Category: FRACTIONAL KILOWATT MOTORS

AC Series Motor

AC Series Motor: A series motor can be run from either dc or ac (single-phase) supply provided that both stator and rotor cores are laminated to limit the iron-loss. Figure 10.43 is the cross-sectional view of a AC Series Motor connected to ac supply. As the armature current alternates, the field polarity alternates in phase […]

Hybrid Stepper Motor

Hybrid Stepper Motor: Hybrid Stepper Motor -This is in fact a PM stepper motor with constructional features of toothed and stacked rotor adopted from the variable-reluctance motor. The stator has only one set of winding-excited poles which interact with the two rotor stacks. The permanent magnet is placed axially along the rotor in form of […]

Permanent Magnet Stepper Motor

Permanent Magnet Stepper Motor: Figure 10.39 shows the phases (stacks) of a 2-phase, 4-pole permanent magnet stepper motor. The rotor is made of ferrite or rare-earth material which is permanently magnetized. The stator stack of phase b is staggered from that of phase a by an angle of 90° elect. When the phase a is […]

Stepper Motor

Stepper Motor: The stepper motor is a special type of synchronous motor which is designed to rotate through a specific angle (called a step) for each electrical pulse received by its control unit. Typical step sizes are 7.5°, 15° or larger. The stepper motor is used in digitally controlled position control systems in open loop […]

Two phase Servomotor

Two phase Servomotor: Two phase Servomotor – For a low-power (a few hundred watts) control application, a 2-phase (balanced) servomotor is ideally suited as it can be driven by means of a relatively rugged (drift-free) ac amplifier. The motor torque can be easily controlled by varying the magnitude of the ac voltage applied to the […]

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