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Re: synchronous motor
Original poster: penny831@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Speaking of Synchronous motors, can anyone advise me on how to hook
up a teletype motor? It has two black leads and two red ones as well
an additonal two black ones for a capacitor I believe. I also need to
find a good value for the starter capacitor. Any advise????
>From: Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Jan 29, 2007 1:09 AM
>Subject: Re: synchronous motor
>Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
>Original poster: "D.C. Cox" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>I have a few --- $45 each. They are not hysteresis synch type
>which means that sometimes you have to throw the switch on/off 2 or 3
>times before they go into sync but they will sync up. We usually
>bring up the variac to 30% to check spark output ---- if it's normal
>then crank the variac up to the desired setting as the rsg is in
>synch. If out of sync the output is considerably less.
>We use these motors with a 1/4 inch thick x 7.25 inch dia. type LE or
>CE phenolic disk for the rotors and 3/16 inch tungsten rod for the
>That sure sounds like a pain in the other side of your lap.....with
>all your resources, you don't have a vendor for easy-to-get rotory
>gap motors? If not, I'd go with the DC charging circuit design.
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