single-phase motor

single-phase motor

[′siŋ·gəl ¦fāz ′mōd·ər]
(electricity)
A motor energized by a single alternating voltage.
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The first single-phase motor starting strategy is embodied in the shaded pole motor, and the second in the permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor which, between the two, represent the vast majority of singlephase HVAC motors in use in HVAC applications.
They include a Deluxe Pump with 60-feet shut off head and a 110 volt, single-phase motor.
The MMG Mini-Mag precision linear motor tables are now available in aluminum-based versions with an optional single-phase motor to reduce controller complexity, system footprint, and cost.
Standard drive configurations include integral gear motor, C-face gear reducer or C-face gear reducer with TEFC, explosion proof or single-phase motor.
5-hp heavy-duty bandsaw with magnetic motor brake, features a 220V single-phase motor, a built-in magnetic motor brake that stops the blade in less than 3 seconds and an optional extension table with support.
3]/hr and comes standard with a single-phase motor for easy electrical connection.
AEG Electric Motors has developed a new single-phase motor for the drive of small, oil-lubricated slide vane rotary vacuum pumps that provides the manufacturer with a technically improved and cost-efficient solution to its cold-start condition requirements.
Referred to as the PIC18F2439/2539/4439/4539 product family, these devices feature a sophisticated single-phase motor control peripheral that provides a quick-to-market solution for designers trying to simplify motor control integration into their designs.
The PLC drives a single-phase motor that is used to maintain the gap, which can be adjusted for different types of biscuit material being processed.
The availability in aluminum-based versions with an optional single-phase motor to reduce controller complexity, system footprint, and cost,
They include a Deluxe Pump with 60-foot shut off head and a 110-volt, single-phase motor.

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