Friday, January 31, 2014

Electrical Control Circuit Schematic Diagram of Capacitor Start Motor

typical example of capacitor start motor
Figure 1: Typical capacitor start motor


typical example of oil capacitors
Figure 2: Typical examples of oil capacitors
typical example of electrolytic capacitor
Figure 3: Typical example of electrolytic capacitor
Connection diagram of a capacitor start motor
Figure 4: Connection diagram of a capacitor start motor
Straight-line diagram of a four-pole capacitor-start motor
Figure 5: Straight-line diagram of a four-pole capacitor-start motor
Connection diagram of a four-pole capacitor-start motor
Figure 6: Connection diagram of a four-pole capacitor-start motor
Connection diagram of a non-reversible capacitor-start motor
Figure 7: Connection diagram of a non-reversible capacitor-start motor 
Diagram of a capacitor-start motor using a current relay instead of a centrifugal switch
Figure 8: Diagram of a capacitor-start motor using a current relay instead of a centrifugal switch
Capacitor-start motor with current relay
Figure 9: Capacitor-start motor with current relay
Capacitor-start motor using current relay
Figure 10: Capacitor-start motor using current relay
Capacitor-start motor using a current relay
Figure 11: Capacitor-start motor using a current relay
Capacitor-start motor with current relay and 2 terminal overload protector
Figure 12: Capacitor-start motor with current relay and 2 terminal overload protector
Thermally protected capacitor-start motor with potential relay
Figure 13: Thermally protected capacitor-start motor with potential relay
Capacitor-start motor connected to potential relay and 3 terminal overload protector


Figure 14: Capacitor-start motor connected to potential relay and 3 terminal overload protector
Dual-voltage non-reversible capacitor-start motor

Figure 15: Dual-voltage non-reversible capacitor-start motor
A straight-line diagram of a four-pole two-voltage capacitor-start motor
Figure 16: A straight-line diagram of a four-pole two-voltage capacitor-start motor
Externally reversible dual voltage capacitor-start motor with thermal protector
Figure 17: Externally reversible dual voltage capacitor-start motor with thermal protector
A two-voltage capacitor-start motor connected for clockwise rotation on 115 volts supply
Figure 18: A two-voltage capacitor-start motor connected for clockwise rotation on 115 volts supply
A two-voltage capacitor-start motor connected for counter-clockwise rotation on 115 volts supply
Figure 19: A two-voltage capacitor-start motor connected for counter-clockwise rotation on 115 volts supply
A two-speed capacitor-start motor, this motor always starts on high speed
Figure 20: A two-speed capacitor-start motor, this motor always starts on high speed
A two-speed capacitor-start motor using two capacitors
Figure 21: A two-speed capacitor-start motor using two capacitors

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