Siemens ILE0001 Series Motor

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Q:Why would a capacitor start AC induction motor randomly run in different directions?
Either the starting capacitor is worn out, or disconnected, or the centrifugal switch is not working, or the startup winding is open or disconnected. See the image in the source below.
Q:How to control AC motor with stopping points?
you really don't want to control this with timers. You want to use limit switches to stop it when it reaches the limit. Otherwise it would stop at the wrong spot as the motor bearings aged, or if the line voltage were off a bit, or the track grease wore out. And it you are going to design something this complicated, you need to think of all the contingencies, and more.
Q:Are there Unordinary AC motors out there (PART2)?
My previous answer should have been: Mechanical Power (kilowatts) = Torque (newton-meters) X Speed (RPM) / 9549 or Mechanical Power (watts) = Torque (newton-meters) X Speed (RPM) / 9.549 Using the correct units/decimal location Power at peak torque = 55 X 500 / 9.549 = 2880 watts Torque at rated power = 735 X 9.549 / 500 = 14 N-m Torque for 1500 RPM connection = 2035 X 9.549 / 1500 = 12.95 N-m
Q:i have a d903 electric motor on my ac unit and it wont start on its own. if you start it by hand it runs but i?
Edate Troll is a little fuzzy on how capacitors work, but is on the right track. The two most likely causes of a motor unable to start on its own is a failed capacitor or failing bearings. These motors typically have sealed bearings, and cannot be easily lubricated. With power off, grab the blade and give it a spin. If it spins freely, try to wiggle the motor shaft side to side. If you get any play out of it, the bearings are failing. When bearings are going out, the motor usually makes a bit of a hum or grumble as it tries to start. My first instinct would be to replace the capacitor.
Q:How can i check if the AC blow motor works or not?
You are either misunderstanding the components or not using the proper wording. It appears to be a bit of each. Please repost your question with specifics. An exhaust inducer is a component of a heating system.
Q:why a ac motor burn due to heavy load and low voltage?
With an AC motor running on a reduced voltage, slip is increased. That is the difference between the speed of the rotor and the rotating magnetic field in the stator, increases. When this happens more voltage is induced in the rotor bars, so more current flows in them. By transformer action, the current in the stator windings also increases and may lead to overheating and burn out.
Q:What were people doing (using) before the invention of the AC induction motor?
Animal power. petrol and diesel engines.steam engines etc...
Q:what is dc injection braking for ac motors and how does it work ? can i replace ac drives braking ?
works okorder.com/
Q:Why is there a resistor over a ac motor?
The resistor is there in parallel to slow down the speed of the motor. The type of circuit that turns AC into DC would be a rectifier. After the transformer the voltage is likely AC, you would send it through a bridge rectifier consisting of diodes to limit the later half of the sine wave or negative potential. The rectifier will also smooth out the voltage signal and turn it into a full on DC voltage. The resistor is in parallel to the DC motor as a load. It limits the current to the motor since it is in parallel, thus limiting the speed. Since it is a DC motor it may be limiting the back EMF that the DC motor is producing as well.
Q:ac motors help!!!!!!?
A synchronous motor has a stator coil energized with an ac voltage of a given frequency. This creates a rotating mag field about the rotor. Unlike a typical induction motor, the sync motor rotor will also have a coil, energized with a dc field. The motor is accelerated to near sync speed by induction, when near sync speed the dc field lock onto the rotating stator field and the rotor, and therefore the shaft, rotates at a fixed rpm, which is dependent upon the applied frequency and the number of (always a multiple of two) distinct coils on the stator, e.g., 60 Hz motors will have rated rpm of 3600, 1800, 1200, 900, etc. The sync motor increases power by drawing more amps and varying its power factor-the induction draws more amps as well, but also slows below its sync speed.

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