Friday, February 7, 2014

Electrical Control Circuit Schematic Diagram of Two-Value Capacitor Motor

TWO-VALUE CAPACITOR MOTOR

Figure 1: An autotransformer consisting of a coil of wire wound on a laminated core. The coil is tapped at several points to obtain different voltages
Figure 2: A voltage approximately twice the line voltage will be produced across the capacitor with this connection.
Figure 3: A two-value capacitor-run motor using a capacitor transformer to change the effective capacitor value.
Figure 4: A two-value capacitor-run motor using two capacitors.
Figure 5: A two-value capacitor-run motor externally reversible.
Figure 6: A two-voltage two-value capacitor-run motor connected for 115 volt operation
Figure 7: Connections of two-voltage two-value capacitor-run motor for 230 volt operation
Figure 8: Two-voltage two-value reversible capacitor-run motor
Figure 9: A two-unit capacitor
Figure 10: A two-voltage two-value capacitor-run motor with a two-unit capacitor mounted on top. For 230-volt operation, connect running windings in series.
Figure 11: A two-voltage two-value capacitor motor with a capacitor transformer mounted on the motor. For 230 volts, connect running windings in series externally.
Figure 12: A two-voltage two-value capacitor motor with overload device. Lower voltage connection.
Figure 13: Single-voltage two-value capacitor motor with potential relay and 2 terminal overload protector.
Figure 14: Single-voltage two-value capacitor motor with potential relay and 3 terminal overload protector.


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