ABB High Low Voltage HXR 500LP6 Motor

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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 the AC motor turn?Do I feel that the coil is not in a steady state?
Because the child is short circuit loop ends conductor short circuit, in the role of the induced EMF, will produce the rotor conductor with Induction EMF direction basic consistent induced current. The rotor load by electromagnetic force in the stator magnetic conductor (the role of the direction of the force with the left hand dingze judge). The electromagnetic force electromagnetic torque the rotor shaft to drive the rotor to rotate along the rotating direction of the magnetic field.
Q:An AC motor is running at 90% full load rating continuously. is it ok or need to upgrade to higher capacity?
It is good to run at 90% of full load rating. At least, there is still an allowance for 10% above normal load. If you upgrade to higher capacity, you will have more core and copper losses, which is an added load on the factory.
Q:Likely source of AC motor trouble (diagnosis)?
First of all, what sort of motor is it? There are several that will usually be found running from single phase AC. Heres how you can identify them: If there are brushes/commutator then it is a series wound DC motor (a 'universal' motor, pretty common in lots of small appliances) If the rotor looks like a solid piece of metal, or perhaps appears to consist of only iron laminations, then it is an induction motor of some form: What does the stator look like? How many 'poles'? Does each pole appear to have a smaller pole near it, with a shorted copper strap around it If so it is a shaded pole motor or, how many electrical connections does the stator have, if there are two, it is probably a shaded pole motor An 'ordinary' single phase induction motor will have at least two (electrically) seperate windings on the stator, one of which will usually have a capacitor in series with it, or is switched on only to start the motor. So if there are capacitors or multiple connections, it is probably a regular induction machine. If the rotor is a permenant magnet it would be a synchronous machine (unlikely, would require a box of control electronics to run in anycase) Have a look at what sort of motor it is so we can help you more, Its probably a universal motor...
Q:can a AC motor be made to DC?
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Q:1) What is the main difference between an AC and DC motors in their construction?
what does 1 of them has that the other does not? usually a simple dc motor has a commutator and an ac motor has slip rings.
Q:I recently had my central ac blower motor and squirrel cage replaced by a professional?
If your old one had mercury switch you need to replace with same type. If new one is digital wont work properly.
Q:If I have a 1/5hp 120V motor, how many AC amps is that?
The horsepower rating is a measure of the motor's output power. That doesn't say exactly how much current the motor draws to generate that power. If you can find a wattage rating on the motor, you can take watts and divide by 120 to give you the amperage. Typical full-load current draw for a motor like this would be anywhere in the range from 1.0-2.5 Amps. Depends on efficiency of the motor, rpms, size of motor, how much load you're putting on it, etc. Probably you already know that typically the current draw is very high (peak) on startup and then comes down after the motor is at running speed. If you're just concerned about the peak (startup) load, you're pretty safe with figuring less than 6 Amps. If you are looking for a replacement motor, and if you can find a supplier name and part#, then a good motor supplier will be able to help you cross-reference to an equivalent new motor. You'll also want a motor with the same form, fit, and direction of rotation, etc so you can just swap it out. Good luck!
Q:What is wrong with my car? Blower motor, AC, or both?
ok this happened to my dads car and what he did was he went to his long time friend and he shocked the ac and then it works but it does not work for a long time he has to go get it shocked like every 2 years
Q:How do I turn a 350W AC motor from a blender into a generator?
if it is not a universal type motor, (has magnets in it) it won't work as a generator.
Q:I want speed range from 800 rpm to 5000rpm ....for that i m using ac motor ...can you help me how to use it?
I think you would be better off using a dc motor. but not knowing what your trying to do (how much torque/ Hp or application ) , it is near impossible to suggest anything..

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