On Sat, 4 May 2019 16:54:36 -0400, Ralph Mowery
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It looks ok, with one possible problem. The capacitor should be
Start capacitors above 20 µF are always non-polarized
aluminium electrolytic capacitors  with non solid
electrolyte and therefore they are only applicable for
the short motor starting time.
I dunno about the "non solid electrolyte" since the capacitor in
question is a "solid" polypropylene metallized film dielectric. Oh
The capacitor in question was listed as a motor RUN capacitor,not start.
The top of the data sheet says RUN so the non-polarized electrolyte
part should not be in question.
Oops. I stand corrected. I wasn't paying attention to the
differences between start and run capacitors.
Run vs. Starting Capacitor
In any case, the data sheet is the correct one for a run capacitor:
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