ABB Low Voltage AC Motor QABP

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Q:What would cause my AC/ starter motor capacitor to continue to blow?
Daddy is right on the money, except a motor repair shop can replace this centrifugal switch. The capacitor is designed to give the motor a voltage boost when it starts. Once the motor comes up to speed, the switch opens the CIRCUIT and allows the motor to run on line voltage. I have repaired these switches. What you need to do is open the motor, and clean the switch contact with emery cloth.
Q:what are the typical dimensions of a 100 hp ac motor?
There are no typical dimensions. It would depend on frame size, and there are many, phase, rpm, vertical or horizontal, service requirements, voltage, etc.
Q:03 durango blower motor not working on high. ac or heat.?
Best of luck: If you don't feel comfortable installing it get a mechanic to install it or diagnose the problem.
Q:how can i use a DC to run a AC 220V 50Hz & 160 W motor?
If your motor is universal,one with armature and commutator segments and carbon brushes,it can run on dc power, but, if it isn't, your motor won't run on dc power.
Q:What kind of motor do i need to hook a pure sine wave inverter to in order to make a wind turbine?
DC motor generally, but an AC motor would work if it had diodes to rectify the current into DC and had a field current supplied (or had a permanent magnet field). The sine wave inverter uses a sine wave reference signal to drive 2 mosfets, causing the dc (from the dc motor) to pass through the primary of a transformer as a higher current version of the reference sine wave. The secondary of the transformer steps up the voltage, still in sine wave form, to power your appliances
Q:Why would my AC Blower Motor Capacitor keep going bad? What amperage draw should the motor have?
It sounds like a problem with the load on the motor to me. The Cap is only for starting,you could have a start winding going bad or something is holding the motor back at startup, or centirfigal switch that cuts out Cap is defective.
Q:Would an electric car motor use ac or dc current?
Electric current is either AC - alternate current like in your home, or DC - direct current, like from the batteries themselves. Both have been used successfully in electric vehicles. AC has to have an inverter converter to get usable energy from batteries. In other words getting AC from DC batteries. IT would also take a different motor to run the vehicle. Your choice. Spartawo...
Q:can someone show me relays that work with arudio uno 1)for AC appliance 2)for dc motors 12v or slighlty above?
Q:features of a shunt wound DC motor?
Starting torque for both is about 250% or more of rated torque. For DC shunt motor, see curve in 2nd source. For ac, see NEMA curves in 3rd source under DESIGN A, B, C, D - FOR AC MOTORS Speed and power depend on motor you buy - check manufacturer catalogs. AC motors typically run a few % below following synchronos speeds: 1800, is most common, also 3600, 1200, 900 rpm. You can use the internet to look for catalogs and more info.
Q:can you run a european ac electric motor on usa power?
A 380 volt, 50 Hz motor will run quite well on 480 volts at 60 Hz. To operate a motor on a different voltage or frequency, the ratio of voltage to frequency (V/Hz) should be the same for the new power supply as it was for the original power supply. A motor rated 380V/50Hz is designed for 380/50 = 7.6 V/Hz. At 60 Hz, the voltage should be 7.6 X 60 = 456 volts. That is only 5% below the nominal 480 volt supply. That is within the normal range of expected supply voltage variation. The speed at 60 Hz will be 20% higher than the speed at 50 Hz if the load is a fan or centrifugal pump, the 20% speed increase will result in a 44% load torque increase. That could cause a problem with the load or the motor depending on the original load requirement. If the load torque does not increase, the increased speed could still cause problems with the load. The voltage tolerance of the motor insulation can be expected to withtand the voltage increase without any problem. Re Additional Details If your frequency drive is properly adjusted, there will be no extra voltage in the circuit. The drive regulates the output voltage so that it remains proportional to the output frequency. Excess voltage would be any voltage that exceeds the rated V/Hz of the motor. Excess voltage causes saturation. That is the magnetizing current increases above the current that magnetizes the magnetic core to the maximum extent possible. Low voltage is any voltage that is below the rated V/Hz. Low voltage results in the magnetic field not being strong enough for the motor to produce rated torque. That is a simplified explanation, but I think that it presents the basic idea.

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