ABB Original AC DC HIgh Efficiency Motor QABP Series

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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:wwhat is the difference between AC and DC current?
Some countries in South America use Direct Current and if USA products are used there one must use transformers as you do here in the USA when using a battery oparated gadjet to a wall socket.This very Laptop I am using to communicate with you is battery operated and I have it plugged up to the wall to recharge as we speak(or type) and between the AC plug and my Laptop is a small rectangle that is transforming the AC current from the wall socket into DC current to the battery of the Laptop.
Q:What does the D axis and the Q axis mean for AC induction motors?
The D axis and the Q axis represent the direct axis and communicate. By decomposing the stator current into the direct axis component and the quadrature axis component, the armature responses are calculated respectively so as to better control the stator currents.In permanent magnet synchronous motor control, in order to obtain similar control characteristics of DC motor,
Q:Is DC motor energy saving or AC current?
DC speed control, that is, the alternating current into DC, the use of thyristor conduction angle to adjust, you want to, ah, SCR no loss? Of course, there is no small. Now many places use frequency control, why? Energy saving chant. You should know, now the good air conditioning, frequency conversion technology, frequency conversion is the most energy-efficient, or else enterprises will not invest so much money, research inverter technology.
Q:What does it mean by 3 phase, 4-pole electric motor?
This Site Might Help You. RE: What does it mean by 3 phase, 4-pole electric motor? The Tesla Roadster is powered by this motor. What is the meaning of i?
Q:how much does it cost to replace a ac blower motor?
depend on the car some are very easy to do they are right under the dash and can be removed with out tearing too much apart then some cars you have to remove the whole dash could cost with parts and labor any where from $150 up to around $6-700 also depend on if you take it to a dealer or a independent shop
Q:Bought a 1/4hp ac motor and can't get it to start?
You wired it wrong.
Q:can ac motor run over rated frequency?
has to be converted to 60
Q:what is the size of the AC SR Conductor at 11 KV for 150 HP motors at ambient temparature of 45 deg C max?
150 HP motors has a full load current of 180 amperes at 460 Volts. This is 7 plus amperes at 11 kv. Cm = 1.732(22)8(3,000)(3.28)/.03*11000 Cir Mils =9984 You will need a 1/0 ACSR as supply conductor.
Q:How do electric Motors work?
How Do Electric Motors Work
Q:What is the governing equation between input current and the torque in electrical motors A.C and D.C?
You can start with the equation that input electrical power is mechanical power delivered to the load by the motor shaft plus losses. For DC, Power (Watts) = Voltage (Volts) X Current (Amperes). For three phase AC, Power (Watts) = RMS Line Voltage (Volts) X RMS Line Current (Amperes) X Square Root of 3 (1.732) X Power Factor (Cos of phase difference between voltage and current). For mechanical power, Power (Watts) = Torque (Newton – Meters) X Rotational Speed (radians per second). Therefore: For a DC motor, Input Current = (Torque X Speed + Losses) / Input Voltage. For a 3-Phase AC motor, Input Current = (Torque X Speed + Losses) / (Input Voltage X 1.732 X pf) The losses include both electrical losses and mechanical losses that are proportional to voltage, current, frequency (for AC), and speed. Speed depends on the speed vs. torque characteristics of the driven load and the speed vs. torque characteristics of the motor. At steady state, the motor operates at the intersection of the motor speed vs. torque curve and the load speed vs. torque curve. The DC motor speed vs. torque curve depends on the machine design and the applied voltage. The AC motor speed vs. torque curve depends on the machine design and the applied frequency and voltage. It is also important to note that the power factor of an AC motor is not constant. It varies with load.

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