect 4 to 7, 5 to 8, and 6 to 9.
For the the other two wires simply splice them into the older wires using some wire nuts. Use the slider corresponding to your dominant variable to further narrow your motor selection. Before you connect any wires, check the drawing carefully. And is the model 119413 the correct replacement motor? But you don't know which end of the winding you are hooking up. See if you can find the amps it used by looking at the tag you also found the model number on. The brushes appear good and the motor doesn't smell but it does seem rather hot.