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Single Phase Motor replaces Liebert air conditioning units.

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Model C663 is direct replacement for Liebert model B-095D condenser motor, Johnstone part number S89-084, and Emerson part number K63HXEF4-4599. Single shaft motor is suited for 208-230/460 V 60 Hz, 1100 rpm applications at ¾ hp, or 50 Hz applications requiring 190/380 V, 925 rpm replacement motor. Motor includes capacitor and rainshield for protection in rugged weather conditions, and is resilient mounted.



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A. O. Smith Direct Replacement Motors for Liebert Air-Conditioning Units


Tipp City, Ohio - A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company will announce at the EASA convention, June 16 - 18, that it plans to start production of the new Liebert direct replacement motor, model C663.

This A. O. Smith motor, which goes into production June 17, is a direct replacement for Liebert model B-095D that is used in a wide variety of that company's condenser product line. The A. O. Smith model C663 motor also replaces Johnstone part number S89-084 and Emerson part number K63HXEF4-4599.

"A. O. Smith replacement motors for Liebert units are suitable for use with a variable voltage, low ambient speed control," stated - Eric Roetter, technical support representative, A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company.

A. O. Smith's line of Liebert condenser replacement motors is suited for 208-230/460 volt, 1100-rpm applications at ¾ horsepower at 60 HZ. Moreover, the replacement motor is available for 50 HZ applications requiring a 190/380 volt, 925-rpm, replacement motor. These new A. O. Smith replacement motors for Liebert units are single-phase, contain a single shaft and are resilient mounted.

For added customer convenience, the new C663 motors will include a capacitor and rainshield for enhanced performance and to protect against rugged weather conditions.

A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company, based in Tipp City, Ohio, is A. O. Smith Corporation's largest operating unit, with 2001 sales of $803 million. It manufactures a comprehensive line of fractional horsepower A/C and D/C, hermetic, and integral horsepower electric motors used in a wide array of consumer, commercial, and industrial products.

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