Before you download the manual and we can say the team at our disposal strongly recommends it, we’d be happy to provide an overview of the facts you should consider while reading the material. This means that you will benefit from the complete guide to WEG electronic motors.
We start by quickly explaining to you how electric motors or another model can be used using the alternating or direct current (AC) and direct current (DC). DC motors first came into existence and went with a variety of advantages as well as disadvantages. Every type of motor functions differently; however, they all rely on an electromagnetic field. We’ll discuss the fundamental principles behind electromagnetic fields present in motors before we move on to the different kinds of engines.
AC electric motors utilize primary and secondary windings (magnet). The primary winding is connected to AC mains (or directly to the generator) and then energized. The secondary draws the energy of the primary without touching it now. This is accomplished by using the complicated process called induction.
Different types of AC electric motors
To give you an overall notion, we’ll discuss the most essential electric motors are used in the present-day industries:
Universal motor (can make use of DC as well as AC)
Shaded Pole Motors
The majority of the fundamental parts are found in electric motors
There are various kinds of electric motors; however, generally, they share the same components. Every engine has the stator, a permanent magnet (as illustrated in the ‘universal motor’ image above), or coiled wires with insulated conductors (an electromagnet like in the picture on the right).
The rotor is situated between the two (most often), protected by the magnetic field produced by the stator. The rotor rotates when its poles are drawn and dispelled by the stator’s poles.
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