Teco Westinghouse: Single Phase ODP

April 6, 2021

The Single Phase ODP motor is designed for applications requiring high starting torque. Some standard features such as bi-directional rotation, starting capacitors and automatic overload protection provides for diverse applications. From Agriculture to HVAC and Compressors this feature-packed machine has you covered.


  •    –   1/4-3 HP
  •    –   Open Drip Proof Design
  •    –   60Hz, 115/230V or 230V or 208V 1.0 S.F.; Single Phase
  •    –   Horizontal F1 Mount
  •    –   3600 & 1800 RPM
  •    –   1.15 S.F.
  •    –   40°C Ambient
  •    –   Capacitor Start, Capacitor Run
  •    –   Class F Insulation
  •    –   Automatic Reset Overload
  •    –   Class B Temperature Rise
  •    –   Designed for 3300 ft. Elevation
  •    –   Bi-Directional Rotation
  •    –   Rolled Steel Frame
  •    –   Cast Aluminum Terminal Box
  •    –   1045 Carbon Steel Shaft
  •    –   Aluminum Die Cast Squirrel Cage Rotor Construction
  •    –   Paint System: Phenolic Rust Proof Base Plus Lacquer Top Coat
  •    –   Paint Color: Blue – Munsell 5 PB 3/8
  •    –   Double Shielded Bearings Pre-Packed with Lithium Base Grease
  •    –   No Terminals; Lead End Peel-Off Insulation
  •    –   Grounding Terminal Inside Main Box
  •    –   Stainless Steel Nameplate
  •    –   Motors are UL Recognized for United States and Canada


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