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Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

(OP)
Hi guys, bew to this forum so please forgive me if I post in the wrong place! Father just bought a ramp and want to confirm whether it is singnle or three phase, thanks!

RE: Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

Hey Matty, your answer is under the word DUTY in the upper left hand corner of the label where it says PH: 1, not 3.

CR

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RE: Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

(OP)
Thank you gentlemen! Straight to the point and informative!

RE: Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

Far left side of the label, left of the word "CODE", it says "PH [1]", meaning 1 phase.


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RE: Is this motor single or threee phase? Thank you

And the connection diagram shows a single phase connection.

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