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Two speed motors #8430
03/21/02 03:36 PM
03/21/02 03:36 PM
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electrician02125  Offline OP
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Hello

I have two 120 volt / two speed motors. Each has a high and a low speed.

I am told that there is some sort of three way disconnect that disables the low and enables the high and vice a versa.

Is it as simple as a 3 way switch controlling one leg or the other ?

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Re: Two speed motors #8431
03/21/02 09:17 PM
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if the motor has only 3 wires ,a common, hi & low. a 3 way switch would work fine if it can handle the load. just one thing though it want have a on or off. [Linked Image]ERWIN


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