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CV Series Switches for 115 or 115/230 Voltage (VAC) Dual Voltage Capacitor Start Motor - 2

CV Series Switches for 115 or 115/230 Voltage (VAC) Dual Voltage Capacitor Start Motor

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Basic Operation

Capacitor start motor require a method to extract speed data from the voltage across the motor start winding. By comparing the start winding RPM-sensitive voltage with the main AC input voltage (which serves as a reference voltage), the switch determines when the start circuit should be energized. The electronic switch interrupts the start circuit current after the motor has accelerated to the cut out speed, and reconnects the start circuit whenever the motor speed has fallen to cut in speed (usually about 50 % of synchronous motor speed).
2CV Series Switches for 230 Voltage (VAC) Capacitor Start Motor

2CV Series Switches for 230 Voltage (VAC) Capacitor Start Motor

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Basic Operation

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors and capacitor start motors provide continuous voltage sensing information which can be used to extract speed data from the voltage across the motor start (auxiliary) winding. By comparing this start (auxiliary) winding RPM-sensitive voltage to the main AC input voltage (which serves as a reference voltage), the switch determines when the start circuit should be de-energized. The electronic switch interrupts the start circuit current after the motor has accelerated to the cut out speed, and reconnects the start circuit whenever the motor speed has decreased to a preselected cut in RPM level.

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors exhibit current transients and higher ...
2CV Series Switches for 230 Voltage (VAC) Capacitor Start Motor

2VR Series Switches for 230 Voltage (VAC) Dual Voltage Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run Motor

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Basic Operation

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors and capacitor start motors provide continuous voltage sensing information which can be used to extract speed data from the voltage across the motor start (auxiliary) winding. By comparing this start (auxiliary) winding RPM-sensitive voltage to the main AC input voltage (which serves as a reference voltage), the switch determines when the start circuit should be de-energized. The electronic switch interrupts the start circuit current after the motor has accelerated to the cut out speed, and reconnects the start circuit whenever the motor speed has decreased to a preselected cut in RPM level.

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors exhibit current transients and higher ...
VR Series Switches for 115 or 115/230 Voltage (VAC) Dual Voltage Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run Motor - 2

VR Series Switches for 115 or 115/230 Voltage (VAC) Dual Voltage Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run Motor

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Basic Operation

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors provide continuous voltage sensing information which can be used to extract speed data from the voltage across the motor start winding. By comparing this start winding RPM-sensitive voltage to the main AC input voltage (which serves as a reference voltage), the switch determines when the start circuit should be de-energized. The electronic switch interrupts the start circuit current after the motor has accelerated to the cut out voltage (speed), and reconnects the start circuit whenever the speed sensitive circuit senses the motor voltage (speed) has decreased to a preselected cut in voltage (RPM) level.

Capacitor start/capacitor run motors exhibit current ...
IR-Series-for-Instant-Reversing-Vac-Dual-Voltage-Capacitor-Start-Motors

IR Series for Instant Reverse Capacitor Start Motors Only

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Basic Operation

Bidirectional motors - those that can rotate in either direction – are of two classes: 1. Reversing motors , which can change from full speed in one direction to full speed in the opposite direction. 2. Reversible motors , which can be reversed only when the motor is not running, or is running below cut out speed. Some motor manufacturers distinguish between quick reversing and instant reversing. A quick reversing motor requires a time delay of approximately 1/25th of a second or more for the switching circuitry to react. An instant reversing motor requires absolutely no time delay. The standard SINPAC Switch can be used on reversible and reversing motors. The SINPAC IR Series Switch provides ...

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