How do you change a 3 phase pump motor to a 2 phase?
There is no 2 phase. Three phase and single phase only. There is no conversion you have to replace it.
Their isn't one
It sounds like you have a three phase motor that you are trying to put in where you have a single phase 120volt motor. You can purchase a three phase inverter, but the cost will exceed the cost of the new motor sized for the right wiring and voltage.
3 Phase induction motor is used in water pump set.(K.W-5.5,V-415,AMPS-CONN 10.35 DELTA,RPM-1450). Use for domestic pumps only 2 phase
What size motor do you need to run a compressor 2 stage 80 gallon tank i have a 3 phase on it and want to change motor?
You probably need a 5hp or 7hp motor. Look for HP rating o the 3 phase motor and select the same for single phase. 3 phase has same power but is more efficient at electricity use. Also consider a 3 phase converter. It allows a 3 phase motor to run on single phase service.
Two options: Option 1 is to copy the motor data tag info for FRAME (FR) and HORSEPOWER (HP) and get a motor that matches those two factors in single phase. Option 2 is to get a variable speed drive (VFD) rated for single phase input and three phase output at the amp rating of the motor you have. This is my personal choice as it gives you the ability to vary the speed of the… Read More
I would guess it would use a third less than a single phase motor. The voltage differences don't save but 3 phase does. A 3 phase motor also starts easier.
No. If you have phase 1, 2, 3 (in that order), and phase 1 is the highest voltage at the instant a switching event occurs (causing a power surge), the surge voltage will be highest in phase 1. For polarity to change, you would need phase 2 to instantaneously change to greater than 1, which will not happen.
A synchronous motor can be a type of 3-Phase AC motor, or not. A synchronous motor is defined by the period of the rotor being synchronized with the frequency of the stator windings' current. The stator windings might be 3-Phase or not (2-Phase would work). Also synchronous motors are not the only type of 3-Phase AC motors. An induction motor could also be 3-Phase AC and has a few advantages and disadvantages over a synchronous… Read More
Cause 2 phase is applied to the motor and another phase is disconnected ... in this condition ur motor cannot run longer ,it will trip on over current or burn ur motor winding .
You have to reduce the voltage by a factor 50/60 to avoid saturation in the active iron of the motor. Accordingly the available max load of the motor is reduced by (50/60)^2. Nevertheless the actual load of the motor is defind by the requirements of the driven machine (pump, elevator, etc). The nominal speed of the motor is reducet too.
If you mean to reverse the direction of a three phase motor, you just switch any 2 leads. switch 1 and 2, or 2 and 3, or 3 and 1.
A 3-phase motor can be slow by:- 1. BY INCREASING THE NUMBER OF POLE PAIR. 2. BY USING GEAR.
How does the 3-phase induction motor acts like 2-phase induction motor if a phase is disconnected from supply?
yes the motor will run but will draw more current and the torque will be not constant means not smooth due to unbalanced current
ac:1) 1 phase 2) poly phase 3)universal
That would not be good. It takes reversing 2 of the 3 phases (wires) to get it to run in the other direction.
traditionally, 3 contact starters are for a three phase motor and two contact starters are for a single phase motor.
motor= 2 h.p 220v=60 hz single phase single capistor 36 solat i have no formula help me how i rewind motor
yes, It would run as long as the motor was not coupled to a load. Coupled to a load the motor would have no torque and would stall.
pole=2 slots=24 phase=3 slot/pole/phase =6 (1)
Is the motor 3 phase? Thats what im guessing. You would get an unbalanced load across the windings of the motor, the other 2 phase's would try to compensate and ruin the windings. 3 phase motors are obviously supposed to have 3 phase input. Weather it be in star or delta. I wouldnt try and run it if i were you!
You need to buy a "phase converter" either rotary or stationary, such as Grainger #2MV47. Remember, when using phaseconverters, the three-phase motor will only run at 2/3 of its rated horsepower.
There is no such thing as a 1.5 pump. - Pumps are rated in gpm and inches. If the pump end is 4" , it will fit any 4 " Franklin motor.
you dont you have to buy a step down transformer or a new motor
Melting: change of phase from solid to liquid Boiling: change of phase from liquid to a gas
3 phase motors don't have a neutral. Your power line in will have a ground and 3 hot wires, L1, L2 and L3. The motor will have 9 wires, T1, T2, T3 etc... The 3 phase motor can be wired up for high voltage or low voltage depending on power supply coming in. Wire up motor for proper configuration ( usually a little wiring diagram on motor / jbox) and check that motor runs in… Read More
A Scott transformer converts 3-phase to 2-phase and vice versa, so if you get a Scott transformer it can convert a 2-phase supply into 3-phase for the motor. Caution: the 2-phase supply has to be a genuine 2-phase as defined, with 90 degrees phase between the two phases, and these are extremely uncommon. A Scott transformer CANNOT be used with the split-phase supply found in many US homes which have a 240 v single-phase transformer… Read More
Previous answers have not included the following; 208V is normally (but not always) 3 phase. 230 V is normally (but not always) Single phase. Hooking up a single phase 230V motor to 2 legs of a 208V 3 phase service will likely cause the motor to overheat.
A three phase motor will not work on a 2-phase power supply, it needs a 3-phase power supply. Two phase electrical services are no longer the standard for electrical distribution. You would need to get an expensive phase-changer to convert your normal single phase power supply to three phase. Depending on the power output you require from the motor, it can often be much cheaper to buy a suitable single phase motor, new or secondhand… Read More
No it cannot if you run a 3 phase motor on 2 phase the motor will not run correctly and will most likely burn up.. and when running it on 3 phase you need to make sure the motor is running the direction Answer It's unlikely you have access to a two-phase supply as it's an obsolete system, so your question is rather pointless. A two-phase system is an archaic system that predates the three-phase… Read More
zma da ghan mata sa raze Even if I do not understand the language used above I still believe that the answe above is very irrelevant, to say the least. Answer: 1. Resistance start single phase motor 2. Capacitor start single phase motor 3. Capacitor start and run single phase motor 4. Capacitor start capacitor run single phase motor
Can a 6 watt dc generator produce that much electricity which can be used to run a 3 phase and a 2 phase motor?
"2 phase" and "3 phase" are descriptions of AC supplies, which no DC generator can imitate, regardless of its power rating.
Single phase motors are designed for either CW or CCW operation, 3 phase units can be set by swapping any 2 power input connections. Manufacturer: Delta Model: 62-045 Voltage: 120/240 H.P. : 1 1/2 Dual capacitor (Start/Run) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Need to change rotation on this motor. I believe that if I changed the polarity on the Start circuit that I could do this ?? I do not know how to go about this, therefore could you… Read More
Two-phase power as strictly defined has not been available for about 100 years. A three-phase supply with one phase disconnected is really only a single-phase supply and using a capacitor to create the third phase would not really work because it cannot accommodate changes in the current drawn by the motor.
When connecting a external generator 3 phase to an existing 3 phase electrical network how do you know that the 2 systems are in phase?
use a rotor phaser or simply connect a 3 phase motor and check dirrection
Im not sure how to change the oil pump on a 93 but just drop by the nearest O'Rielly's or Autozone, etc, and ask one of them to see if they can't help you out. you have too raise the motor up just a little then remove the motor mount bolts raise motor as high as you can while watching to make sure nothing gets damaged.drain oil and lower the oil pan remove the oil… Read More
In a typical 3 phase system you have multiple voltages and configurations that can be used in either single phase or 3 phase, depending on how the circuit is designed. A single phase system is just single phase. You can have multiple voltages but it is always single phase. For example, in a typical 277/480v 3 phase system you can power 277v single phase lighting or equipment, 480v single phase lighting or equipment (which uses… Read More
Any single-phase a.c. generator producing more than 2.5 HP or 2 kW - at the required voltage.
In a three phase motor each leg (3 phases) in the down cycle alternating at 1/60 per second servers as a neutral, you are only required to ground (green) the frame of the motor for safety. This is similar In a single phase motor wired for 240v (2 phases) the same thing happens and you are only required to ground (green) the frame of the motor for safety. From: Ken F
When our earth rotate and when its one phase is on sun's side.the 2 phase feels dark
Its pretty simple to change the water pump on your olds. First you must jack up the motor so you can remove the motor mount on the passanger side of the motor once the motor mount is removed then you have to loosen the serpentine belt. Your water pump is located underneath the alternator. Take and remove seven bolts from the water pump let them hang there while your coolant drains out (takes about 2… Read More
Phase change - melting, evaporation, Nuclear fusion or fission.
Depends on the motor it has but anywhere from 3 to 4 1/2 hours for the1.8,1.9 tdi unless its the vr6 then 5 to 7 hours...
fan is a capacitor start capacitor run single phase induction motor. since single phase induction motors are not self starters, caused by discontinuty in stator mmf. so to iniate rotation single phase supply is splitted 90 degree apart by a capacitor to convert it to a 2 phase motor, which produces a continued synchronously revolving mmf in stator to start the motor. cool !!
C1095 indicates a hydraulic pump motor circuit failure. First check to see that the 2-pin connector from the brake pressure control module is fully seated and has good terminal contact and no corrosion. If no, connect. If yes, check the pump motor. If the pump motor does not run, disconnect the 2-pin connector on the inside of brake control module, ground the brown wire and apply 12V to the red wire. Then again check to… Read More
Probably. 5 hp. is 5 hp., regardless of the phases that drive it. But for practical implementation, you will see following problems: 1] Single phase motor will demand for neutral connection. 2] As entire current for 5HP load will be now on single phase, your conductor will be loaded 1.732 times its rated load ( for 3 phase motor design) Hence it may call for increase in conductor cross section. 3] As entire 5 HP… Read More
Connect the 3 conductors of the power source to the 3 conductors of the motor turn the motor on for a brief moment to note the direction that it turns if the direction is reversed swap any 2 conductors. Try this: www.tdk.co.jp/tefe02/e9123_zrgt_mf.pdf
Motors running backwards: A DC motor wired backwards or magnetic field reversed. A 3 phase AC motor with 2 phases reversed A single phase motor will run either way unless it is 'persuaded' by means of a shaded pole or other method to rotate in a particular direction.
A three phase induction motor is a device in which the rotor rotates at speed slightly less than the synchronous speed. the difference between the synchronous speed and the rotor speed is called slip which ranges from 2-5%.
There actually is no such thing as 2 phase. You either have single phase (As most/all residential services), or three phase (primarily in commercial/industrial). When a normal three phase motor 'loses a phase' (blown fuses, open winding, bad contactor, etc...) if it continues to operate, it is considered 'single phasing'. While such operation is typically only briefly. (They usually don't run long) While it probably will not operate very long, the motor would over heat… Read More
drain motor oil, remove oil pan , locate oil pump , it has 2 crews. replace oil pump with new one. replace oil pan gasket with new , put oil pan back make sure all screws are tight but not tooo tight . put back motor oil 4 1/2 to 5 quarts .. done check for leaks around oil pan.