ABB Original High Low Voltage 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:will a magnectic field affect an ac motor.? what about a dc motor.?
Yes and no. Yes, the theory of magnetic interference is true. However, the electrical coil serves as magnetic shielding, so the penetration of the interfering field is minimal. The global field of the earth is very minimal. As far as magnetic interference from other motors in the area, this is more valid than the global interference argument, but the field generated OUTSIDE of a solenoid coil is very weak compared to that INSIDE the coil. That said, issues can arise if you have forces exerted on the motor or other parts of the drive by a strong field. Strong magnetic fields can generate forces against shafts, gears, and bearings that can be mechanically damaging and cause excessive wear. Typically areas that have strong magnetic radiation are classified, if you've got a deviant field somewhere that is exposed for no good reason, throw up some shielding. OSHA said so. The difference for your AC vs DC motors... A DC motor can potentially be driven by a strong magnetic field (1 in a million odds to get the right induction) an AC couldn't. An unshielded DC motor would possibly exhibit a strong reactoin than an AC motor, but either event is pretty unlikely. Bottom line, if a motor is operating in a strong magnetic field, shield it and you'll have no problems. PS... Simple Mag shielding basically consists of metallic mesh screens. As the mag field penetrates the mesh, essential tries to induce a current and the field is bent around the individual wires, breaking up the field.
Q:How does one calculate the stator (or rotor) phase winding resistance (NOT impedance) of an AC 3 phase motor?
Firstly, we have to establish if this is single speed, or two speed? You have said it is a squirrel cage motor, therefore can assume to be an induction motor. Because the starter has 3 contactors, you cannot assume it is a Star/Delta started motor, even if one contactor has a star connection. A 3 phase induction motor, with, or without a star/delta starter should never have any resistance between windings if all external connections are disconnected, which you obviously appreciate. There does exist a type of motor called a tap wound, or Dahlander motor. This is a 2 speed motor with 1 x 3 phase winding. The windings are connected internally, using 3 contactors to give a pole change in ratio 2:1 using delta and star/star (Double star) configurations. Afraid not enough information is supplied, however if it is a single speed 3 phase induction motor, you have a problem with the motor, sorry. Try the site below for winding connections, I have eventually found. Good luck Chuck.
Q:Making an Electric Motor Spin Faster?
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Q:2003 Cadillac ext. can not control my blower motor on the ac?
If the blower will only run on high, it's a bad resistor. If the blower doesn't run at all, it's a bad blower motor.
Q:How do you change the speed of a 115v AC single phase motor?
This Site Might Help You. RE: How do you change the speed of a 115v AC single phase motor? I have a 1/4hp, 4.5amp AC motor. I was wondering if it would be possible to add a speed control. Having scoured the internet for an answer to this question, I've become pretty lost. I understand enough about electricity to stay alive but don't get much of the technical jargon. Is there...
Q:How to distinguish between DC motor and AC motor?
The stator of a direct current motor is a fixed magnetic field, and the direct current changes through the brush of the rotor to form a magnetic field around it, thereby rotating in the stator. In industrial enterprises, due to relatively reliable DC power supply, DC motor is generally used to require reliable operation of mechanical or mechanical spare security; and because the DC motor with variable speed input voltage can also change, so often need to control local DC motor are many, such as cars, electric locomotive and so on.
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:How to have a reverse rotation in a motor?
The easiest way is to use a 3 phase motor. Use one, 3 position switch. with the switch all the way to one side motor going forward, middle position is off, last position is reverse. you will also need two starters. The only difference is that on the input side of the starters, on one starter, two of the wires are in different positions than the other starter.
Q:Where can I purchase a 165KW 3 phase AC induction motor from? On-line store?
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Q:I am working on a variable frequency drive for an ac motor what parts do i need?
Not enough information! If you have a drive and a motor you have all the parts you need. Hook it up and program the thing.

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