motor is 1.5 RPM CCW
Starting torque is 125 in/lbs @ 115V 60 H
no other motor in that factory
Oh no if there's one person on here I whole heartedly trust it's Owen LOL
You aren't really getting the messages, it is fire you are playing with, never trust information that you have not verified.
The plant may indeed think it only has 1.5 RPM motors but that doesn’t prevent a screw up from happening and the plant having other than 1.5 RPM motors. Even when marked by the motor maker that doesn't mean the motor is a 1.5 RPM motor.
You are trying to determine why your stove is consuming more pellets than you think it should, we are laying out some of the things that need to be verified plus some other things that relate to burn issues seen on several stoves.
True vendor error can never be overlooked.
Those are what the motor spec are suppose to be. I posted so you can check them against what you have
Alright, had the local tech stop in today and verify that everything was running good. I didn't time all the settings but on low, it's 2 on, 4 off. Stove is burning about 1.5 bags every 24hrs and it's producing heat! Glorious heat! LOL
Hey I'll take it. Uploading some pics on manual 2 with it tweeked. I took Ihatepropane's suggestion and added gasket around the burnpot, which of course put more air thru it, so I had to damper it lower but it's running good.
The door thermo runs between 250-300 degrees and I use pretty much a flat 2 bags a day on manual 2.
Thank god it's no longer burning 3, on low!
Glass is a little dirty in a couple pics, but once tweeked it cleared up.
All pics were of it running on Manual 2
Sounds like maybe a 1 RPM auger motor might give better controlability, especially since the board programming seems to be all over the place.
Owen, I think someone needs to look at what they gave you for timings that 1.8/6.0 you have for low is according to the owner who has one 2/4.0 which is a 30% higher feed rate than your documents indicate.
IHP, eventually the rest of the folks will figure it out.
Cladmaster, what is this clean you are yammering about?
Thus concludes this lesson, or does it?