Siemens High Low Voltage Motor ILE0001 Series

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motorSiemens1LA81PQ8400V,690V,2.3KV,4.16KV,6KVIP55IC411 (1LA8,1LA4)
IC416 (1PQ8,1PQ4)

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Q:what is the advantage of DC servo motor over the AC one for robotic application?
AC power can cause data signal interference. Data cables need to be shielded resulting in larger cable diameter, more weight and expense.
Q:De-rating the power of AC induction motor at 50deg C ambient temp.?
The rated frequency and voltage do not change. The rated speed is determined by the frequency, so rated speed doesn't change either. Rated power is rated torque multiplied by rated speed, so only the rated torque is reduced to 93% of the normal rating. Current is determined by the actual applied load torque, but reducing the torque by 7% will cause the current to decrease by somewhat less than 7% because the motor has a high no-load current. The current may be something like 35% of rated when there nothing connected to the motor shaft.
Q:ac brushless generator?
This Site Might Help You. RE: ac brushless generator? anybody could give me some answers... what is the difference between ac brushless generator and non-brushless generator? how about PMG generator? how to improve torque in dc motor? please anybody..?
Q:what is standard RPM of 1 & 1.5 hp motor?
this is entirely attainable. a super intense RPM motor must be -very- nicely engineered. there is a superb line between means and weight, so the cord interior the rotor coils may well be aluminum to assist gain those intense speeds. I wasn't waiting to locate specifics on the motor in this style of blender, yet i'd wager this is equipped. in many cases, somewhat blender motor spins somewhat below 20,000 RPM on this is very own, yet those omni blender autos would in basic terms have extra coils interior the stator and rotor than a prevalent blender motor. they might actually have a marginally state-of-the-artwork means-transport equipment quite of a commutator. i don't be attentive to... After a rapid google seek, i discovered those issues look to run on extra or less 1000 watts of means. With domicile electricity the voltage does not substitute, so for extra beneficial means desires, cutting-edge is going up. At 120V, 1000 watts means the present may well be measured at extra or less 8.333 amps. of path, the better the RPM, the extra means would be needed.
Q:AC servo motors generally choose synchronous or asynchronous?
This will be based on your purpose, such as CNC machine tools feed shaft, generally use AC synchronous servo motor, spindle general use AC asynchronous motor. The same power synchronous machine is much more expensive than the asynchronous machine. If it is common use, select synchronization
Q:How is frequency is efecting when a motor running by electric power,What is the relation of KW with FREQUENCY?
Dear Meetantacheri, I am not sure which frequency you refer to: 1) The Power Supply Frequency You need to look in your Ordinary Level Physics Books or on the wwweb at: Synchronous AC Motors Asynchronous AC Motors 2) The Rotational Speed of the Motor: For a DC Motor this depends on whether the rotor and stator are Series or Parallel Connected and the Mechanical Load that is on the Motor. For a Synchronous AC Motor you get field slippage if the mechanical load is too high I am not sure what you mean by the kW / f part. If a motor is overloaded it slows down, takes a lot of current and the power consumption rises. This overheats the motor and the winding are destroyed. (see back-EMF)
Q:What will happen when we give more voltage but same power into an AC motor ?
The most commonly used AC motors are induction or synchronous motors. Their speed is determined by the frequency of the supply and not by the voltage. If 200 VAC is the motor's rated voltage, then doubling the voltage to 400 would theoretically mean that the current needed to supply the load torque is reduced to half. So (in an elementary consideration) nothing would happen to speed but current would be halved and power would be the same. it is anyway the load which basically determines the power required - i.e. you don't give the power in, it is the load which draws it from the source via the motor. In practice however the above would not work. The doubled voltage would need to double the flux in the motor to generate a back-emf. It could not do this because the magnetic circuit would run severely into saturation. You would get some reduction in the current needed to supply the load but a large increase in magnetising current. Windings and core would overheat quite fast and fairly soon you'd burn out the motor due to insulation failure. The insulation design would be based on 200V and a certain temperature limit (say 130 C). At double voltage and under overheating it would not hold out long. If it held long enough, then the core (at high saturation) would eventually burn out.
Q:do conveyors use induction ac motors?
Yes, with variable frequency drives (VFD) there is a higher level of control of speed, acceleration and torque, so they can be used as well as any motor.
Q:Can a AC motor used as a exhaust fan generate electricity and how.?
Q:Whats the difference between a dc motor and an ac motor?
DC motors have brushes, and AC motors do not.

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