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Motor Modifikasi

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Gear motors and stepper motors

Gear motors are said to be more general than AC and DC motors. In fact, the last two types are found under the broader category. It also has other types and sizes such as single or multiphase, servo or induction and synchronous. When one considers such types of industrial motors, he must look into the speed of the shaft as well as the continuity of the torque, current and output power.

A stepper motor on the other hand is one type of industrial motor that makes use of a magnetic field for rotor movement. It functions with different stepping techniques such as full, half or fractional steps. Voltage is important in changing the polarity of poles applied to its rotor.

Motor Read American Harley Davidson

Thu, 14 Oct 2010 04:32:00 +0000

Motor Read American Harley

AC and DC motors

AC motors are perhaps the simplest of all types of industrial motors. They are favored for the simplicity of their designs, reliability of their operating capacities, their low financial investments and a variety of mounting styles. Since they are available in a wide array of environmental enclosures, it is also easy to find replacements of the parts of AC motors. Some drawbacks on these products include the expense for speed controls and its inability to function at lower-paced speeds.

DC motors on the other hand, was the earliest types of industrial motor designs. At present, a lot of people favor these motor systems mainly because of its speed varieties that serve various torque applications. It has uncomplicated designs matched by easy to control torque and speed. When compared to AC motors though, DC motors are more expensive and larger. It requires higher maintenance and cannot be controlled in lowest speeds.

Racing Transfer Body

Thu, 14 Oct 2010 04:28:00 +0000

Racing Transfer

An industrial motor is important in the proper functioning of machines employed in varied industries. The choice is practically dependent upon the decision of the end user but also needs some proper scrutiny of the different types of motors. Industrial motors have varied designs crucial to the particular engineering practice where they are sought after. Therefore, one should be able to distinguish one type of motor from the other.

The basic types of industrial motors include AC, DC, brushless DC, servo, gearless and linear motors. To reiterate, the reason why one should know the distinct trait of one industrial motor type is because of the fact that there are those that are apparently more suitable in a particular application than that of the other. Here are essential facts to take note of about each motor type.

Motor Duck

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Motor Duck

The Motor Control Center

The MCC enclosure protects personnel from contact with current carrying devices, and it protects the components from various environmental conditions. It is important that the enclosure is mounted to assure accessibility so that qualified personnel (such as a trained thermographer) can open the panel under load. There are different classes and types of MCCs, but generally speaking, an MCC looks like a row of file cabinets with each cabinet representing an MCC section. The drawers of the file cabinet represent the plug-in units that contain the motor control components. Three phase power is distributed within the MCC by bus bars, large metal current carrying bars. The horizontal bus provides three-phase power distribution from the main power supply. Vertical bus in each section is connected from it to individual MCCs. Bracing and isolation barriers are provided to protect against fault conditions. The plug-in units of an MCC have power stabs on the back to allow it to be plugged into the vertical power bus bars of the structure.

Fine Motor

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(image) Fine Motor

DC and AC electric motors are found everywhere from the home to the car to industrial plants. Motors are important to everyday life. Dc motors were introduced and caused a great revolution in the way many things are done. When AC motors came on the market the way motors were looked at changed because of their amazing starting power potential. DC motors and AC motors are different in many ways, but they still both are usede to power the world.

Motor Ceper

Thu, 14 Oct 2010 03:32:00 +0000

Motor Ceper

Alternating current or AC electric motors are used differently based on what type of AC motor it is. Single phase AC motors are known as general purpose motors. They work well in many different situations. These AC motors work great for systems that are hard to start because they need a lot of power up front. Three phase, also called polyphase, AC motors are usually found in industrial settings. These motors also have high starting power build transmit lower levels of overall power. AC power gets its name from the fact that it alternates in power. The amount of power given off by an AC motor is determined by the amount of power needed to operate the system.

kaskus motor

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kaskus motor

There are two main types of electric motors. There are direct current or DC and alternating current or AC motors. The reference of DC or AC refers to how the electrical current is transferred through and from the motor. Both types of motors have different functions and uses. Dc motors come in two general types. They can have brushes or be brushless. AC motors, as well, come in two different types. They can be two phase or three phase. The differences in DC and AC motors are sometimes subtle, but these differences are what make one types better for a certain use.

Direct current or DC electric motors work for situations where speed needs to be controlled. DC motors have a stable and continuous current. DC motors were the first and earliest motors used. They were found, however, to not be as good at producing power over long lengths. Electric companies found using DC motors to generate electric did not work because the power was lost as the electric was transmitted. Brush DC motors use rings that conduct the current and form the magnetic drive that powers the rotor. Brushless DC motors use a switch to produce the magnetic drive that powers the rotor. Direct current motors are often found in appliances around the home.

Modifikasi Motor One Wheeler

Tue, 12 Oct 2010 12:28:00 +0000

(image) Modifikasi Motor One Wheeler

The capacitor start/capacitor run motor has both a start and run capacitor in the circuit. The start capacitor is switched out once achieving start-up. This type of motor has higher starting, lower loaded currents, and higher efficiency. The drawback is the expense that's required for two capacitors and a switching device. Reliability also plays a factor on account of the switching mechanism.

The three phase induction motor is wound for three phase alternating voltage. These are the simplest and most rugged electric motors available. The motor could be designed for either DELTA or WYE hook-up. This type is designed for continuous use and high starting torques. Motor speed is relatively constant. If three phase voltage is available this is the motor to choose.

Two phase servo motors are used in servo systems, hence the name. They are very sensitive to voltage variations on the control phase. This style requires two voltages in 90 degrees phase shift from each other in order to produce a rotating magnetic field. Servo motors have high torque to inertia ratio, high speed and works well for velocity control applications. Tachometer feedback devices can be supplied with these motors.

Hollywood Modifikasi Motor

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(image) Hollywood Modifikasi Motor

A split phase motor uses a switching device to disconnect the start winding once the motor gets to 75% of its rated speed. Although this type has a simple design which makes it less expensive for commercial use, it also has low starting torques and high starting currents.

The capacitor start motor is basically a split phase capacitor motor with a capacitor in series with the starting winding to create more starting torque. This motor is more expensive on account of the switching and capacitor requirement.

A permanent split capacitor motor does not have any staring switch. For this type, a capacitor is permanently connected to the starting winding. Since this capacitor is required for continuous use, it does not provide starting power, therefore starting torques are typically low. These motors are not recommended for heavy starting load applications. However, they do have low starting currents, quieter operation, and higher life/reliability, thereby making them a good choice for high cycle rates. They are also the most reliable capacitor motor on account of not having a starting switch. They can also be designed for higher efficiencies and power factor at rated loads.

Motor Modifikasi Jambi

Tue, 12 Oct 2010 12:23:00 +0000

Motor Modifikasi Jambi

Once you have established which power source you have you will need to determine which style will work for your application. AC motors can be sub-divided into the following: Single Phase Induction, Three Phase Induction, Two Phase Servo, and Hysteresis Synchronous. DC motors can be sub-divided into: Brushless DC, Brush DC, and Stepper types.

Next we need to understand the different characteristics of each type in order to properly match a motor to its application.

A single phase induction motor is connected to a single voltage line. An external capacitor is required to make this motor operate. The different types of single phase induction motors are distinguished by which method they are started. The four basic types are: split phase, capacitor start, permanent split capacitor, and capacitor start/capacitor run.

modifikasi motor (modif)

Tue, 12 Oct 2010 12:21:00 +0000

modifikasi motor (modif)

Determining which type motor you need may not be an easy task. There are many different types available today. Before you order, there are a number of parameters that need to be addressed. So how can you properly accomplish this? This article is written to assist you in determining which motor is best for your application.

First and foremost you will need to know what voltage source is available in your application. Electric motors can be classified as either AC (Alternating Current) or DC (Direct Current). Alternating current types only run on AC Voltage and direct current types only run on DC Voltage. There is also a universal motor that can run on both AC and DC voltages.