ABB AC DC HIgh Efficiency Motor M3BP

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Brand Name:ABBModel Number:HXR 400 SeriesType:Squirre Cage Motor
Frequency:50.2 HzOutput Power:350 KWProtect Feature:Explosion-proof
Phase:Three-phaseCertification:CEAC Voltage:690V
Place of Origin:Shanghai China (Mainland)Efficiency:IE 1Packaging Detail::EXPORT STANDAR WOODEN CASE
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Q:P0480 code Condenser fan motor is hot to touch. It will run for a few minutes when AC is turned on. Could it b?
It sounds like the fan motor has gone south on you. Shouldn't be too horribly priced--I'd say anywhere from $50-$300.
Q:AC Motor Current Draw?
Hello Sanchez, When electrical energy is given to any motor, the mechanical output is always less than desired. This is because there are always some windage and frictional losses. You will understand from the following description: Motor input in stator can be divided into Stator Copper Iron losses and Rotor input. The rotor input can be further divided into Rotor Copper loss and Mechanical Power developed or Gross Rotor output. This Gross rotor output can be divided into Windage and friction loss and Rotor output or motor output. So in your case, even though the motor electrical resistance is not varying, but due to bad bearings, the windage and friction loss increases tremendously, leading to heating of motor. Since induction motor rotates at high speed, these losses will be very high, will lead to burning of motor, if the bearings are not replaced quickly.
Q:After puting in a new fan motor in the condenser unit on my ac.. The motor is seizing up.?
You don't mention the capacitor which should be replaced, also. Inspect the fan blades, like the answer says above, to see if they're hitting the sides, out of balance, which will stress the motor shaft. Look at the wiring connections for any frayed insulation, bad terminals. You will get a high amp reading if you have them due to increased resistance. You might have a low voltage issue at the contactor. You can get bad motor out of the box, so check the play up and down of the shaft and free rotation of it before you pay for the next one.
Q:What are the features,characteristics and applications of an ac motor?
ac motor? do you want to ask about AC (Air conditioner) Motor?
Q:Is a ac electric motor spawn backwards that same as a ac generator?
No, it won't.
Q:what will happen if dc is applied to ac motor?
If you can reach the terminals on the other end, it'd be the same voltage as a 9V battery. However, city electrical systems are capable of generating a lot more current than 9V batteries, so slapping a wire across both terminals is still going to cause a sparkstorm.
Q:Working principle of AC motor
The principle of AC motor, electric coil in the magnetic field rotation. You know the principle of DC motor, DC motor? Is utilized to automatically change the direction of the current in the coil commutator, so the coil stress direction consistent and continuous rotation.
Q:Car revs up when ac kicks on and now car is overheating?
I have 2004 Saturn Ion that when it runs idle and the AC is off it seems normal. However when I turn the AC on, and when I hear the AC motor/Compressor start up, the car revs up to about 1500 RPM and then comes back down. Any ideas on what it might be? ANSWER This is normal. The AC take a kick to get it going. The engine compensates for it by giving it a little more horse power. once running it does not take much to keep it going. Second issue started today. The car began to overheat, it almost got to the red gauge then came back down to middle as i was driving. When i got it home, I checked the engine, and the coolant reservoir is full, the oil is good because i recently changed the oil 3 days ago. I let it cool down and started it up again, and it started to climb again, but it did not get all the way to the top, it fluctuated between 3/4 and middle slowly. I noticed that the radiator fan did not kick on once, and i checked the top and bottom hoses running to the radiator. They were both hot. Any ideas? ANSWER All cars do this. It takes the car to heat up to the thermostat temp. before it opens. once opened the car temp comes down to about 175 - 190 degrees. But it does take about 200 - 210 degrees to open the thermostat. You just never noticed it before.
Q:I need help with a physics problem about AC/DC motors in VCRs?
A motor of either type has 2 wires. If an a.c. type motor, it matters not which way round you connect the a.c. supply to the motor: it will always spin the same way. A d.c. motor will reverse its direction of rotation if the wires are switched over.
Q:Attaching an electrical motor to a fixed axle?
Note that most electric motors can't be run at low speeds for long periods, or they'll overheat and wear out! Therefore the rated operating speed of your motor needs to equal the average rotation speed of your wheels at cruising speed, multiplied by the gear ratio. You will need to do some calculations. Your cruising speed should be around 15-20 miles per hour. That's around 20-30 feet per second. That's 240-360 inches per second.

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