ABB Original High Efficient 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:How a phase shift between the current in the poles of a motor causes a rotating magnetic field to be created?
possibly that's greater rather understood with a 2 section device. the availability has 2 voltages ninety stages (no longer one hundred eighty stages) out of section. The motor has 2 pairs of container windings placed opposite one yet another in keeping with section, so the two instruments of poles are ninety stages aside. 4 poles protruding. whilst the availability is expounded, each pole is the choice of the different in its pair, so if there have been in elementary terms one section the magnetic container bridging between the two poles alternates between north to south and south to north. the different pair is ninety stages at the back of (or forward), so the sphere is changed so there's a chain the place the magnetic container is: horizontal left to suitable diagonal decrease left to greater suitable vertical backside to appropriate diagonal decrease suitable to greater left horizontal left to suitable etc.. The link below facilitates to visualise this. the three section case might properly be analysed further, albeit with greater info. the place are there 2 section autos? plenty around, in elementary terms we call them single section autos. the 2nd section is derived from the single section by utilising utilising an inductor or capacitor to produce approximately ninety stages shift for the 2nd section. the sphere rotates as quickly as for each cycle of a particular section in this configuration. In an induction motor the rotor is dragged around by utilising this container. It is going slower than the sphere, so there constantly a difference in rotational velocity. this facilitates the magnetic container interior the rotor to oppose the magnetic container generated by utilising the poles. it is how the present will become proportional to the slip led to by utilising greater load. In a synchronous motor the rotor is a magnet so as that it rotates on the comparable velocity with the aid of fact the sphere.
Q:what is the ac blower motor resister for.?
The resistor is used to control the speed of the blower motor. Half voltage,half speed, full voltage full speeed.
Q:Can the speed and torque of three-phase asynchronous AC motor be controlled at the same time?
Frequency converter frequency control principle is to change the pressure to change the power, frequencyFor example, the reference frequency is 50HZ, and the voltage is proportional to the frequency below 50HZ. The frequency is actually the speed of the reflected image. This torque is constant, which we call constant torque speed regulation. Torque magnitude equalT=9550*P (rated power) /N (rated speed)
Q:What is the difference between these two motors.?
An electric motor turns because of magnetic force exerted between a stationary electromagnet called the stator and a rotating electromagnet called the rotor. Different types of electric motors are distinguished by how electric current is supplied to the moving rotor. In a DC motor and a slip-ring AC motor, current is provided to the rotor directly through sliding electrical contacts called commutators and slip rings. In an induction motor, by contrast, the current is induced in the rotor without contacts by the magnetic field of the stator, through electromagnetic induction. An induction motor is sometimes called a rotating transformer because the stator (stationary part) is essentially the primary side of the transformer and the rotor (rotating part) is the secondary side. Unlike the normal transformer which changes the current by using time varying flux, induction motors use rotating magnetic fields to transform the voltage. The current in the primary side creates an electromagnetic field which interacts with the electromagnetic field of the secondary side to produce a resultant torque, thereby transforming the electrical energy into mechanical energy. Induction motors are widely used, especially polyphase induction motors, which are frequently used in industrial drives. In Tesla's motor, the field generator was spinning and the magnets were static
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:How to connect the AC motor?
The single-phase motor has three terminals, the two terminals are connected to the fire line, and one to the zero line.
Q:If you put a magnet next to an electric motor?
You do not specify if it is a DC or AC motor, but that should make no difference. Yes it will slow down faster and No you can't do it with out damaging the motor. You will likely cause the rotor to hit the armature damage the bearings. Also there the question of interfering with the current generated with the still spinning motor rotor, Those could be high enough, if the magnet is large enough, to exceed the insulation capacity and short the armature.
Q:Why doesn't my AC electric motor not start when I plug it in?
why don't you use a multimeter to ohm out the windings that will tell you if they are still good. As far as a reset switch you may have to check with the maker of the motor to get one.
Q:how can i make AC single phase motor move left and right?
The answer is you can't unless the motor is designed to operate in both directions. This is due to the location and connection of the starting coil of the motor. TexMav
Q:What are the advantages and disadvantages of AC and DC motors?
DC motor has fast response, large starting torque and rotational speed from zero to the rated speed with rated torque available performance, but the advantages of DC motor is a DC motor because of its disadvantages, to generate performance under rated load torque is constant, the armature magnetic field and the rotor flux to maintain constant 90 degrees, this by brush and commutator. Carbon brush and commutator motor rotates in sparks, so in addition to cause toner component damage, use is restricted.

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