About this Item
- C-Face mounting design
- NEMA 56C electric motor
- UL Listed & CSA approved
- TENV – totally enclosed, non-venting
- Standard duty, dual voltage
- Single-phase motor with a start capacitor
- Stainless steel finish w/ matte aluminum end bells
- 15 min. maximum run time
The Leeson/EG 1 1/2 HP Stainless Steel C-Face Boat Lift Motor is a dual voltage, standard duty single-phase electric motor with a start capacitor. Stainless steel finish. Features the standard direct drive mounting hole pattern. Fits our A-Drive direct drive boat hoists and boat lifts. Fits direct drive systems like the BH-USA A-Drive Direct Drive Systems, Golden Sea Drives, and other direct drive input faces. Includes aluminum end bells. Double-shielded ball bearings. Dynamically balanced rotors. 5/8 in. motor shaft.
NEMA 56C frame. UL listed and CSA approved. Features a totally enclosed, non-venting housing (TENV). The TENV housing helps prevent dirt and insects from getting into the electric motor. Maximum run time of 15 minutes. Easy-to-follow wiring diagrams included with the electric motor. Features colored T-wires. Includes cross-reference wire chart for all Leeson Electra-gear motors. Made by Leeson Motors.
Does not work on belt-drive boat hoists or boat lifts.
Factory Electric Motors
Wired 220v from the factory. Allows for rewiring to 110v. Does not include an in-line GFCI, control cable, or drum switch.
Factory Wired Motors
Includes an inline GFCI, control cable, and drum switch. Wired to the voltage, switch type, and length of control cable selected.
BH-USA recommends using a licensed electrician to wire or rewire any electrical components.
C-Face Style Motors
A “C–Face” motor is a common American mechanical standard. Designed with a rugged flange on the face of the motor for mounting purposes. The weight of the motor is supported by the flange. Most commonly attached to a gearbox. The flange is strong enough to cantilever the motor.
The NEMA C-Face mount incorporates a machined-face flange and a pilot on the end of the shaft to allow direct coupling with equipment. Bolts pass from the mounting face through threaded holes in the motor.