What horsepower is 60HZ?
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If changing a motor circuit from 60Hz to 50Hz, Horsepower and RPM will be approximately 90 and 83 percent of the nameplate specifications, and also the full load running torque will increase approximately 8 percent.
Yes, 115V 60Hz will work in a 120V 60Hz power supply.
There are zero amps in 220v 60Hz.
Let me want to know 60Hz with how much voltage is available
60hz works fine with kinect
50 cycles/sec is 50Hz and 60cycles/sec is 60Hz
Do you mean definition? If so 110V = 110 volts-60hz = 60 hertz. Hertz is the cycles that the electricity runs at. 60hz. is the US standard. Europe is at 50hz.
ONE THING FOR SURE THERE IS NO CHANGE IN VOLTAGE IF SAME EQUIPMENT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT. THE ISSUE HERE IS THE CHANGING LOAD FREQUENCY 60HZ TO 50HZ OR VICE VERSA. FOR EXAMPLE THE MOTOR HORSEPOWER AND R.P.M. WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 90 AND 83 PERCENT OF THE NAMEPLATE SPECIFICATIONS, ALSO THE FULL LOAD RUNNING TORQUE WILL INCREASE APPROXIMATELY 8 PERCENT IF USED FROM 60HZ TO 50HZ.
75HZ is better than 60HZ for eye and for pc when v-sync is on
Typically YES, but this is a very vague question, would WHAT work at 50hz instead of 60hz. If you look on the device being used you will see that it should be rated 50/60hz.
Household is 120/240 volts at 60Hz. The average wall socket is 120v 60Hz.
Yes, there is no problem using a transformer specified for 230V-50Hz with a voltage of 220V-60Hz. Transformers in this range of voltage are designed for 220 to 240V and 50 to 60Hz.
220v 50 Hz refrigerator won't work on 220 60Hz supply....
This should not be a problem but check with the manufacturer of the laundry equipment to be certain.
60hz Works fine I assume, I've got the same TV that i used to play Game cube and that always asks about 60hz or 50hz some times even 40hz! So I assume you can!
Yes, you can.
It is 120V/60Hz
Currently in 2014, there isn't a way to upgrade a television from a 60hz to 120hz. The only way to upgrade is to purchase a different television.
What effect will be there on the motor (Induction) output power when a 100kW 50hz motor is connected to a 60hz power supply.
No, a room air condition rated for 115v 60hz will not operate on 220v 50hz.
Yes, running a 60Hz clock on 50Hz will cause it to run too slow. It will not keep accurate time.
No! Normally not, the recistance in the windings is to hig on 60Hz and the pump motor has not power enough to work propelly. This happened to myself when I connected my Whirpool AWE 7519 to 230V 60Hz. Europian model for 50Hz.
One way would be to hook it up to a supply (by itself, with no load) and measure the speed with a contact tachometer. If your supply is 60Hz, and the motor speed corresponded to one of the standard motor speeds, it would be a pretty safe bet you had a 60Hz motor. If the speed was about 20% faster than a standard speed, the motor is probably a 50Hz motor. Or 20% slower if… Read More
Frequencies higher than 60Hz are frequently used. Although there are radio waves lower than 60Hz, all of our radio transmissions are well above that. If you mean why frequencies for mains power supply above 60Hz can't be used, the answer is, they can. The higher the frequency though, the higher the loss although this doesn't really come into play until frequencies above several hundred Hz are used. 50Hz or 60Hz were chosen originally because of… Read More
is the speed of the generator
Yes a VFD can be run higher than 60hz. It is the motor that causes the limitations see motor supplier spec sheets
This can not be answered with the information you have given. 60Hz does not relate the the current draw so wire size can not be calculated.
How do you connect a 230volt 60Hz air conditioning unit with one phase wire to a 240 volt 60Hz two phase south American supply?
Treat the USA 2 Phases as 1, its called split phase, instead of Line and Neutral, you ahve two phases but they deliver 240v, this will not hurt a 230v machine as the chances are that you are NOT getting 240v supply at the delivery point anyway. As long as the machine si 60Hz and supply 60Hz, you will not have a problem
Running it on 60hz will just make the motor spin faster. This may not be a problem, and if it is, it will probably only be one of personal preference.
Actually plasma screens are in total 600hz but they are divided in 10 subfields, each of which run at 60hz. But in conclusion, 10 subfields of 60hz reduce motion blur almost to zero and look alot cleaner than 1 subfield of 120hz, 240hz, etc.
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The frequency is 60 Hz in the USA.
115 vac 60hz
ELF Radio (<60Hz).
60Hz has a wavelength of 5000 meters.