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95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty

95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty

  • 95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty
  • 95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty
  • 95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty
  • 95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty
95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty
Product Details:
Place of Origin: Changzhou, China
Brand Name: trusTec
Certification: CE、High-tech Enterprise Certificate、ISO9000 Certificate 2023
Model Number: YDK-95-4
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 800 pcs
Price: Negotiable (FOB/CNF/CIF)
Packaging Details: Standard carton packing, foam board inside for protection.
Delivery Time: 15 days fresh products after order confirmation.
Payment Terms: T/T, L/C
Supply Ability: 100,000 pcs per month
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Detailed Product Description
Voltage: 220V Frequency: 50Hz
Output Power: 95W Pole: 4P
Speed: 1100RPM Capacitor: 6μF/450V
Insulation Class: Class B Rotation: CCW

Key Parameters








Rated Current




YDK-95-4 95 50 1100 1.2 220

Ps:all dimension can be customized according to customer requirement.


95W 1100RPM Outdoor Fan Motor 4P CCW 6uF/370V Air Duty


Product Features

1. Use NSK low noise high quality rolling bearing.

2. Small vibration,high efficiency .

3. Low temperature ,small vibration.

4. Advanced manufacturing equipment, skilled craftwork, high level of automatization, high quality insurance.

5.Totally Enclosed Air Over (TEAO) – Allows for all position mounting.


Product Applications

1. Air conditioner indoor / outdoor unit.

2. Air Purifiers, Air refresher.

3. Range hood, sewer grinder, dehumidifier, medical equipment, special blender etc.

4.AC condenser fans



Q1- What is the warranty of the motors?

The warranty is 36 months on the production date, under the warranty we will afford the shipping cost to send the replacement.


Q2- What is the application of the motors?

All the motors are widely used in HVC&R line.


Q3- Can you design the motor according to the different request?

Yes, we can offer the ODM.


Q4- Do you have distributors overseas?

Yes. We have distributors in USA, Holland, Spain, Turkey, Sudan, UAE, KSA...


Q5- What is the most important advantage for the export?

Besides the competitive price with the good quality, the critical point is the quick response, the efficient export team and the fast delivery time.


Q6- How to get the accurate offer?

The precise price will be quoted after checking the specification and mounting dimension of the motor.


What Is A Condenser Fan Motor?

A condenser fan motor is a component in the condensing unit of an HVAC system, which is located outdoors. It has a significant effect on the comfort level in your home. As such, it plays an important role in sustaining the cooling process in your air-conditioner. It helps produce cool air by drawing air in from the outside and expelling heat into the outdoor air.

Without proper maintenance, a condenser fan motor can accumulate dirt, dust, and debris. Plus, it will experience increased wear and tear over time. And this can lead to warmer air, poorer airflow, and a stuffier indoor environment. A smooth-running condenser fan motor doesn’t only make your home comfortable. It can also help reduce your energy consumption. Furthermore, it improves your indoor air quality, and extends the life of your equipment.

 How to replace A Condenser Fan Motor?


This best replacement motor is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) motor. OEM motors are specifically designed to fit the unit’s specs and are adapted to its model’s blade, static pressure, and size constraints. However, there will be times when you won’t have an OEM motor and will have to use an aftermarket motor on your truck. During this step, you must consider a few different criteria for finding a replacement motor.

Size and frameClearly, you’ll want to use a motor that fits the system. Frame and size are going to be the two most obvious factors to consider when selecting a motor. Size is pretty straightforward. You can’t install a motor that doesn’t fit. However, depth is what you really want to pay attention to. Even if the new motor positions the fan blades just a little deeper or shallower than they initially were, the blade placement may adversely affect the airflow. You’ll want the fan blades to remain as close to their original position as possible to prevent airflow and high head pressure complications.While you technically can modify the application to fit a motor’s frame, we don’t recommend it. If the new motor fails due to an incorrect installation, the original motor type may no longer fit because of the modifications you made for the aftermarket motor.

Specifications to checkWhen replacing motors, you’re going to want four other values to be nearly the same as the old motor: RPM, voltage range, horsepower, and amperage. RPMs, or revolutions per minute, should be an exact match or extremely close. RPM is usually related to the number of poles, which is important for the motor’s form and function. It’s worth noting that some manufacturers may list 1075 RPM as 1100 RPM or vice versa. Those work fine interchangeably, as they are both six-pole motors. However, it is not okay to use a motor with 1075 RPM to replace a motor with 875 RPM; the latter is an eight-pole motor, so the two are incompatible.You’ll also want the voltage range to be an exact match. For most residential and light commercial applications, the voltage range on single-phase motors will be 208-230v.Horsepower and amperage measure roughly the same thing: power at a given voltage. It’s best to find a replacement with the same horsepower and amperage. Some technicians replace motors with slightly higher horsepower and amperage, which is fine within reason. However, we NEVER recommend going below the original horsepower.

Pull the condenser fanBefore you pull the condenser fan, pull the disconnect and use a voltmeter to make sure there’s no potential present. Check leg to ground on each side and leg to leg.Take the top off and set it on the ground, fan blades up. This is a good time to inspect the blades. Check for damage, corrosion, or other conditions that will affect its performance. If any blades need to be changed out, go ahead and do that. Three things should match the original fan blade: the pitch, the number of blades, and the diameter. If you’re going to reuse the original blade, pull the set screw out before removing it. As you can see in the picture above, we like to clean the blade shaft with a lubricant. We then scrub it away with sandpaper or a wire brush and remove the blade. The blade should slide off smoothly when the shaft has as little grime and mechanical wear as possible.Another trick to help remove the fan is to hold a crescent wrench on the backside between the motor and the fan blade. Then, use your hand to rotate the blade a little bit in each direction. As you hold the end shaft in place with the wrench, the opposing rotational forces may loosen the blade up and make it easier to remove.

Remove the nuts and the failed motorTo access the motor, you’ll have to remove the nuts that bolt it to the top of the unit. You will need to replace these later, so take note of the nut type; they may be acorn nuts or open-back nuts. Regardless of what they are, remove them.Once you remove the nuts, you may start replacing the motor. Flip the top over to expose the motor. At this point, you can go ahead and remove the failed motor.

Repalce the motorDuring this step, you’ll want to pay attention to the parts you have and their orientation.Pay attention to the wiring on the new motor. You don’t want the wires to be pinched or awkwardly placed within the unit. In the picture above, you’ll notice that the wires have been correctly aligned with the conduit (highlighted in white).When you put the motor in place, turn the top back over. You may notice that the studs are quite long and won’t allow the cover to fit back on. You’re going to cut them, but be sure to screw the nuts back in first. If you try to put the nuts back on after you’ve guesstimated the stud length, you might not be able to align the threads properly.In many cases, you’ll need to cut the studs on the bottom side by the shaft as well.

Tighten down the fanRegardless of how many set screws your fan blade has, you’ll only want to tighten them down on flats. If you only have one flat, you only tighten one screw. Be careful not to overtighten the set screw. The set screw should be snug, but overtightening could cause it to break or create a burr on the shaft that will make the blade hard to get off later.Check that the fan’s rotation is correct. This task can be tricky, but we recommend placing the top back on the unit with the rotation wires sticking out of the top of the fan. Ensure that the blades spin in the correct direction for the unit and don’t hit anything.While the rotation wires are exposed, we recommend encasing them together with some heat shrink tubing. Then, use tie wires to fasten the insulated rotation wires to the inner side of the unit’s top. We secure the wires to that part of the unit to keep the rotation wires out of reach without interfering with the fan blades. When the rotation wires are exposed, they may attract children or animals and shock them if they touch the wiring.

Perform a final inspectionEven though you’ve been working through each step carefully up to this point, you still want to make one final check before you test the voltage of the new motor. We’ve put together a checklist for you:the blade doesn’t hit any other parts,everything is wired properly,the blade spins freely,appropriate weep/drainage ports have been removed,the blade should be at an appropriate height in the shroud,the top is securely mounted and fastened,the rotation wires have been insulated and fastened securely

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