Part # 5202X
By Century Motors
Part # 5202X
Manufacturer Code B121
Alternate Part #'s 101525, 1094, 1104355401, 14155, 141928, 14663, 15390, 158125, 158533, 159911, 159981, 164298, 164425, 164438, 164442, 165117, 177469, 1D177, 1K041, 2K412, 35-6401, 461, 52004, 5KC33MN2526BX, 5KC33MN2526X, 5U151, 8-164438-20, 816429824, A600DH, A600DHL, B121, B133, B625, B634, C1094, C1436, C489, C48J2DA142, C48J2DA153, C48J2DB142, C48J2DB153, C48J2DB157, C48J2DB158, C48J2DB159, C48J2N100, C48J2N113, C48J2N116A5, C48J2N120, C48J2N120A1, C48K2D5C1, C48K2DA128, C48K2DA141, C48K2DA147, C48K2DA5C1, C48K2DB141, C48K2N100, C48K2N101, C48K2N103, C48K2N109, C48K2N114, C48K2N115, C48K2N117, C48K2N117A2, C48K2N117A4, C48K2N117A5, C48K2N117A6, C48K2N117B1, C48K2N121, C48K2N122A1, CD75FL1, CD75FL1E, CK107, CK1072, EB121, EB634, K48K2N100, M602, MGT605092, P702, S88-170, SK1072, 35-126-1402, AOS-60-5049, AOSB121
Since this product is no longer available, what is an acceptable alternative?
The replacement to the 5203X MOTOR 56C KEYED FULL 1 HP (B122) is Motor C-Face Keyed 1.0HP Sgl Spd 115/230V EE (B653)
THE LABEL ON MY OLD PUMP MOTOR IS OLD AND HARD TO READ. I THINK ITS A 1 HP UNIT. I SEE YOU DO NOT HAVE PUREX TYPE A IN 1 HP. WILL USING THE .75 HP REPLACEMENT MOTOR BE FINE OR SHOULD I BUY THE 1.5 HP MOTOR? MY INGROUND POOL SIZE IS ROUGHLY 30,000 GALLONS. THANK YOU.
The replacement to the 5203X MOTOR 56C KEYED FULL 1 HP (B122) is Motor C-Face Keyed 1.0HP Sgl Spd 115/230V EE (B653). This will be of assistance if you have the Purex /Pentair A & AH Series Pump.
this you show me, is used or new, also is the same as the old I have now.
CAT # B-121
Hi Julio, This motor is new and is the direct replacement for the motor you have.
What is Service Factor?
Service Factor(SF) is a multiplier that when multiplied by the horsepower of the motor indicates the total permissible horsepower loading that may be carried when the motor is operating at rated voltage and frequency. The most important thing to remember when replacing a motor is that the replacement motor's horsepower times its service factor must be equal to or greater than the original motor's horsepower times its service factor. The Service Factor rating can be found on the motor label. See Step 4 of our How to Read a Pool Motor Label guide.