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What is a Variable Frequency Drive?
A variable frequency drive is an electronic device that allows you to start, stop, and control the speed of a three phase motor. It is also a motor starter as it is equipped with overload protection. Read more »
What is the difference between a 'new surplus' motor and a 'factory new' motor?
Our New Surplus electric motors are offered at lower prices and come with our 90-day warranty.

Factory New products are competitively priced and come with a manufacturers warranty.
Variable frequency drives (VFDs or inverters) now play an important part in major industry.
Within the last 10 years they have been perfected to control and vary the speed of 3 phase electric motors. They serve many purposes, besides speed control. Homeowners and hobbyist alike, who have lathes or milling machines with a 3 phase motor, usually don't have 3 phase power to operate. These VFDs (instead of using a rotary phase converter) can now be used to convert single phase power to 3 phase power. Read more »

 
 
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0.75 HP, 3600 RPM, 115/208/230 Volts, ODP, 56CZ, Footless, Pool Pump

MODEL #: B1502  
B1502
 
Stock:  8
HP : 0.75
RPM : 3600
Enclosure : ODP
Frame : 56CZ
Frame Remarks : Footless, Pool Pump
Volts : 115/208/230
Phase : 1
Manufacturer : Bluffton Motor Works
Item Condition : New Surplus
Weight:  23 lbs
Our Price:
$92.00
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AmeriBlue C-Face Pool Cleaner Motor - Polaris/Zodiac

  • New Surplus in factory carton
  • Service Factor: 1.5
  • Shaft: Threaded
  • Double sealed bearings
  • Painted Endbells
  • UL 1081 Pool Pump Motor
  • Made in USA
  • AmeriBlue lists this as a replacement for: Dyna-Tech C1502 / Century B625 / US MotorsSwitchless EB625
NOTE: This motor is NOT equipped with a Safety Vacuum Release System (SVRS). SVRS helps prevent drowning due to body entrapment on underwater drains. In some pool configurations, if a person’s body covers the drain, the person can be trapped by suction. The SVRS turns off the pump if this occurs. Depending on your pool configuration, a SVRS may be required to meet local, state, and federal requirements.
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