ABB AC Motor HXR400

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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:Harddrive spindle motor?
It doesn't work like that! Any motor needs the current in the coil to be reversed so the magnetic fields of the armature and stator stop attracting and start repelling. In an AC motor, this is done by the supply current changing direction. In a simple DC motor, this is taken care of by the commutator -- a set of contacts on the armature. There is *no* commutator in a hard drive motor. It's sort-of inside out, with the coil on the stator and the armature is a permanent magnet. There is also a fixed sensor which detects the magnet moving past it. The direction of the current is switched electronically using 4 transistors in a bridge arrangement. To make the motor spin, you have to build a circuit which reverses the current in the coil depending on what the sensor is seeing (and there are a few different types of position sensor). I would seriously advise you to find a different type of motor to use.
Q:Wiring an electric AC motor?
Every dual-voltage motor I've ever seen has the wiring diagram right on the data plate.
Q:I want to attach 2 series motors to 40V AC how much current do I need if each motor is 24V DC?
Less current as marked on motor, about much less than half. 40Vac needs to go through a bridge rectifier to change into DC before able to be used by DC motor. Output voltage as low as 36Vdc after that.
Q:AC motor run capacitor replacement?
Be on gard not to succumb to this devlish seperation of you from your hard-erned money. Chances are you will be sold a fake capacitor. Unless it is the size of a lb coffee can and is tested for right action before buying, it can-not be trusted to perform what is required. I suspect you are trying a last gasp to fire the compressor,on your ac. If the unit is 10yrs+ old, forget it and shop for anew condensor unit. If you want that handeled quick, expect to pay a grandper 2 tons. or less tons.
Q:Is it possible to use a 50 Hz motor to a 60 Hz power supply without using any frequency converter?
You can probably use a 50Hz motor on a 60Hz supply without concern for overheating or other damage. However, you should be aware that the motor will rotate at 6/5 its normal speed. That may or may not be an issue depending on what the motor is driving.
Q:Disadvantage of AC Drive?
Speed Control The main disadvantage of AC motors, when compared with DC motors, is that their speed is more difficult to control. AC motors can be equipped with variable frequency drives, which provide smooth turning moment, or torque, at low speeds and complete control over the speed of the motor up to its rated value. Variable frequency drives improve speed control, but do create losses with reduced power quality. Control Complexity The device used to control an AC motor, known as an AC drive, is typically more complex than that used to control a DC motor. An AC motor controller must convert AC mains electricity to DC, and convert DC back again to an adjustable frequency and voltage output to the AC motor. By contrast, a DC motor has a separate field, or excitation, and power circuits, requiring just a single power conversion from AC to DC -- so the circuitry of a DC motor controller is simpler. Power Torque Historically, another disadvantage of AC motors has been that they develop less power, or less torque, per frame size. Research conducted by Rockwell Automation compared typical, commercial AC and DC motors in industry standard National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) frame sizes, and found this to be the case. However, AC and DC motors employ different classes of insulation and have different service factors -- the overload capacity at which the motor can operate without damage -- so direct comparison is not always straightforward. Other Disadvantages AC motors are typically more expensive than DC motors for most horsepower ratings. If the rotor of an AC motor rotates faster than the speed command of the AC drive, the motor acts as a generator and pumps, or regenerates, energy into the drive. If the drive cannot absorb this energy, the drive will switch off, or trip, with a fault. AC drives capable of regeneration are more complex and more expensive than DC regenerative drives. AC motors may also produce more audible noise than DC motors.
Q:Help my home ac smells like motor degreaser?
Well pull it out of the window and take it outside, because the only way to really clean it it to remove the outer cover and hose off the coils.
Q:AC Power and Power, what do they do?
AC power is power. OR do you mean AC versus DC power? AC can power AC motors, light bulbs, heaters. DC can power DC motors, electronics (TV, PC, phone, camera etc), light bulbs, heaters AC can be converted to DC via power supplies, and this is what happens inside of TVs, your PC, and battery chargers. DC can be converted to AC via inverters, and this is used in autos to generate AC for appliances. .
Q:What are the direct and alternating current motors used in daily life?
Batteries are usually DC motors, such as massage machines, electric shavers, electric toys, etc. most of them are AC motors. In fact, not necessarily, there are many electric motors used in the market
Q:How do I convert an AC motor into a generator?
ask a meth head

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