[TCML] asynch to synch motor?
bunnikillr at cox.net
Thu Sep 10 17:32:27 MDT 2009
converting a motor that runs approximately 1700 ( 1720??) to 1800 rpm
requires that you grind flat surfaces on the rotor ( the spinning part)
to a certian width ( normally 4 of them 90 degrees apart). Once that is
done ( correctly) the motor normally runs at 1800 RPM.
There is plenty of references on this topic in the Tesla List
Archives...who knows, you may just find the exact measurements for your
motor flats widths...
mike osipowicz wrote:
>hey guys, I finished my asynchronous rotary gap with descent results, worse then the static gap, but that was expected... Ive noticed my motor can rotate in its mount, it is a drill press motor, does anyone have any experience with converting to synchronous? if I did convert it, would I need any special control box? thanks.
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