ABB Original High Efficient Low Voltage AC Motor

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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:Is it true that only DC motors can be used as generators and not AC motors ? if so why ?
My guess is No. Both can be used to generate current. From my understanding generators produce electricity which can be used to run DC and AC motors. Once you have the running electric motor it would be a waste to use it to produce electricity. The motors are used to produce mechanical energy, which can do things like make a car move. I would guess that rpm affects the voltage. The current would increase as well with rpm but, it depends on the amount of load on the motor and if the load is varying. And frequency would increase as well since the rpm is a unit for frequency.
Q:Can I use this router speed controller to vary a small DC motors speed?
costly pa, thank you, am effective such as then you pa am one dc tension manufacture effective in actuality am run the dc motor from its base velocity to its rated velocity by utilising area administration use thyristor i.e. right here the dc motor controlled from AC enter to dc output we are saying because it quite is rectifier yet on your case use proper capability transistor administration by utilising the generated pulses.
Q:what are the factors to be considered while designing the AC universal motor.?
Money, money, and money. How much are you willing to spend?
Q:Why do allot AC motors have centrifugal switches?
there are two windings (stator) in these types of motors. one is the starting windings and the other is the run windings. the switch in question is for the starting windings. start windings provide higher torque for the motor to start and as the motor comes up to speed. the switch opens due to the centrifugal force and allows the run windings to take over.
Q:How long do Signle AC phrase motors last?
If used within specifications, a single- PHASE AC motor is more likely to fail due to mechanical failure (e.g. bearings, start winding switches if fitted, start/ run capacitor failure), than actual winding electrical failure. As mechanical failures are possible in any type of motor, the life expectancy of single- phase motors properly used, is many, many years of service without any problem. The only single- phase motors in my life that have given problems are the little type typically used as fan motors, such as ventilation and extraction fans and portable cooling fans. Their typical failure is the drying out of lubrication for their bearings, which are usually of the self- lubricating sleeve type with oil supplied by an oiled pad surrounding the bearing. By dismantling them and adding oil to the pad and through the porous bearings, I have NEVER had one that did not then continue in service many more years. I did this to one just last week.. an extraction fan in a bathroom that had been in service for 26 years. I had to re- engineer the way the motor was held together, as the manufacturer never intended it should be opened. But having re- oiled it, it now runs sweetly once again. I expect it will now outlast me!
Q:Can having a different Amp on the AC fan motor trip my circuit?
The motor size increase in itself should not be an issue. .8 amps is minimal on a circuit rated at 30 amps(thats a guess depending on what your actual circuit load is). The disconnect switch on your wall may very well be the culprit. Weak connections can cause over amperage conditions to occur very easily. A bad contactor(the part that energizes and pulls in to turn on the compressor) will cause over amperage and/or voltage imbalance as well if the contacts are severely pitted and/or burned. I suggest powering off the unit at the breaker. Go through all the electrical connections and check for tightness at the lugs. Look for any wiring with broken insulation that could be touching metal intermittently. Take a closer look at the disconnect and look for wiring with melted insulation or fuse holders that are loose or look overheated. (a disconnect can be found at Home Depot). Good luck.
Q:230 volt motor jumpered for high volt operation but hooked up to 230 low..will it burnout?
For AC induction motors: If the jumpers connect stator windings in either a series (for high voltage) or parallel (for 230v) configuration, then the current will be 1/2 of normal and the motor will probably not burn out, but neither will it provide full torque/full power for the system. For other types of motors, or If there is some other kind of winding system different for high voltage vs. 230 v, then there is no telling what might happen to the motor. .
Q:I have a Nissan GA15 motor. When the ac is turned on, the engine loses power and begins to overheat. Why?
Check to make sure ac pulley is spinning and or that your fans kick on
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:Just got a replacement blower motor for my furnace/AC. It is a 3 speed but Id like it to be 1 speed. How?
It will only be one speed unless your furnace is wired for a multi-speed fan it's hooked up to a thermostat that has several fan speed options. A multi-speed fan is more efficient - you may want to rethink your question check and see if the furnace is set up for multiple speeds.

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