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U Kaz
08/26/05 02:20
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#100120 - motor specs
Responding to: Russell Bull's previous message
Russell Bull said:


No insult intended, but when you asked whether to switch the active or neutral tends to suggest your skill in electronic design is probably at the level of selecting a suitable relay.



Firstly many thanks for a detail reply, I would not call myself an expert in electronics either, I am basically a mechanical engineer but in this particular job I have to use electronics as a tool to achieve the goal. I hope this forum does not mind people like me who do not have brilliant knowledge in electronics. I am working hard to learn and I hope that this forum could also help me to become more competent in electronics.


At no point have you told us anything about the motor. I'm assuming something that draws a few amps - if its a little fan motor - then use a triac!


its a single phase AC motor, power = 0.75KW. It has to drive fairly large load and the current do tends to go high. the normal specs of motor are

50Hz 220-240V AC
power = 0.75KW, 0.50HP
Current = 2.9A

I guess this clarifies things more

Regards
Kaz

List of 23 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
What is a safer?      U Kaz      08/25/05 01:52      
   Think about it      Russell Bull      08/25/05 02:34      
   hmmmm      U Kaz      08/25/05 03:24      
      Why not just use a relay?      Russell Bull      08/25/05 03:30      
         Agree but....      U Kaz      08/25/05 03:37      
            Hmm...      Andy Neil      08/25/05 04:08      
         Relay      Andy Neil      08/25/05 04:13      
      philips      Abhishek Singh      08/25/05 09:47      
   No buts      Russell Bull      08/25/05 05:54      
      Is it rocket science then?      U Kaz      08/25/05 06:09      
         What's non-ideal?      Andy Neil      08/25/05 06:49      
            even with a triac you still need a relay      Erik Malund      08/25/05 07:08      
            Relays      U Kaz      08/25/05 07:57      
               the life of a relay      Erik Malund      08/25/05 08:17      
                  Try this      Steve M. Taylor      08/25/05 09:53      
                  Contactors      Russell Bull      08/26/05 01:54      
                     motor specs      U Kaz      08/26/05 02:20      
                        Mechanical things      Russell Bull      08/26/05 03:37      
                     Yebbut      Steve M. Taylor      08/26/05 05:30      
               Use the math Luke      Neil Kurzman      08/25/05 10:00      
   Dumbass customers      Russell Bull      08/26/05 02:15      
      War Stories - New Thread?      Andy Neil      08/26/05 05:49      
         Since Craig is adept at moving posts, I'      Erik Malund      08/26/05 07:41      

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