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RPM 750, power factor 0. 8 and overload relay of starter is put before motor. How to determine motor torque and speed requirements? Jignesh Parmar has completed M. He is Presently associate with one of the leading business group as a Deputy Manager at Ahmedabad,India.
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Where can I find the required magnetic contactor size for a motor given the motor current or HP? We are going to manu. 2HP single phase monoset pump for agriculture purpose. I have a question for you. Pls I want to know why you chose motor starting torque to be 3x full load current. Please support me to select fuse size for 3 phase motor with LRA 11.
3A and how to calculat it? Why it will not blow? How will you calculate the contactor, circuit breaker, thermal overload and size of power cable and control cable for DOL starter when u are give a 3KW induction motor. Why the power factor is not included in the calculation although it has been give in the details? Click here to cancel reply.
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