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Re: Wiring the entire circuit

Original poster: Jerry White <starcatfisher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Original poster: BunnyKiller

Thanks Scott for the info, It realy helped me understand the differance! Now where can I find a motor that runs @ 1800 rpm? What kinds of aplications are they used in?


Hey Jerry..

an async motor spins at 1750 rpm and therefore doesnt keep up with the sine
wave ( there is a certain amount of rotor slip designed into the motor to
allow it not to keep up with the sine wave)

a sync motor spins at 1800 rpm keeping up with the sine wave of the wall
supply... ( but there are 2 different types of sync motors, one that
starts anywhere and one that starts in the same place every time we like
the one that starts the same place every time)