ABB AC Motor High Low Voltage NV Series

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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
StructureAsynchronous MotorFunctionDriving UsageUniversal

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Q:My 1996 Dodge Dakota AC blower motor shuts down after it's been running for about one half hour. It will start
sounds like its over heating somehow but i wouldnt really know which directiong to point you in as far as fixing the problem..sorry
Q:AC motor drive inverter, or variable frequency drive?
What you can find speed motor controllers.Check the name plate for current rating. I am including a couple of links. You could also try to lower the speed with a series inductance but it would have to be special order and will give you only fixed speeds.
Q:motor running on 120v 50 hz ac insted of 60 hz ac?
for many AC autos, you will would desire to de-fee the utilized voltage fee on account that at a decrease utilized frequency the magnetic flux interior the gadget will strengthen that may strengthen currents interior the windings. some autos are designed for a 50/60Hz variety and artwork advantageous on the two frequencies, yet examine with the motor nameplate or producer. So, for a gadget designed for 60Hz engaged on a 50Hz device, set the utilized voltage to (50/60)*rated_voltage. OR, there are sturdy-state induction motor drives available which could take single section AC at 50Hz and convert that to a variable frequency voltage on the output (i think of you are able to variety the voltage fee as nicely). So purely alter the output to 60 Hz. this may be a plausible answer, albeit a sprint intense priced and there will be some ability losses interior the force.
Q:AC is always freezing motor?
Check that supposed air filter in the front. Clean if necessary. Next go outside if possible, and see if there is alot of water collected at the bottom of the A/C Unit. If so, most likely the drain is clogged up on it. Need to get that mold and stuff out. Hope this helps a bit.
Q:Why do allot AC motors have centrifugal switches?
there are two windings (stator) in these types of motors. one is the starting windings and the other is the run windings. the switch in question is for the starting windings. start windings provide higher torque for the motor to start and as the motor comes up to speed. the switch opens due to the centrifugal force and allows the run windings to take over.
Q:What is the neutral point of an alternating current motor? How to determine whether the neutral point leads to?
AC motor star connection, only the neutral point, as shown in the figure, the neutral point of the motor is connected with lead wire, 4 wire, three fire zero, zero line to neutral point.
Q:AC fan motor is stuck and won't turn -- any repair tips?
it might have over heated and the wire's insulation in the motor could have melted away and caused current to flow where it should not.
Q:Why is it that on Ebay, most AC motors are rated for more voltage than DC motors?
I don't think you can justify any global conclusion about the quality of motors based on the observation that 'most' AC motors are rated 120 or 240 v, while most DC motors are rated at lower voltages. In fact, I might hypothesize a totally different global conclusion. First observation, most DC motors are intended for application where they are integrated into a piece of electronic equipment, for example, a computer. Therefore, the motor must be designed to be powered from the DC power supply associated with that equipment. AC motors, on the other hand, may be intended for use in either stand alone applications or applications in equipment that are fundamentally AC systems, for example, HVAC systems. And in these applications, the controls and motors typically operate on the input line voltage, usually 120 or 240 v, and not on some lower voltage derived within the equipment. Therefore, one might speculate that the reason that you see more DC motors listed on e-Bay is that there are more folks out there tinkering with electronic equipment that uses DC power supplies, and where the motors therefore have to be DC.
Q:For AC 3 phase motor How can i calculate power in KWH?
Power = voltage x current In a motor you have to factor in the power factor (1 or less) and the effects of the 3-phase wiring. In 3-phase you have the current divided across the phases. Take the total current and multiply by the square root of 3 (about 1.7), you will also need the power factor (if you don't have it, use 1). Use the formula (KW = 1.73 * volts * amperes * power factor/1000). KWH is the power in KWs over time.
Q:Is it possible to add more torque to an ac electric motor?
No, not really. As with any motor, you are going to get X power out for Y power in. Power in is electrical wattage, and power out is mechanical wattage (or horsepower). Electrical power is volts times amps, and mechanical power is speed times torque. You can't get more power out- increasing the torque- without more power in. The only practical way to do this would be to feed the motor more power (in the form of voltage), but that would increase your power consumption, increase your speed, and you're not likely able to get a higher AC voltage very easily.

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