WIRING INSTRUCTIONS FOR TWO SPEED MOTORS Installation must conform to all local, State, & National Electrical Codes If using toggle switch supplied with motor Attach incoming line power to Black Lead on toggle switch & Center post on terminal board marked ( C ) Common, Yellow wire on toggle switch is connected to top post marked (H ) High on terminal board and White wire on bottom post marked (L) Low on terminal board. Attach ground wire to Green ground screw top right of terminal board. Make sure all connections are tight and secure. Attach terminal board cover plate making sure all wires are inside and not between cover and motor. See Fig. 1 If using as a single speed motor remove wires from toggle switch & remove Yellow & White wires from terminal board. If using motor as High Speed only connect incoming line power to center post on terminal board marked (C) Common & Top post on terminal board marked (H) High If using as a Low speed motor only attach incoming line power to center post on terminal board marked (C) Common & bottom post of terminal board marked (L) Low. Attach Ground wire to Green Ground screw top right of terminal board. Make sure all connections are secure and tight. Attach terminal board cover plate making sure all wires are inside and not between cover and motor. See Fig. 2 NOTE make sure incoming line voltage agrees with motor nameplate voltage. 624 South B Street, Tustin, CA 92780 • 800.636.8866 • 714.505.1166 • F. 714.505.1160 www.advantageman.com Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Motor Connection with Toggle Switch YELLOW H C Line 1 BLACK Line 2 WHITE Motor Connection without Toggle Switch H C L High Speed Common Line 1 Line 2 Low Speed L Do not use this motor in locations where explosive vapors or airborne dusts are present (NEC classifications I & II). Be sure motor is properly grounded. Be careful when touching the exterior of an operating motor! Motor may be hot enough to be painful or cause injury. This condition is normal for most motors when operating at rated load and voltage. If the protector trips, shut off the power supply to the motor immediately as the motor may start suddenly and unexpectedly. Stay clear of all belts, pulleys, and attached machinery until after the power supply to the motor has been shut off. A motor should not be operated under conditions that cause a protector to continually operate. The motor may be overloaded or the supply voltage or frequency may be incorrect. Before performing any maintenance , disconnect power and allow motor to come to a complete stop. Discharge capacitors, if any, for safety. All electric motors should be installed by a licensed, qualified and fully insured electrician or other certified professional.
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