Siemens ILE0001 Series Motor

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Q:what is an ac motor? and what does it do?
it spins also
Q:Powering a dc motor with an ac generator.?
If you used a standard 1000 W generator that put out 120 VAC, you would need two transformers with a primary of 120 VAC and a secondary of 24 VAC 10 amps - one for each of the motors. In addition to the transformers, you would also need two bridge rectifier modules (one for each). Good rating to look for would be 100 PIV 30 amp. The 30 amps is because motors tend to draw high start up currents.
Q:What is different between AC, DC,and Servo motors? How can you control speed each motors?
AC has multiple windings and you have to pulse the windings in a certain order to create movement. The control logic that does the pulsing can control the speed by how often it goes to the next sequence. DC is the simplest and the more voltage you apply the faster it goes. You can vary the voltage either by actually varying the input voltage or through pulse width modulation (PWM) which very rapidly turns the motor on then off, so it moves but at any variable speed (until it is off for too long, and there isnt enough torque to get it going again). Servo is generally a dc motor that is controlled all through PWM. 50% duty cycle generally means middle and the farther extremes moves it left or right. Usually they do not rotate freely.
Q:How much power can an electric motor handle?
Wow! There is a wide variety of regular small electric motors and you likely need to be a bit more specific. I know of small electric motors that run on a few milliamperes of current at up to 12 volts, running electric trains, etc. There are other motors that run on 120 or 240 volts AC at very low current to run things like clocks, appliance timers, and so on. My tablesaw in my shop has a 2 horsepower motor that uses about 10 amperes at 120 volts AC after it is started. Do you see what I mean about needing a bit more information.
Q:building a motor?
An alternator is not a DC motor - it is wound to produce alternating current (thus the name) which is rectified by diodes on the case to make DC. Winding a DC motor/generator is not a simple task requiring multiple segments and a commutator to collect the segments in detail. You would be much better off just buying one, perhaps used, than spending your time trying to build something with reliable bearings and speed.
Q:3000 rpm ac 3 phase motor is good or 1500 rpm, for same kilowatt please explain?
Kilowatt output = torque(N-m) X speed(RPM) / 9549 A 1500 RPM motor producing twice as much torque as a 3000 RPM motor produces the same output power.
Q:Brushless DC motor is AC motor or DC motor, why?
The DC motor only has no brush and commutator. It should be inside to check the rotor position through the Holzer sensor, make the drive circuit turn over, and make sure the motor turn in one direction
Q:2 Types of AC Motor, and DC Motor? 10points for best answer?
(a) Synchronous Motors. 1. Plain 2. Super (b) Asynchronous Motors. 1. Induction Motors: (a) Squirrel Cage (b) Slip-Ring (external resistance). 2. Commutator Motors: (a) Series (b) Compensated (c) Shunt (d) Repulsion (e) Repulsion-start induction (f) Repulsion induction
Q:Can you use a dc motor controller?
NO! Don't do because a DC motor controller puts DC current into the circuit who acts as control, or, puts a variable voltage across it to define the speed of the controlled motor. You need to (in most of the situations) control the phase angle to make a variable speed and the power supplied to the motor. Good luck.
Q:undervoltage and dc motor?
In a DC motor, speed is proportional to voltage and current is proportional to load torque. If the voltage is reduced, the speed will tend to drop. With most loads, the torque required will be the same or less at lower speeds. That would mean the current could stay the same or go down. There are loads that require higher torque at reduced speeds, but I believe that such loads require a motor control system that would regulate the current or otherwise determine the effect of insufficient available voltage. PS1 If the voltage applied voltage to a DC motor is reduced, the motor does not lose the capability to produce torque. It will operate at a lower speed, and the current might increase somewhat, but it won't stall and draw high current like an AC motor would. However, if the load increases and causes the motor to stall, the motor will draw high current unless the power supply limits the current by reducing the voltage.

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