ABB Low Voltage AC Motor High

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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 is the difference b/w stepper and ac motor?
Q:ac battery pack connected to a motor?
There are no AC batteries. I do not know what you mean when you write of an AC battery pack.
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:What happens to DC motors when they are connected to AC current?
Vibration at the frequency of the AC and higher current draw, meaning the voltage will have to be lower for the same amount of power and heat. That's because a spinning motor creatures back-voltage which reduces the current, a still or oscillating/vibrating motor does not. Most AC sources are higher voltage than DC rather than lower. If you connected a cordless drill motor to wall power you'd blow a fuse. And, if the fuse doesn't pop fast enough, you'd permanently fry the motor with a bang/pop and the smell of burnt plastic.
Q:Dodge AC blower motor stops working, what to look for?
you may need to replace the actual switch that turns it on ,i have seen a lot of those go bad and that's how they,ll do if it had anything to do with the resistor again it wouldn't work at all or it would have burnt the new resistor out on it,so you know that part of it is still working, id lean towards the switch ,it could have been part of the problem all along ,id try another switch on it,see if that doesn't repair it,you could also have motor going out on that one that will cause them to burn up resistors a lot,good luck.
Q:AC blower motor?
It's more likely the blower motor it might be causing your resistor pack to over heat and ruin it to. the blower is under the hood I think with the resistor pack close by. If you got my first reply I'm sorry I miss read your vehicle and thought you had a Sierra pickup.
Q:Enumerate the Different parts of DC motors and give the functoin of each parts.?
Your question is insufficiently precise. There are currently two types of DC motors, brushed and brushless. A brushless DC motor is actually an AC motor with built-in electronics to do the commutation. In this particular case, permanent magnets are installed on the rotor, and coils on the outside of the rotor are energized so as to push and pull the magnets around in the circle. A brushed DC motor has coils on the rotor and permanent magnets around the periphery. Brushes, actually chunks of graphite make contact with the commutator on the rotor so as to energize the coils to get pulled and pushed by the magnets in the periphery. The commutator, as it spins around makes and breaks the circuit to the coils to cause changing energizations of the coils.
Q:How to repair an ac motor?
As opposed to repairing a dc motor? A little clarification might help.
Q:IS there a temp sensor in the ac / heater electrical system to the motor?
You may have a faulty temperature sensor. Have it checked by a licensed mechanic.
Q:What if on third rail, instead of DC there was AC? Would it affect the train somehow? Would it save money?
Changing every motor in every car does not sound like a way to save money.

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