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Motor Specifications (Example) Agency Symbols
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
UL Recognized Component Mark
UL file #
CSA Mark - Certified by the Canadian
Standards Association
CSA file #
CE (Conformit Europene) Marking
This mark signifies the motor complies with
the European Low Voltage Directive.
CSA Verification Mark - Complies with
CSAs Energy Efficiency Verification
Service and their Standard C390 - C390
is the Canadian efficiency equivalent of
EPAct.
CC# - Compliance Certification Number as
per assigned by the Department of Energy.
Motors meeting EPAct efficiencies or higher
will have this number.
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Marathon Electric Nameplate Information - HOW TO READ A MARATHON ELECTRIC NAMEPLATE
The nameplate is the key to selecting the proper replacement motor.
19. WT/LBS - Motor weight in pounds
20. WT/KG - Motor weight in kilograms
21. HZ - Input frequency of the power supply, usually 50 or 60 HZ
22. VOLTS - Voltage rating of the motor at the operating frequency
23. HP - Rated horsepower the motor will produce
24. KW - Rated output in watts
25. F.L. AMPS - The rated load current expressed in amps at nameplated
horsepower with nameplate voltage and frequency
26. S.F. - Percentage of the rated horsepower the motor can safely operate at:
Example: 1.15 SF (115% of rated HP)
27. PF / COS - Power Factor / Cosine is the ratio of actual power to the
apparent power
28. RPM - Full load speed at rated frequency
29. NOM EFF - Average Efficiency
30. SHAFT END BEARING - Manufacturer drive end bearing number
31. OPP. END BEARING - Manufacturer opposite drive end bearing number
32. SHAFT END BRG - Drive end bearing size
33. OPP - Opposite drive end bearing size
1. MODEL - The ID number
2. DATE CODE - The month and year manufactured
3. MTG. - Mounting
4. FRAME - The size & mounting
5. PART NO. - Customer part number
6. SER. - Serial number
7. TYPE - Electrical type
8. DES. - Code by NEMA or IEC
9. PH - Electrical phase usually 1 or 3
10. INS CL - Insulation Class
11. DUTY - Time rating under load
12. MAX AMB - The allowable surrounding air temperature
13. ENCL - Enclosure (i.e. TEFC)
14. RISE - The temperature rise over ambient expressed in degrees
Celsius when the motor operates at nameplated HP or KW
15. IP - Inherent Protection of the enclosure to solids and liquids as
defined by IEC 34-5
16. IC - Inherent Cooling
17. CODE - NEMA locked-rotor KVA
18. MTH/YR MFG. - Month and year motor was manufactured
MARATHON ELECTRIC
Since 1913, Marathon Electrics name has been recognized
for engineering excellence, custom-designed products and an
extensive product line of industrial quality motors. Available in
all popular enclosures from 1/12 HP through 3000 HP and in a
variety of mounting configurations, Marathon Electrics unique
designs provide more ways in which to add accessories, such
as blowers, brakes and encoders, to our motors than anyone
else in the motor business. Our state-of-the-art lab facilities
are equipped and staffed with the finest resources available
to ensure successful utilization of our products. Finally,
as the preferred supplier of motors to most of the top drive
manufacturers in North America, we have what it takes to be
a leader in understanding the interaction of drives as they are
applied with AC induction motors.
WEBSITE AND E-COMMERCE
Information can be accessed instantly, any time of the
day on ME-business. Marathon customers can sign-up for
ME-business by contacting their sales representative.
ME-business can be accessed through: www.
marathonelectric.com.
Stock Availability
Order Status
Shipping Information
Invoice Information
Product features and performance data
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HOW TO READ A MODEL NUMBER:
Each Marathon Electric motor carries a model number that can
be used to define some of the motors physical and electrical
characteristics.
Example (For Fractional): 1PC48C17D2000AP
This is a breakdown of the model on the nameplate:
1 P C 48 C 17 D 2000 A P
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12
This is a breakdown of the model in the catalog:
48 C 17 D 2000
4 5 6 7 10
Example (For Integral): 2QA215TBDRA7076ALL
This is a breakdown of the model on the nameplate:
2 Q A 215T B D R A 7076 AL L
1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12
This is a breakdown of the model in the catalog:
215T B D R A 7076
4 5 7 8 9 10

1. Date Code - Year of Manufacture
(Not shown in catalog listings.)
2. Thermal Protection (Not shown in catalog listings.)
UL Recognized UL Recognized
Motor Protector Motor
Combination Construction

Automatic Reset Automatic Reset Automatic Reset
Q Yes Yes
S No No
U No Yes
W # Yes
Manual Reset Manual Reset Manual Reset
P Yes Yes
Z No Yes
X No No
None None None
V No Yes
# Motor protector combination is U.L. recognized only if
motor is used in direct drive fan duty application, and is
under locked rotor condition, or is running under no-load
condition.
3. Date Code - Month of Manufacturer (Not shown in catalog
listings.)
4. NEMA Frame Size - (Integral motors - T and U designate
standard shaft, TS and US designate short shaft)
5. Electrical Type
Single Phase:
A = Permanent split capacitor
B = Capacitor start, capacitor run
C = Capacitor start, induction run
N = Split phase start, capacitor run
S = Split phase
Three Phase:
T = Three phase
H = Inverter Duty/IEEE841 Inverter Duty
V = Medium Voltage
DC Power:
E = Permanent Magnet DC
6. RPM or Speed at 60 Hz (Fractional Only)
34 = 2-Pole, 3600 rpm
17 = 4-Pole, 1800 rpm
11 = 6-Pole, 1200 rpm
8 = 8-Pole, 900 rpm
7. Enclosure
D = Dripproof
E = Explosion proof, non-ventilated
F = Totally enclosed, fan cooled
G = Explosion proof, fan cooled
O = Open
P = Partial
S = Semi-enclosed
T = Totally enclosed, non-ventilated
V = Washdown, non-ventilated
W = Washdown, fan cooled
8. Frame Construction
Integral Fractional
L = Aluminum (Full Frame) B = Rolled Steel - Sourced
Y = Aluminum (Full Frame) D = Stainless Steel
Z = Aluminum (High Mount Down Frame) U = Frameless
H = Aluminum - Sourced
R = Rolled Steel (Full Frame)
W = Rolled Steel (Full Frame)
X = Rolled Steel (High Mount Down Frame)
B = Rolled Steel - Sourced
S = Cast Iron (Full Frame)
N = Cast Iron (Full Frame)
P = Cast Iron (High Mount Down Frame)
C = Cast Iron - Sourced
D = Stainless Steel
9. Style Letter (A, B, C, etc. indicate redesign)
10. Sequence Number
11. Minor Modification Letter(s)
Fractional - 1 letter; Integral - 2 letters
12. Manufacturing Code - A code for the factory where the
motor was manufactured.
(where applicable)
- Sourced
- Sourced
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HOW TO READ A MODEL NUMBER: Continued
Example (harmonized motor design):
A B C D E F G H
5 KH 3 6 K G 142 X
A. Rotating Device
B. Type of Winding
KH - Split Phase
KC - Capacitor Start, Induction Run
K - Polyphase
KCP - Permanent Split Capacitor
KCR - Capacitor Start, Capacitor Run
C. Lamination Size
3 - 48 frame, 4 - 56 frame
D. Length of Frame
48 frame 56 frame
2 5.17 5.73
3 5.42 6.63
4 None None
5 5.80 7.11
6 6.23 None
7 6.63 7.63
8 7.23 8.44
9 Spec. Spec.
E. Stack Length
A - 5/8 F - 1-1/4 L - 1-7/8 S - 3.0
B - 3/4 G - 1-3/8 M - 2.0 T - 3-1/4
C - 7/8 H - 1-1/2 N - 2-1/4 U - 3-1/2
D - 1.0 J - 1-5/8 P - 2-1/2 W - 4.0
E - 1-1/8 K - 1-3/4 R - 2-3/4 Q - Spec.
F. Sequence Number
G. Current Revision (blank if original)
H. Type of Overload
X - UL Auto running & locked rotor
Y - UL Manual running & locked rotor
S - UL Auto locked rotor
T - Non-UL Auto running & locked rotor
U - Non-UL Manual running & locked rotor
V - Thermostat
W - UL Motor Parts
ORDERING INFORMATION
When ordering, please include the model number, catalog
number, description of the motor, quantity, shipping and
billing instructions. For pricing of non-stock motors, or if you
need assistance in selecting the proper motor, please contact
your nearest Marathon Electric sales representative or local
Marathon Electric Distributor. All prices and data are subject
to change without notice.
CANCELLATIONS AND RETURNS
Stock Product
Stock product can be returned for credit as defined herein.
Equipment must be in original packaging, unused in as
shipped condition and is limited to products currently
maintained in stock inventory. The quantity returned cannot
exceed Marathon Electrics normal stock quantity level. All
motors returned must have date codes no older than 18 months
from date of manufacture. The minimum restocking charge
is 15% of the original net purchase price. Modified and build
to order motors cannot be returned for credit. Return freight
charges are the responsibility of the customer returning the
motor for credit. No returns will be accepted without prior
authorization.
Non-stock Product Cancellation policy:
Cancellation charges for non-stock orders received and entered
will be determined based on the percentage of completion in
the engineering and manufacturing process, accounting for all
costs plus a reasonable profit. Marathon Electrics determination
of the cancellation charges shall be conclusive.
DISCOUNTS AND MULTIPLIERS
Except as noted, all prices in this catalog are list prices. 200
and 575 volt 3 phase ratings utilize the same list price as
230/460 volt. NEMA short shaft (TS) utilize the same list price
as standard shaft (T). Contact Marathon Electric for special
bearing systems, including all requirements for sleeve or
roller bearing. For your discount and multiplier, contact your
local Marathon Electric sales representative or local Marathon
Electric Distributor.
MODIFICATION/ACCESSORIES
See the Modification/Accessories Sections for more information
on modifications to create special motor variations.
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STOCK, NON-STOCK AND BUILD UP MODELS
Standard motors listed in this catalog, as indicated with a
star (*) next to the catalog number, are normally in stock.
There is no minimum order quantity or minimum billing charge
associated with stock motors, unless stated otherwise in your
quotation or agreement with Marathon Electric.
Production of non-stock catalog models and all build-up
models is subject to minimum order quantities or setup
charges listed below.
48-140 Frame = 25 piece minimum
180-210 Frames = 5 piece minimum or $200 set-up/model
250-320 Frames = 5 piece minimum or $300 set-up/model
Build-up motors must be thoroughly described at time of order,
and/or associated with a formal quotation issued by Marathon
Electric. Inclusion of product features for similar motors
documented in this catalog should not be assumed.
SERVICE
For service on any Marathon Electric motor, contact your
nearest Marathon Electric Authorized Service Station.
For a complete listing of all domestic and foreign service
stations, refer to Marathon Electrics brochure, SB112, or
www.marathonelectric.com.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
For information on operation and maintenance, please consult
the manual or card shipped with your new motor. Additional
copies of Installation, Operation & Maintenance Instructions
(brochure SB181) are available upon request or through our
web site, www.marathonelectric.com.
STORAGE PROCEDURES
In the event that long-term storage of motors is required,
Marathon Electric recommends the following precautions and
procedures. This information is also contained in Installation,
Operation and Maintenance Instructions (SB181).

A. Keep motors clean
1. Store indoors
2. Keep covered to eliminate airborne dust and
dirt.
3. Cover openings for ventilation, conduit
connections, etc., to prevent entry of rodents,
snakes, birds and insects.
B. Keep motors dry
1. Store in a dry area indoors
2. Temperature swings should be minimal to
prevent condensation.
3. Space heaters are recommended to prevent
condensation.
4. Treat unpainted flanges, shafts and fittings with
a rust inhibitor.
5. Check insulation resistance before putting motor
into service.
C. Keep bearings lubricated
1. Once per month, rotate shaft several turns to
distribute grease in bearings.
2. If unit has been stored more than one year,
add grease before start-up (refer to lubrication
procedure).
DIMENSION DRAWINGS
See Table of Contents for the dimension section in this
catalog, www.marathonelectric.com or request certified
drawings through your Marathon Electric Sales Engineer,
Representative or local Marathon Electric Distributor.
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SUBMITTAL DATA
Mechanical and electrical submittal data is available on
many stock catalog motors through our website
www.marathonelectric.com by following the three steps listed on
the next page. All other submittal data is available upon request
when accompanied by a purchase order for the specified motor,
subject to the following additional charges
SUBMITTAL CHARGE SCHEDULE
General Information
WARRANTY
Marathon Electric warrants Fractional and Integral motors to be free from defects in materials and workmanship and to conform to
Marathons written specifications.
* Warranty period shown is in months, and is valid for whichever period expires first.
Note: Brake discs are considered a normal maintenance item and are not covered under warranty.
For more information, on Marathon Electrics warranty policy, refer to the Terms and Conditions of Sale (MPN411) in the back of this
catalog.
Warranty Warranty
Period from Period from
Date of Date of
Motor Type Installation* Manufacture*
Standard Warranty for any product not shown below 12 18
Medium Voltage 12 18
EPAct compliant (aluminum, steel & cast iron frame) 24 30
Blue Chip Severe Duty Explosion Proof 24 30
Blue Max

, Black Max

, & microMax

Inverter Duty 36 42
All XRI

(NEMA Premium

) incl. ODP, Blue Chip, Severe Duty, Explosion Proof, etc. 36 42


U-Frame Automotive Duty 60 66
Blue Chip IEEE-841 60 66
TYPE ELEMENTS NET/EA
Nameplate data
Motor characteristics
BASIC (.PDF Performance data No-Charge
format) Outline drawing
External connection diagram
Add for .dxf or .dwg format $25

BASIC-PLUS
All BASIC elements, tailored to

(.pdf format)
specific order.
Cut sheets of installed accessories
$75
Add for .dxf or .dwg format $25
Speed/Torque curve $50
Torque capability curve $50
ADDITIONAL Commercial (end of line) test results (not
ITEMS available for West Plains motors)*
$50
(.pdf formats) Certificate of conformance $100

Thermal damage curve (48-326T frame)
$500 + cost of
additional motor

Thermal damage curve (364T-6805 frame)
$1500 +cost of
additional motor
* Does not imply retesting
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1. From our homepage, click on the Motors link.
From the Motors page, enter in the Marathon
Catalog number or Model number.
Then click on Model number in results window.
(Note: If you already have a Marathon Electric motor and
are looking for the performance data, make sure the model
number off the nameplate is what you use for your search. Ex.
056H17T5301).
2. The Motor Model Details page will appear. You will be able
to print dimensional drawings and connection diagrams in PDF
format for the motors. Under the Technical Data section, click
on the link, Certification Data Sheet.
3. Your results will look similar to the example shown to
the right for Marathons 1/2 HP, Black Max

motor, model
# 056H17T5301. Its that easy!