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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2018 01:05 pm
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John McComas
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70" Hunter "stockbridge" (China) 100 RPM top speed, low 29 RPM, # of poles?

I thought most modern ceiling fans were ~220 RPM with 24 poles...
What is this thing?


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Levi Mevis
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Pictures?

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Levi Mevis wrote: Pictures?
I post this link because Levi can determine motor poles by looking at pictures!

(If I had a picture of the inside of the motor housing, I could have counted the poles myself)

http://www.hunterfan.com/ceiling-fans/stockbridge-with-light-70-inch-fam347

Happy Fanning

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What it could have is a DC motor. Many of these new ceiling fans are equipped with those from what I've seen on YouTube.

Last edited on Sat Jul 14th, 2018 07:17 pm by Duane Burright

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John McComas wrote: Levi Mevis wrote: Pictures?
I post this link because Levi can determine motor poles by looking at pictures!

(If I had a picture of the inside of the motor housing, I could have counted the poles myself)

http://www.hunterfan.com/ceiling-fans/stockbridge-with-light-70-inch-fam347

Happy Fanning

I meant I just wanted to see what the fan looked like, you don't need to be rude about it!

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