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:Whats the difference between induction motor and synchronous motor?
The basic difference between an induction motor and a synchronous AC motor with a permanent magnet rotor is that in the latter the rotating magnetic field of the stator will impose an electromagnetic torque on the magnetic field of the rotor causing it to move (about a shaft) and a steady rotation of the rotor is produced. It is called synchronous because at steady state the speed of the rotor is the same as the speed of the rotating magnetic field in the stator.
Q:How to run 220V AC Aquarium Motor with 12V 7Amps DC Dry Cell Battery? Tell low budget and simple something?
Ac Aquarium
Q:home central ac unit motor seized up, fan doesn't run, top of ac getting hot.?
replace it and be done with it, u can shop around for the best price, good luck !!!!
Q:AC servo motors generally choose synchronous or asynchronous?
This will be based on your purpose, such as CNC machine tools feed shaft, generally use AC synchronous servo motor, spindle general use AC asynchronous motor. The same power synchronous machine is much more expensive than the asynchronous machine. If it is common use, select synchronization
Q:what would happen if I connected an electric motor rated for 220volts up to a regular 120volt house circuit?
Motor torque is proportional to the square of applied voltage in per unit of rated voltage. So if you apply 120 v on a 220 volt motor, that's 0,54 per unit voltage, or about 0.3 per unit torque. It will get warm, it will struggle to accelerate, but probably won't be able to overcome friction to breakaway from standstill. Eventually, either the motor will fail thermally, or its thermal overload will disconnect the power.
Q:Where is the heater/AC blower motor in a 1997 Oldsmobile bravada?
Q:AC Power and Power, what do they do?
AC power is power. OR do you mean AC versus DC power? AC can power AC motors, light bulbs, heaters. DC can power DC motors, electronics (TV, PC, phone, camera etc), light bulbs, heaters AC can be converted to DC via power supplies, and this is what happens inside of TVs, your PC, and battery chargers. DC can be converted to AC via inverters, and this is used in autos to generate AC for appliances. .
Q:IS there a temp sensor in the ac / heater electrical system to the motor?
Check if there are any loose wires. Something might not be getting a good connection.
Q:what are the applications of ac dynamic braking?
I assume that you are asking about dynamic braking of an AC motor. The term “dynamic braking” is usually applied where braking energy is dissipated as heat in resistors. Where braking energy is returned to the power supply, the term “regenerative braking” is usually used. “DC braking” of an AC induction motor refers to braking by applying DC current to the motor windings. Dynamic and regenerative braking can only be implemented when the motor is controlled by a variable frequency drive (VFD). Because the braking energy can not be reused, dynamic braking is used in applications that do not generate a lot of braking energy or do not have a means for storing braking energy or using it elsewhere. A relatively simple control unit is used to connect the braking resistors and modulate the braking current when braking is required. Regenerative braking requires a more complicated control unit unless the VFD is DC powered.
Q:what determines the speed of electric motors?
The construction of the motor has a great influence on motor speed. A motor designed for DC or AC, the number of field poles vs armature windings. AC motors are typically synchronous and derrive there speed as a function of the electric frequency powering them. To adjust a speed of this type of motor a VFD (variable frequency Drive) is attached between the motor and its power source. The VFD changes the frequency and speed of the motor.

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