Single Phase Motor Types - How Do They Work? Single Pha […]
Single Phase Motor Types - How Do They Work?
Single Phase Motor Types - There are various different single phase electric motors. You can get single phase electric motors in a variety of sizes and voltage ratings. Shaded magnet motors tend to be very cheap and also generally simple electric motors but they tend to have poor power output and are usually best suited for low power applications. In the split phase motor category you will find several types like bipolar and variable voltage systems with high power output capabilities.
Single Phase AC Motor - Single phase AC motors have two power phases separated by a neutral or winding ground. The purpose of the separation is to reduce magnetic field induced resistance to the state. One of the most common materials used in an AC motor is copper shielded with lead strips which also shield the windings of the coil. One important consideration when using copper shielded conductors is to make sure the ends of the wire are not too close to the stator winding because it tends to induce extra drag on the motor. Another option is to use thicker rods to help insulate the end of the wire.
How do Single Phase Motors Work? Single phase AC motors work on the principle of electrical motors and the way they work is by a simple cause and effect design. To start with a DC motor is connected between terminals and a source of alternating current is produced. The rotation of the stator induces a rotation motion in the metallic core, which in turn pulls a magnet down. This induced motion can be converted into direct current if the metal core is of high enough quality. Since the only motive for the motor is the production of electrical current the turning of the state is solely dependent on the state of the magnets and the AC magnetic field.