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    I have acquired two of these motors they have come from a CNC machine, but type not known.
    Can anybody shed some light as to what they are and if they are worth keeping. Thanks ..Clive

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    Going by the label, they're just a couple normal small single phase induction motors.

    I'd guess two wires will be to power the main coils, two for a shaded pole/starting coil for starting purposes, and one an earth.
    They certainly don't appear to be anything special.

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    As said above, they're just standard 220V split-phase AC motors.

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    Thanks for the replies folks. and there was me thinking I had a bit of gold ..Clive
    Last edited by Clive S; 25-09-2013 at 05:35 PM.

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