ABB DC HIgh Efficiency Motor HXR500PL6

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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:Why does increasing the number of poles in an AC synchronus motor decrease speed?
basically it is because you only rotate the amount the poles are separated for each cycle. double the poles, you rotate 1/2 has slow. the motor will run smoother, though.
Q:Can AC motors use direct current?
Only stepper motors with drivers can use DC for special purposes. But it hurts motors very much. The rest can not, junior high school common sense.
Q:Difference between energy consumption braking of DC motor and AC motor
Energy consumption braking is a form of braking.It is divided into DC motor energy consumption braking and AC motor energy consumption braking.
Q:Dead snake in car ac motor?
what's so undesirable approximately it? i could no longer count quantity the circumstances that i've got scared my mom to loss of life from putting a lifeless snake on authentic of her motor vehicle, on the door guard, or on the front steps. that's in all threat basically a prank. do no longer trouble approximately it.
Q:AC is always freezing motor?
your freon is low,sounds funny, you would think it would be the other way around.get someone to put freon in it.
Q:website that show how a weed weaker motor works?
I'm assuming you mean a weed wacker, in which case there are two different motors to be considered. The first would be an electric, usually AC, motor. These motors work as expected, several coils of wires and magnets. Current flows through the wires inducing a magnetic field, the magnetic field interacts with the magnets and the motor turns. The other type is gasoline driven. Because these machines are relatively small and handheld they typically use a two stroke engine. There is a link to a document below that should give you an understanding of how the two stroke motor works.
Q:AC motor control chip
With two relays (or IGBT what) do isolation, change any of the two lines after the state of the line on the line. For example, when the A-C-B is turned on, the A-B-C is switched on, and if it is reversed, the drive relay (or IGBT) becomes a reverse.
Q:will the speed of an AC motor decrease if frequency is reduced from 50hz to 25hz?
Q:Criterion of selection between a AC and a DC motor advantages and the disadvantages of them?
Since you are asking for the criterion of selection, here it is.. AC motors have two coils: an outer coil to produce magnetic field, and an inner coil to produce counter electric field. DC motors have an outer magnet, and an inner electric field. DC motors need DC voltage supply, and since all of the household supply is AC conversion is needed (thus making DC more inefficient, although the loss is minor) AC motors give better torque than similar DC motors. Since AC motors have two ciols, the magnetic field between the two colis can be adjusted to give maximum efficiency or power (something that DC motors cannot do)
Q:AC motor - do they need constant frequency and voltage?
No they don't need as such. in fact they are actually two great methods and most commonly used speed control methods other than changing direct rotor speed and others. Formula for frequency is N=120*(f/p) here N is speed and p are number of poles.

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