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What does SFA mean on a motor nameplate?

The amount of current the motor will draw when running at the full Service Factor is called the Service Factor Amps. The S.F.A. is an example. It's eight Amps at 230 volts. Constantly exceeding the S.F.A. Motor life can be shortened by showing on the nameplate.

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