It is important to keep this struggle between performance and cost in mind when you talk to customers about energy-efficient motor-driven equipment. Yes, efficiency is probably more important to homeowners now than ever, but that efficient operation comes at a price. And motor manufacturers will keep working to strike that balance between motor performance, efficiency, and cost.
Note! Not all drives allow the use of a ferrite sleeve around power conductors. Refer to your manuafacturer’s manual for specific applications.
Shield drain wire must be spliced only to mating shield drain wires and not grounded at the junction box. Feedback shields must be passed through pin for pin. Separate junction boxes for power and feedback are required.
You will need to use the ohmmeter as an ohmeter and not as a continuity checker for the next step in the procedure. You will want to use the lowest ohm scale your meter offers, as the typical winding resistance in motors such as these is less than 100 ohms. If the motor is a permanent split-capacitor motor, you are going to be looking for common and speed taps of the winding.