What does thermally protected mean on a motor nameplate?
That means that there´s a switch which protects the motor of overheating. For instance if on the nameplates is a marking: IsoKl. F it means that the motor is protected up to 155°C. There´s a Thermoswitch on every phase (3) to protect the insulation. The two cables are a little bit thinner than the others. ...
What does no load speed on a electric motor mean?
Generally a motor drives some equipment, it could be a fan, or a pump, connected to motor's shaft. The speed of the motor when no equipment is connected to its shaft is known as no load speed. ...
What does the phases on a nameplate of a motor mean?
On a three phase motor, the phases give you direction for how to hook the motor up to make it spin one direction vs. the other. If you hook up such a motor blindly with all three phases, it may spin in the opposite direction you want; to fix, you swap any two of the three phase connections. ...
What does it mean when the breaker keeps throwing on the hvac?
The HVAC is trying to draw more current than what the nameplate says it should. ...
Asked in Fuel and Engines
What is the foot print you need for the motor and can you replace the motor with a standard car motor?
What do you mean footprint? but yes you can replace a motor with a standard car motor. ...
Asked in Personal Safety and Security
To be protected from danger of harm?
Individuals have many rights and these include to be protected from harm and danger. To be protected from harm and danger mean to keep your information in confientaiality and to look after you in a good orderly manner. ...