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Evergreen® ECM Motors and Control Modules
Genteq® is the leading brand in Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) technology used by all major HVAC system manufacturers for over 30 years. ECMs are found in outdoor fan and indoor blower applications in residential and light commercial HVAC systems. These direct drive fractional horsepower (FHP) motors include constant torque, constant speed and constant airflow.
Our Genteq Evergreen® line of motors are the smartest choice in the aftermarket, offering ECM replacement with minimal inventory burden, fast and easy installation, and energy savings, which in turn increases the value for the dealer, installer and homeowner. Convert your truck from 32 PSC motors to 3 ECM motors!
Replace Constant Airflow (Variable Speed) ECM: The Evergreen® VS Motor and Evergreen VS user interface are designed to replace Genteq® constant airflow (variable speed) ECM indoor blower motors. The Evergreen VS product line is designed specifically to replace GE® models 2.0 and 2.5, and Genteq models 2.3, 3.0 and Eon® motors (including models formerly branded GE or GE ECM by Regal Beloit).
Replace Constant Torque ECM: The Evergreen® CM motor, or commercial building series VAV box replacement motor, is designed to replace OEM constant torque ECM indoor blower motors such as Genteq® X13® and Endura Pro motors.
Replace Genteq® ECM Control Modules: The Evergreen® EM control module can be used to replace ECM control modules for Genteq® X13®, Endura® Pro and Evergreen EM motors.
Replace Constant Torque ECM: The Evergreen® EM motor is designed to replace OEM constant torque ECM indoor blower motors such as Genteq® X13® and Endura® Pro motors.
Replace PSC Indoor Blower Motor: The Evergreen® IM motor is an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) designed to replace an existing Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC), direct drive, indoor blower motor. It is constructed with more than 20 years of proven ECM technology and reliability. Discover how Evergreen IM ECM indoor blower motors optimize IAQ accessories and increase indoor air quality.
The InTune® WIFI programmer provides wireless connection from a smart phone to applicable stock Evergreen motors for real-time adjustment of the motor's operating point.
Replace PSC Outdoor Condenser Fan Motor: The Evergreen® outdoor motor, also known as Evergreen® OM motor, is an ECM motor designed to replace induction motors (shaded pole or PSC) in outdoor fan applications in HVAC systems. The Evergreen OM motor is now available with remote mount control allowing for all angle mount with a lower profile.
Thirty-two years after ECM (electronically commutated motor) technology was introduced to the residential and light commercial HVAC industry, the indoor blower motor segment of this industry is now almost completely converted from PSC to ECM. Interestingly enough, the first application for ECM in the HVAC industry was also the indoor blower motor. The constant air-flow “variable speed” indoor blower motor was introduced by GE* in 1987.
"Part 2: EC Indoor Blower Motors, Resistance is Futile", by Christopher Mohalley. August 2020 feature reposted with permission from RSES Journal, www.rsesjournal.com.
A common misconception about EC indoor blower motors is that they all maintain airflow and solve airflow issues such as undersized ductwork and/or dirt load on the air side components. In part one of this article (see June 2020 issue of RSES Journal), I explained that there are actually two different types of EC indoor blower motors, constant airflow and constant torque.
"Part 3: EC Indoor Blower Motors, Resistance Is Futile", by Christopher Mohalley. October 2020 feature reposted with permission from RSES Journal, www.rsesjournal.com.
In Parts 1 and 2 of this series (published in the June and August 2020 issues, respectively, of RSES Journal), I discussed how to adjust airflow and the airflow performance characteristics of EC indoor blower motors. The information in those articles can also be used for diagnosing operating ECMs that exhibit airflow related issues.
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