A single-stage AC induction electric motor is a brushless engine designed with an individual stator coil. You can expect state-of-art, rugged devices such as for example TRIACs, thyristors and AC switches, allowing engine speeds to end up being regulated in various methods, depending on the price and functionality requirements of the final application.
When a engine with a long term phase-shift capacitor is used, the direction of rotation could be reversed through two AC switches connecting the phase-shift capacitor in series with possibly of both stator windings.
We offer a silent and cost-effective variable speed drive with a forward thinking topology to regulate motor speed. A simple phase-control switch is utilized to vary quickness by changing the motor torque.
Motors designed in accordance with certain requirements of IEC 34 family and relevant harmonized criteria derived within the EEC
External surface hzpt motor ventilation
Aluminium or die-cast aluminium alloy cage rotor
Insulation class F or H
Amount of protection IP55
Unified size and shaft heights from 63 to 100
Power ratings and dimensions relative to IEC 72-1 from 0.12 to 2.2 kW
Over-temperature appropriate for Class B
Ambient temperature + 40°C
Altitude < 1.000 m above sea level