I plan on replacing my my home HVAC condenser fan motor, as well as the compressor contactor, and the capacitor.
The current condenser fan motor is a TradePro TP-C16-1SP2 which requires a 10 μF run capacitor, per the label:
The replacement condenser fan motor will be a Rheem/Protech 51-100999-03 which requires a 3 μF /370 VAC capacitor, per the label:
Both fan motors are rated at 1075 RPM and 1/6 HP.
The compressor is a Copeland ZR32KA-PFV-130 scroll compressor which requires a 50 μF/370 VAC run capacitor, per the label:
Currently, the only capacitor I found when I removed the cover on the A/C unit outside was a Titan Pro TOC10 10 μF/370 VAC run capacitor. I believe this is what is known as a single capacitor rather than dual capacitor.
It seems as though this is the proper capacitor to run the TradePro condenser fan motor. However, I don't see a capacitor for the compressor.
Here is an image of the schematic for the compressor and condensor assembly:
What capacitor should I use for the new condenser fan motor and compressor combination?
Edit: Okay, so I think I neglected to identify the start capacitor which I believe is pictured here:
If that is the start capacitor, then the wiring appears to be normal, and I can just get a start capacitor that matches the specs for the compressor (and of course, a run capacitor for the condenser motor).