ABB Original Finland China High Low Voltage AC Motor

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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:What part of the simple motor-wire coil, magnet, or battery has most impact on output of motor (rate of spin)?
The simple motor tries to reach an output speed proportional to applied voltage. So the battery is the no. 1 influence on speed. The motor actually generates a back EMF when running (that's how it approaches a speed proportional to voltage; the lower the speed the lower the opposing EMF so the more current flows). Interestingly, a weaker magnet, or fewer windings in the coil, will also make the motor run faster; it has to in order to make the same back EMF. So both could be considered secondary influences on speed. EDIT: The AC requirement changes things. First, there's no battery. The simplest AC motor I can think of is an eddy-current motor, with an AC stator and a simple single-conductor rotor (e.g., a solid cylinder), a reduced version of the single-phase induction motor, whose rotor has either conducting coils or a squirrel-cage design with several conducting bars. The primary no-load speed influence is the AC frequency; the field strength and coil area affect torque. The next simplest AC motor I can think of is a synchronous type; AC on the stator coil and a permanent-magnet rotor. As long as it runs at all, it runs at synchronous speed determined by the AC frequency, e.g., 3600 rpm for 60 Hz and a dipole rotor. Assuming it's running with no load, changes in magnet strength or coil turns or current either stop it or don't affect its speed.
Q:What is AC motor?
AC motors are divided into two major categories: synchronous motor and asynchronous motor. The rotor speed of synchronous motor ns is the same as that of rotating magnetic field. It is called synchronous speed. There is a strict relationship between ns and the frequency of the AC current (f) and the magnetic pole logarithm (P) of the motor. Ns = f/P in china,The power supply frequency is 50 Hz, so the synchronous speed of the dipole motor is 3000 revolutions per minute, and the synchronous speed of the quadrupole motor is 1500 revolutions per minute. The rotor speed of an induction motor is always lower than or higher than the speed of its rotating magnetic field, and the asynchronous name comes from it. The difference between the rotor speed of a induction motor and the rotating speed of a rotating magnetic field (referred to as slip) is usually less than 10%. It can be seen that the speed of AC motor (synchronous or asynchronous) is controlled by the frequency of power supply. Therefore, AC motor speed is difficult, the best way is to change the frequency of power supply, and in the past to change the frequency of power supply is more complex. Therefore, before 70s, in the speed control occasions, the use of DC motors. With the development of power electronic technology, AC motor frequency conversion speed regulation technology has begun to be practical.
Q:i need to know how to wire a fan motor in a window ac unit. how do the two wires white and brown connect?
If you got the same motor as the old one, the wires should go in the same place. . I agree with seeker, they sound like wires to the capacitor.
Q:How do you called AC motor that has brushes?
the brush less ones are induction motors [have a capacitor on them ] the ones with brushes are armature driven
Q:slowing down an ac electric motor?
PWM? Can you send pulses to the motor (pulse width modulation) as oppsed to direct current the whole time? By controlling the pulse you can vary the speed. Otherwise you could add some big resistors to drop the voltage, but make sure they are rated for enough power (I*V - depending on your current) so they don't burn out.
Q:Does a 1 HP motor draw more wattage than an AC one at the same EMF?
1 HP is 746 watts. It doesn't matter if it is a 120vac motor or a 240vac motor. A 120vac motor will draw 2x the current than a 240vac motor to develop the same HP. A 1 HP, 120v DC motor still draws 746 watts. But a DC motor can't run on AC power, nor can and AC motor run on DC power without some sort of inverter or converter. The matter of efficiency is something else. Some of that power used to develop 1 HP is lost to friction or heat.
Q:what is the hp of the largest electric motor.?
This Site Might Help You. RE: what is the hp of the largest electric motor.?
Q:ac motor with dc voltage?
yes you need to build a ac to dc converter circuit nad virc vicer.
Q:basic difference between normal and servo motor?
I would say that the definitions given in answer 1 are fine, but the latter applies more to a stepper motor than a servo. A feature of a servo is not that the pulse produces a specific step, but that the width of the pulse produces a definite displacement - in other words if pulse is 60 milliseconds wide it might produce a quarter turn and if 120 ms, a half turn. This is done with a potentiometer in the device which measures the turn. Servos come in partial turn and continuous and in the later the width controls the rotational speed and direction.
Q:How many rpms does a vacuum cleaner motor run?
Most AC electric motor are designed to turn at 1760 RPM on 60 cycle. Washing machine motors are usually 2 speed of 1760 and 1140 for 60 Hz systems. 50Hz run a little slower. Other common speeds are 3520. I would go ahead and build your lathe and use it as a learning experiment. The turning speed for a lathe is slower than the 1760 common speeds so small drive pulley on the motor and 4 times larger should slow the lathe head to around 400 RPM.

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