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Re: how deep do the coilers prefer doing it? : )

Original poster: "Christoph Bohr" <cb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hello Dmitry.

( Is this right? Or is it Dimitry? )

> no - cap start/cap run have 2 caps - one connected permanently,
> second - in parralel with the first through switch/relay/any other
> starting device.
Hm, the idea just came in mind, because the motors won't start without
the cap but still run, though nothing gets disconnected when its running.

> what? you mean that even 1/3 can be too much? % )
What I meant was the width of the flat to be 1/3 or 1/4 of the rotor diameter.
Using the values for 1500 or 3000rpm Motors respectively.

> maybe your motors had small starting torque originally - before
> conversion?
Kind Words, but I fear I simply messed it up.
I only had the motor running once, it was 370W 2850RPM and came
from a water pump, compared to the small 6" disk it should really be
able to deal with the load.

Good luck woth your motor, let me know how things develope

best regards

Christoph Bohr