Products/Services for Motor Starter Diagram

  • AC Motors-Image
    AC Motors - (1326 companies)
    AC motors include single, multiphase, universal, induction, synchronous, and gear motors. They also include servomotors. AC motors are electric motors which are powered by alternating current (AC). They are used to convert electrical energy...
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    Motor Controllers - (763 companies)
    Motor controllers receive supply voltages and provide signals to motor drives that are interfaced to motors. They include a power supply, amplifier, user interface, and position control circuitry. Motor controllers receive supply voltages...
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    Motor Starters and Contactors - (630 companies)
    Description. Motor starters and contactors are motor-starting devices. They combine a contactor with overload protection and are designed for starting AC or DC motors. Motor Ratings. Motor starter ratings include continuous current, thermal current...
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    DC Motor Starters - (134 companies)
    Starting a DC motor poses unique challenges. The primary issue is that DC motors require a large, potentially damaging starting current which must be limited by the starter itself. Whereas small motors can be started using a switch or contactor, large...
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    Motor Contactors - (290 companies)
    ...value. When the maximum load value is crossed, the overload protection device opens the motor starter control circuit and turns off the motor. For best results, motor contactors should be durable, high-quality, long-lasting devices. Motor contactors work...
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    AC Motor Starters - (310 companies)
    Description. AC motor starters are used to turn-on and turn-off electric motors and motor-controlled equipment. They use solid-state or electromechanical technologies, and are designed for single-phase or three-phase motors. AC motor starters adhere...
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    DC Motors - (1171 companies)
    DC motors are most commonly used in variable speed and torque applications. They include brushless and gear motors, as well as servomotors. How to Select DC Motors. Image Credit: Dart Controls, Inc.; Galil Motion Control; Stock Drive Products...
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    Motor Control Center (MCC) Buckets - (13 companies)
    Motor control center (MCC) buckets are motor control modules intended for a motor control center. They typically contain a circuit breaker and a motor starter/contactor, and may contain a transformer. Motor control center (MCC) buckets are compact...
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    Brushless Motors - (231 companies)
    How to Select Brushless Motors. Image Credit: Aerotech, Inc.; Bodine Electric Company; Crouzet. What are Brushless Motors?. Brushless motors are synchronous electric motors that have a magnetically (AC induction) or electronically (DC) controlled...
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    Air Motors - (158 companies)
    Air Motors Information. Air motors are powered by compressed air. They operate at relatively high speeds in industrial and spark-prohibited applications. They can be regulated easily for speed and torque, and can stop and reverse very quickly...
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Efficient operation of induction motor starter/alternator systems is an important part of the power-management function that is required in the self-contained vehicular environment. However, the nonlinear dynamics of the induction motor [1], parameter sensitivity to environmental factors, load...

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For instance, take a simple application of a fixed-speed motor driving a fan. Replacing a three-phase motor starter with variablefrequency drive (VFD) permits the fan to operate at variable speeds. One benefit is energy savings,...

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The internal-combustion car historically had only one high-current electric motor: the starter. This 12-V/100-A (typical) unit does not need sophisticated control, as it is just an on/off, "give it the full 12 V DC and let it rip" motor. The few other motors were small and easily controlled...

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...for fully interactive control of actual system hardware. To understand the potential benefits of the VE-LAB, consider one example application: the development of a high-efficiency starter/generator for hybrid electric vehicles. With an induction motor starter/generator connected into the VE-LAB...

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Choosing which relay to use for overload protection depends on the specific electric motor starter application....

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Full-voltage starters (manual and magnetic) apply full voltage directly to motor terminals. Two other types, combination and reversing starters, consist of a starter, usually magnetic, with added functions. Some machines or loads may require a gentle start and smooth acceleration up to full speed...

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Single-speed squirrel-cage motors have starters that fall into two categories: full-voltage or across-the-line starters; and reduced-voltage starters. Full-voltage starters (manual and magnetic) apply full voltage directly to motor terminals. Two other types, combination and reversing starters...

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...locks and starter motor. This evolving technology is generating new opportunities for customer service, for example rental companies are now able to remotely allow access to vehicles. There are also new opportunities for high tech thieves known as "Code Grabbers"...

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Sometimes it may be desirable to use a remote START/STOP pushbutton arrangement together with an inverter. This often occurs when a machine is being retrofitted or upgraded with the addition of a Hitachi inverter as a replacement for a motor starter...

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...is additional manufacturer responsibility due to the requirement of "functional safety.". This paper will review the effect of these changes in regard to a simple safety design strategy and will introduce readers to a new safety motor starter technology that is pre-certified to meet the new safety...

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