ABB AC Motor High Low Voltage HXR 500LP

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Brand Name:ABBModel Number:HXR 560 SeriesType:Squirrel Cage Motor
Frequency:62.2 HzOutput Power:750 KWProtect Feature:Explosion-proof
Phase:Three-phaseCertification:CEAC Voltage:690V
Place of Origin:Shanghai China (Mainland)Efficiency:IE 1Packaging Detail::EXPORT STANDAR WOODEN CASE
StructureAsynchronous MotorFunctionDriving UsageUniversal

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Q:All ac fuses are good but theres no power to blower motor?
I am aware that the heat/cooling head unit could of just went bad but the chances of that over night seem slim -- Not really. That EATC unit definitely could have gone bad over time and last night was its final hurrah. 13-year old electronics can get crusty. Good luck there, because that's not a cheap piece of electrical machinery to deal with.
Q:What happens if I overdrive an AC motor while connected to the AC whether single phase or three(3) for the dif?
Both AC motors would not burn out by such action. But both coupling gears could damage during engagement. No overload occur in AC supply but motors could be ceased for a while.
Q:Can AC motors be controlled by frequency converter?
If your site does not exist in low frequency operation, you can choose ordinary asynchronous motor, if there is low frequency operation that suggested that you choose frequency conversion motor, mainly ordinary motor cooling fan is connected with the main shaft of the motor, when the heat dissipation fan low down, along with the heat dissipation of the motor will not be able to guarantee. But the frequency conversion motor is the opposite, because the fan is controlled separately, belongs to forced air cooling. Even at low frequencies, there is no effect.
Q:what type of motor is this and can it be reversed?
As far as I can remember, to reverse a shaded pole motor, you have to install a new rotor in which the spiral in the laminations is in the reverse direction.
Q:AC or DC motors for rolling gate motors?
Door body is relatively small, such as general shops, doors using DC motor is more convenient, because the door is relatively light, and can add reserve power supply, to prevent the city power failure, the coil gate can still be used.
Q:How to measure the speed of a motor without using a speed sensor?
quite a lot depends on the motor in question. if you've even seen power company generators, they don't turn very fast, yet they generate millions of watts. your best bet is to get a brushed motor that has permanent magnets, and just test. induction motors won't work. motors with stators that are powered by the current, rather than permanent magnets won't work. and you'll need an ammeter that's appropriate to the current you're generating.
Q:ac generator from ac motor?
seems like you could use a welder that also puts out AC
Q:How do I convert a 3 phase 220v 60 hz motor to three phase 220v 50 hz motor?
You or from a local distributor or many other sources.
Q:What happens to a 10HP AC industrial motor when it sits unused for 13 years?
as long as it was kept dry it's fine, bet that baby will do a number on your electricity bill
Q:why is a thermostatic trip required in a motor driven by a variable ac speed drive (inverter)?
Most motors have a fan attached to the shaft or fins on the ends of the rotor to move air through the motor or over its outer surface to remove the heat that is generated in the motor. With variable speed operation, the air movement may not be sufficient to keep the motor from overheating if the motor operates for too long a time at too low a speed. Since that can happen even when the load torque is less than or equal to rated torque, an overload relay that monitors the motor current may not be sufficient to protect the motor from overheating. Motors that are specifically designed for variable speed use often have larger fan blades, larger wire in the windings, more surface area exposed to air flow, more and higher quality iron in the core and other features to make the motor more efficient and to improve the cooling. Such motors may not need thermostats. The variable speed control unit can also be designed to monitor the speed vs. time as well as the current to provide electronic protection. Even with these motor and control design features, local regulations may require thermostats. The requirement may or may not be related to the kW rating. The regulations may be more strict for motors used where flammable or explosive materials are present.

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