ABB Low Voltage AC Motor M2BA

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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 to control an AC motor.?
You need a gear motor of some sort, preferably a worm drive one, or one with a brake, You don't need the second one, it needs an external gearbox, and with one can probably lift a couple hundred pounds. I'd get one a bit bigger than the first one, which has a worm drive on it, or add a worm drive to that one. To control it, you would use a pair of relays with 10A 120V contacts, and coils appropriate to your control circuit, likely 12V. One relay would power the motor CW, the other CCW, by each applying power to the lead on either side of the run capacitor. For the bigger motor, you would use a 3 phase (preferable interlocking) contactor set. One set of contacts on each section would engage power to the motor, the other two would apply the correct polarity to the start circuit (in relation to the run windings) for the intended direction.
Q:what type of motor that we use in car?
I thought DC only! Car batteries are low voltage device and short distance from the generator so no point to generate AC voltage and convert back to DC for charging the battery.
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?
This is probably not the place to ask because you just don't know who your listening to. Brown sounds like capacitor, but you can just type in schematic for a.c. unit and get what you need
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:Coverting 1.5hp 3-phase motor to single phase AC (capacitor solution?)?
Capacitor type converters do tend to be temperamental, but the circuit you have seems to be about as simple as they come. Rotary phase converters are generally considered much better, but are also much more expensive. Another option that may be practical due to the lowering cost of semiconductors, is a is a VFD inverter drive, while the name includes variable frequency you can just as well use it at a fixed speed. Just a couple weeks ago I installed 3 conveyors with singe phase to three phase VDF inverters (albeit wit smaller motor than yours) and they work flawlessly.
Q:Can any AC motor 220 and 380V control positive inversion? What are the conditions?
There are commonly used reverse switch control (Figure 1), switching control (Figure 2) and AC contactor controlSingle-phase series motor (portable electric tools) can be 2 lines of stator winding connected between the carbon brush can brush with control of the motor is reverse.Single-phase shaded pole motor with self shading coil can not change the position of the short circuit and embedded in the stator slots, the motor is not reversed.
Q:electric motors?
Q1. a DC motor only has one coil of wire, and a left and right magnet. (Single Phased) An Ac motor can be two or three phase. so the AC motor has more than one coil of wire. Q2. power = amps x voltage.... the voltage applied times the amps applied would give your power in watts. amperage can be measure with an amp meter. Q3. The force that moves the motor comes from electromagnetism. There are magnets and coils in the motors. When the coils are energized with they become magnetise and the opposed the magnets forcing the rotor (in which usually the coils of wire are) to turn For more info read on wikipedia
Q:Is the output voltage from a brushless motor AC or DC?
Motors don't output voltage, but rather mechanical power. You apparently mean: Is the output voltage from a brushless motor **controller** AC or DC? I also assume ESC means Electronic Speed Control. Brushless motors are indeed typically called DC Brushless Motors because they *run* from DC, not AC. All motors must have multiple poles or windings and the field must some how switch from winding to winding so as to cause a rotating magnetic field that pulls the rotor around. This switching process is called commutation. Brushless motors are commutated electronically rather than mechanically like the older type with the segmented contacts on the armature and stationary carbon brushes. DC brushless motors are most commonly three phase which means there are three windings. The current is switched in these windings in the very common three phase sequence and current does go in both directions. There are indeed AC signals in the windings. PWM or Switching techniques are used to actually control the amount of current and therefore torque to achieve speed control. The small muffin fans actually use a two phase system similar to shaded pole motors, or even a one phase pulse-like system and rely on the motor stopping in a certain position so it gets a push from the single pole and coasts until it gets around again. Sooo... DC Brushless motors do indeed run on AC... or DC as you wish too look at it.
Q:how should i build a motor that will run on 2Amperes? using magnets and magnet wire?
Welcome to the the World of Electric Motors. How to Builda 2 Amp Motor, a step at a time. Coiling, position of Magnet (Type of Magnets), choice of Bushing and bearings, all play a integral part of making either a High torque or in this case RPM motor. Assuming that you are operating a DC Motor, (AC Motor, don't usually use magnets, but there are some out there) Start with Basic Design Link 1. - Answer you question about number of magnet (More accurately the Magnet strength) - And the Number of Coils Request for Speed Link 2. Summary For Speed, usually requires a lot of coils, generating a rapidly changing field, expect a few armature and alot of sections of magnets. Note 2 Ampere is al lot of current, and can easily harm any careless person. Check several time, visually and with the proper equipment before energizing the equipment. Friction reduction is a complete science by itself. If it is a School project, consider Dry type of Lub such as Graphite Carbon. As the running duration is short. (tens of minutes runs, with long period of down time that allow inspection) If it need a longer running time is expect, consider commercial grade stuff, such as Air bearings.
Q:How do I test an AC single phase electric motor with a meter to see if it is burnt?
Ideally you need a megger but you may detect a fault with a multimeter but it will only tell you if its bad not if its definitely good. A single phase motor has 2 windings. Test each one (any wire) to ground. You should have a very high reading (many millions of ohms). You should then be able to test a circuit through each winding but not much way of knowing the resistance unless you have an identical motor to check against. If it has a contact to open the start winding, then this should be checked (closed stopped) as it is a common fault and easy to test. If it has a capacitor then try replacing it.

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