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Concept 3™ Fan Motor - Integrating Climate Sensitive Performance with High Efficiency


The Concept 3® motor is an advanced technology brushless permanent magnet motor coupled with controls designed for wet, dry, or mixed climates. This smart motor reduces your furnace’s fan motor energy consumption by 50%. In Western climates, this motor gives you a summer bonus by reducing your total cooling bill by 24%.

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Premium performance in an affordable
replacement motor.
The new Concept 3 is a high efficiency BPM (Brushless Permanent Magnet, also called Electrically Commutated) blower motor. BPM motors are more efficient than the PSC (Permanent Split Capacitor) motors commonly used in furnaces and air handlers. Concept 3 offers premium efficiency plus climate optimized controls in a motor designed for installation in standard heating and air conditioning systems.

Saves energy compared to standard PSC motors
• 50% heating electric savings
• Up to 28% cooling energy savings
• Up to 80% energy savings for continuous ventilation.
• Great for air filtration applications!

Easy to install
• Infinitely variable speed adjustable by installer
• Designed for installation into standard heating and air conditioning systems

Low Cost
Until now, these motors were very expensive. Now premium motor performance is available at an affordable price!

Climate optimized
• Fan control algorithm for super efficient cooling in dry climates
• Improved dehumidification capability for humid climates
• Accepts humidistat input for mixed dry/humid climates

The Concept3 is currently out of production.

Click here for instructions on installing & wiring a Concept 3 Motor.

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