These high torque (13.7 ft-lb) waterproof/sealed wiper motors are ideal for pushing pantograph wiper arms - which are typically longer and heavier than their radial counterparts.
4A Sealed Marine Wiper Motors offer extremely reliable performance. With 13.7 ft-lb (18 N·m) of torque - the highest in their class, they can drive pantograph arms and blades up to 24" with less effort, generating less motor-killing heat.
They can be adjusted to left hand or right hand park, and to wipe angles from 40° to 110° in 10 degree increments.
Convenient color coded wiring for high speed, low speed, park, and ground, makes for easy installation.
This motor features a finely finished, good looking aluminum cover with integral cooling fins for a longer motor life. In fact, this motor looks so good that most owners save money by foregoing the purchase of an additional wiper motor "cosmetic" cover.
NOTE — 4A motors are available in several choices of factory pre-set sweep angles.
Fisheries stocks the version which is pre-set to the 80° sweep angle preferred for use with pantograph wiper arms. (Note the "80" in each part number.)
However, ANY 4A motor , regardless of the factory pre-set can be adjusted for sweep angles from 40 to 110 degrees for either pantograph or radial arm applications.
So don't be thrown off if you use a Wexco factory catalog and only see 110 part numbers - 80 or 110, they're all the exact same motor.
• Motor — 13.3 ft-lb (18 N·m) torque; waterproof and CE certified
• Shaft — 1/2" diameter brass shaft; available in 1", 2", or 3" thread lengths (eqivalent to other manufacturers' 1-1/2", 2-1/2", and 3-1/2" overall lengths, respectively)
• Speeds — low speed = 25 sweeps/min, high speed = 55 sweeps/min
• Park — coast-to-park circuitry; user adjustable for left or right side parking
• Sweep — user adjustable 40° - 110°, in 10° increments
• Housing — Black or white powder-coated aluminum case and mounting bracket
• Waterproof IP66 rating (able to withstand heavy seas/power jetting)
• Sealed wire leads
• Stainless steel internal shaft resists corrosion
• Requires user supplied switch; see Related Products, below
Heavy on the technical side...
Definition of Park Position
Park position is determined by 3 factors: the position of the observer, the position of the motor, and the position of the blades in the parked (off) position.
It is always assumed that the observer is outside the cabin, looking at the windshield.