induction frequency converter

induction frequency converter

[in′dək·shən ′frē·kwən·sē kən‚vərd·ər]
(electricity)
Slip-ring induction machine which is driven by an external source of mechanical power and whose primary circuits are connected to a source of electric energy having a fixed frequency; the secondary circuits deliver energy at a frequency proportional to the relative speed of the primary magnetic field and the secondary member.
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5) Adjustable frequency power source provided by a synchronous generator or induction frequency converter.