AC Electric Motor Start Capacitor 10 Qty SC0022 - 270-324 uf (mfd) 110-125 VAC Round HVAC

$55.67
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SKU
SC0022 (10x SC0020)
Shipping: FREE via USPS Flat Rate
For replacement of OEM single phase motor capacitors.
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TEMCo ID SC0022 (10x SC0020)
Lot Quantity 10
Uf (mfd) 270-324
Maximum Voltage 110-125
Frequency (Hz) 50/60
Temperature Range -40 to +65 Deg C
Tolerance -0% / +20%
Format Round
Construction Style Phenolic Resin Case
Overall Height (in) 2.75
Diameter (in) 1.437
Terminal type 1/4 in. Quick Disconnect Terminals
Terminals Per Post 2
Agency Approvals UL Recognized, EIA-463-A, Meets Type 2 Standard Duty Specifications
Length (in) 1.44
Width (in) 1.44
Height (in) 2.75
Weight (lb) 5
Warranty 1 Year
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Data Sheet
pdf
(Size: 1.7 MB)
Dimensional Diagram
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(Size: 169.6 KB)
Warranty
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(Size: 381.6 KB)
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TEMCo's AC Electric Motor Start Capacitors are designed specifically for replacement of OEM single phase motor capacitors. These units are housed in a rugged phenolic resin case. All units are PCB-free. Units are usually in stock and ship fast with Same Day Shipping from California, delivered within 2 to 5 Days.

Features

  • Made in the USA
  • Rugged phenolic resin case
  • No PCBs
  • For use with 1 phase motor and gear motor applications
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