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Can a box fan motor catch fire from too much load?
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How much money did Catch a Fire gross domestically?
What is the function of the load in the circuit?
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Can a solar oven catch on fire?
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What happens to a dc motor when it is run under voltage?
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How much percentage of current takes motor runs at no load?
Why does my AC single phase motor run for a while then stop?
Look on thew nameplate of the motor to see if it is thermally protected. This means that there is overload protection on the inside of the motor next to the windings. If the temperature rises in these windings the motor will trip off line and stop. Once the motor cools down the thermal overload device will reset and the motor will start again the next time you try it. As the answer states below reduce the load. <<>> How about over heating. To much load caused by bad bearings. Simply to much load.
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A dc motor running on a potential difference of 25V draws 9.8A It lifts a load of 48lb 12ft?
Why can we start a shunt motor under no load but why can't a series motor?
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How much is fire alarm load?
The power load of a fire alarm will depend upon how many components are connected. A single smoke alarm may be a very small load on the AC power. However, a more sophisticated alarm panel with multiple sensors and annunciators (horns, strobes) and fire-alarm release systems (panic hardware release, fire doors, extinguisher systems) may require a lot of power. As a general rule, any alarm and function required by the fire code is also required to have a backup power source, whether from a battery or a motor-generator set.
How do you reduce the amperage of three phase motor?
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Why won't my Kindle Fire load SpongeBob moves in?
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What is the difference between the starting current and the full load current?
What causes 12v dc motor to to drop variably to 2v to 7v under load?
Too much load, or too weak of a supply. When a motor is initially started, it will pull a higher than normal amount of current. A sag may occur if the supply is too small, and then it should rebound after a short period of time. If the voltage stays low, either the supply is well undersized, or the motor is pulling more current than it should (either the load is too heavy for the motor or the motor is damaged or dirty).
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Why the armature current of a shunt motor decreases as the motor accelerates?
Without a mechanical load the motor accelerates until the back-emf generated by the armature nearly equals the supply voltage. On load, the speed drops and the current rises until the power taken from the supply balances the mechanical power supplied to the load. If the armature has low resistance, the speed drop under load is not very much, so speed regulation is better if the armature resistance is lower.