Siemens 1PQ Series AC Motor

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Q:what is the difference between ac servo sewing machine motor and dc servo sewing machine motor?
One requires alternating current to run, and the other requires direct current. Choose the one that fits with the power supply feeding the motor.
Q:The auto dealership told me I needed a new blower motor and an AC connector. To fix and parts they want $775!?
Try switching your wall thermostat fan switch to the on position. That is suppose to make your fan run 24/7. If it starts then your stat is not always making the connection in the auto position, and you need a new stat. If it still won't work, remove the cover of your furnace and trying spinning the motor by hand(w/ switch back in on). If it starts then you either have a dead spot in your motor windings, or a bad motor start capactior. If the motor is old your better off just replacing both. Unfortunately you can't go and get a motor just anywhere, but you can get a stat at a hardware store. If you need a motor check on the furnace manufacure's website for a parts dealer in your area.
Q:Electric Motors and Speed Controllers?
Both of the motors you mentioned can be speed-controlled. The ceiling fan motor is a capacitor-run motor. This type of AC motor, as well as shaded pole motors, can be controlled by reducing the voltage to the motor with a stepped or variable transformer (variac) or by adding series capacitance (3 or 4 speed wall mount fan controls) or a phase-control (dimmer) circuit. These devices actually reduce the TORQUE of the motor, which will cause the attached fan to drag the speed down. If you run the motor with no load, the speed will not vary properly. The 'brush-type' DC motor speed can be controlled by varying the voltage to it also. This could be done with a simple variable resistor (rheostat) which is terribly inefficient, or by means of Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). PWM switches the full power supply voltage to the motor on and off rapidly, and as you increase the On time in relation to the Off time, the average power applied to the motor increases, along with the motor speed. Most battery powered variable-speed tools use this method. It is a bit complicated, but quite efficient.
Q:Can you tell me the Watts required by a 230v, 50Hz Single phase AC motor?
The static resistance will bear little relationship to the running load. As the motor speeds up the back-emf builds up too until it opposes the supply so much that it won't go any faster. There's no real way to predict how much power it will draw apart from running it and measuring the current when it's working - but it will be a great deal less than what you'd calculate from a passive resistor. Is there no data-plate anywhere on it?
Q:I have an AC treadmill motor and want to use for a Wind generator, pls will it work??? THANKS!!?
No. The motor does not contain magnets with which to generate current through rotating the shaft. However, if you don't believe that you can always experiment. Put a voltmeter on a a pair of wires and spin the shaft. It always fascinates me that many of you don't just experiment. You just as easily try it instead of asking others to tell you if it will work. You can learn a lot by experimenting, taking things apart, playing with them.
Q:What voltage would I need to run a 100kW thee phase AC motor?
It shows that info on the motor nameplate...I think you need to add a factor to the FLA for the fuse size...
Q:Can anyone tell me the best Motor for slow speed without losing power.?
The motor in your link is rated 0.4 watts input and about 0.3 watts output. You need about 10 times that power for a small rotisserie. The speed of an AC motor can not be inexpensively controlled without losing torque. For AC use, you need a universal motor, an AC motor with brushes like those used in plug-in electric drills and food mixers. DC motors will also work. For the speed that you need, most of the speed reduction must be obtained with gearing,
Q:Motor with variable speed control?
You state that you have a motor already. So I'll put my reply into a couple of different parts. 1) If your motor is an AC motor, the only way to properly vary the speed of an AC motor is with a variable speed motor drive. Toshiba makes some small ones (under 1 HP). But you have to manually set them and control them. They are digital. 2) If your motor is a DC motor, a variable DC voltage source is what you require.
Q:can v convert a ac motor into a generator practically..?
An induction motor can be operated as a generator without rewiring. However it requires something external to the motor to supply magnetizing current. One way to supply the magnetizing current is to connect a capacitor across the motor terminals. The capacitor needs to be sized to suit the motor and the load.
Q:What kind of motor are used in electric cars?
then go to google.motors used are dc brushed motors.

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