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Since they can be dependable and cost-effective, VFD's have become the favored method to reach variable rate process.
Air Gap: The space between the stationary and rotating parts of an electric motor.
Surrounding: The atmosphere encircling a motor.
Ampere: A measure of the speed of electron flow (current). It's frequently abbreviated as Amp.
Dysfunction Torque: The maximum torque a motor can grow without experiencing or stalling an abrupt drop in speed.
Brush: The substance in connection with an armature or slip ring assembly providing you with the electric connection between rotating and stationary components of a motor.
Capacitor: A device used to store electric charge.
Commutator: An assembly mounted on the rotating shaft of a DC motor providing you with the changed connections between armature coils and the power supply.
Conductor: Stuff that provide small resistance to the stream of electricity..
Duty Cycle: The connection between the idle time of an electric motor and the operating time.
Eddy Current: Heating and reductions in metals caused by localized currents due to an alternating magnetic flux.
Efficiency: The ratio of mechanical output signal of a motor to the electric input signal power.
Produced or caused voltages in a electric circuit.