Electric Motor Troubleshooting
What could be a reason for an electric motor to stop running?Some of the reasons for this to happen are if either the bearings on the motor or compressor are worn out or if the winding on the motor is faulty. Another possibility is if the pressure gauge is faulty or in the “on” position, the motor will be getting increasing pressurized and may stop functioning at a certain point.
How do I wire a Brook Crompton Betts Electric motor the specifications for which are : volts 240/220, watts 370, amps 3.7/ 3.6, rpm 1441, type csir, duty s1, class 6130, volts 250/150, Hz 50/60, model #2037P4LM06 and manufactured 27 Nov.95?If you run it on 220 volt plug with a 15 amp circuit, it should be fine but be careful about overloading the motor.
Can a 230v single phase electric motor wired to a three- phase system work simply by using 2 of the 3 phases?A 230 volt motor connects to any 2 phase conductors of a 3 phase system and usually the neutral is not used. In order to connect the power, a 2-pole breaker is used. In the event of the 3 phase having a high leg delta it should be alright. Any 2 phases will be 240 volts or 208 volts depending on the power system.
How can I hook up an electric motor which is a 1 ½, 22O-440 volts and has three terminals? Is it possible to convert it into a 120 volt motor?A motor which has the above voltage parameter cannot be changed to 12If your motor is 220 440, then you cannot change it to 120v. The numbering on the wires and the number of leads should help set the motor up for 220 or rather, (three phase) 208 volts, which can be possible only with the help of a converter is on 120v. However, converters are expensive and you will be better of returning the motor and getting a new one.
What is the difference between a 220 volt single-phase outlet and a 220 volt three-phase outlet?There is no 220 volt three-phase outlet. It could either be a 208 three phase one or a 220 volt singe-phase one. With three-phase, there are three hot leads which are at 120 degrees out of phase with each other but with single-phase 220 volt there are only two hot leads which are 180 degrees out of phase with each other.
I need to change the settings on an electric motor on a table saw from 220 volt to 110 volt. The power line is black and white with a green ground. It goes to a connection with red and yellow and black and white. There are also two white wires and two black ones where one black one is from the motor and the other from the power source and ditto with the white wires. How are they supposed to be connected together?All you need to do is to connect the black one to the corresponding black wire , and similarly, the white one connected to the white. Connect the red line to the yellow and the green ground would go to the grounding point.
Since there are a variety of electric motors for different uses, one can always make a mistake in setting up a motor or doubts may arise as to whether one has the right kind of motor for the appliance to work. When in doubt you can always clarify them by asking Experts who are available.