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    AC Motors - (1336 companies)
    ...the motor frame. AC Motors vs. DC Motors. The key difference between AC motors and DC motors (besides the power source) is the method of speed control. In DC motors, speed varies based on the voltage applied; this relationship is relatively linear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Servomotors - (420 companies)
    ...are the best option for high-speed and high-volume requirements. Types of AC Servomotors. The main difference between an AC servomotor and all other AC motors is the incorporation of an encoder and controller. The motor itself can be any type of AC... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Motor Starters - (312 companies) consider when selecting AC motor starters. Types. Multi-speed products are designed to be operated at a constant frequency and voltage. Reduced voltage starters (RVS) also change speeds, but use motor windings that can be reconnected to form different... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    AC Motor Drives - (839 companies)
    ...controller' is a motor drive which incorporates functions of a controller and drive to determine the speed, torque, horsepower, and direction of an AC motor. AC motors tend to require less maintenance than DC motors, making them preferable for hard... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Speed Controllers - (197 companies)
    ...specifications for motor speed controllers: Number of axes or motors the device can control. Rated power is the maximum power to be used with the motor. Resolution describes the number of binary digits (bits) the device uses to characterize an analog signal... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Controllers - (769 companies)
    ...outputs. High frequency drives supply power to AC motors at frequencies that are considerably higher than those used in standard-power applications. Regenerative drives support motor braking. Variable speed drives support speed control and adjustment... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Speed Controls - (68 companies)
    Speed Controls Information. Speed controls, including speed regulators and rate controllers, are used to decelerate and regulate the speed of loads such as moving carriages and machining feeds near the end of their travel. They frequently use fluid... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC Motors - (1177 companies) changing the voltage alone. By contrast, an AC motor is powered by alternating current (AC) which is defined by both a voltage and a frequency. Consequently, motors that are powered by AC require a change in frequency to change speed, involving more... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Adjustable Speed Drives - (221 companies)
    ...these drives are used to maintain the speed of a machine to very close tolerances: +-0.1% is not uncommon. This is much more accurate than the speed control offered by conventional AC motors, which can vary 3% from no load to full. Important performance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Coils - (30 companies)
    ...different types of products. Some motor coils are designed for specific types of alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) motors. Product categories include AC motor coils, DC motor coils, linear motor coils, stepper motor coils and servo... Learn More

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A synchronous and synchronous motors are the two main categories of ac motors. The induction motor is a common form of asynchronous motor and is basically an ac transformer with a rotating secondary. The primary winding (stator) is connected to the power source and the shorted secondary (rotor...

...induction motors are available in the market. Different motors are suitable for different applications. Although AC induction motors are easier to design than DC motors, the speed and the torque control in various types of AC induction motors require a greater understanding of the design...

Alternating-current (AC) and direct-current (DC) motors have traditionally served distinctly different applications due to their construction and inherent operating characteristics. In general, AC motors were smaller, less expensive, lighter and more rugged than DC motors. DC motors, on the other...

Motor. The second graph shows this profil can be 20:1 throughout the speed range with special motors designed for adjustable speed operation, such as the Reliance RPM A-C Motor...

Knowing what controller/motor package to use in a given situation is just one of the subjects covered in this overview of AC and DC drive application considerations. Published originally as a direct mail piece for distribution use, it has been updated with additional information on drive selection...

AN1162 Sensorless Field Oriented Control (FOC) of an AC Induction Motor (ACIM) operate at a speed that is roughly proportional to the Author: Mihai Cheles input frequency. As you decrease the frequency of the Microchip Technology Inc. drive voltage, you also need to decrease the amplitude Co-Author...

This application note demonstrates how you use the dsPIC30F MCU to control an AC Induction Motor (ACIM). The discussion is based on the dsPICDEM MC motor Control Development System, but you can use your own hardware if you choose. The dsPICDEM MC Motor Control Development System has electrical...

What is Regenerative Energy? When a motor turns faster than the commanded speed as set by its AC variable speed drive, the motor in effect acts as a generator. An example of this would be the control of an elevator car as it descends. With the help of gravity, the load will readily lower. In fact...

...and markets a complete range of motion control solutions, including servo drives and motors, clutches and brakes, gears and gear motors and variable frequency AC motor...

...factor as seen by the user's line. A bank of these oil-filled or dry type AC capacitors usually reside in a conspicuously placed metal enclosure nearby the motor. Beware of retrofitting any AC controllers (including VVI and CSI types) to existing induction motors! If the installation is not thoroughly...

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