Heck of a shunt motor. I estimate it to be able to hack between 1hp and 1 1/4hp depending on duty and cooling. "SPEC" doesn't say much!
Teflon wires and a little cage for a resolver.
Little gearmotor on a conveyor.
1/3hp fan motor, psc, 208-240v.
Oldschool! 1/2hp, likely from the 1940s. Came with the house.
.55kW (3/4hp) 3-ph 208/480 TEFC
Classic 1ph dual voltage pump motor. Torquey! (Cap start, cap run).
90v 1240rpm 3.2A 1/3hp TENV continuous duty.
Really weird motor. Not sure quite what's up with it. Takes 110vac (I...think?) but has brushes. Series-wound? Needs to be tested.
Weird solenoid friction brake on weird motor.
Super-beefy 1/3hp shunt made in the UK as a trainer, with attached drive.
'Nuff said. Likely will end up on my band saw.
Cute little 3ph, goes to a heck of a worm drive.
1/2hp pump duty.
Procon rotory vane pump (I heard you like pressure...)
Little 350w gearmotor. Might end up on my bike.
PMDC, ~28v, likely 1/4-1/3hp.
Found this in a Xerox/Tektronix solid ink printer for the main drum. Chunky. 24v.
Really neat two-phase bldc for hvac fan applications. However, this one's drive is junked.
Bodine motor that goes to a bodine drive I have.