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131777.00 5Hp 3490Rpm 184 Dp /208-230V 1Ph 6 0Hz Cont Not 40C 1.15Sf C Face C184K34Dc2A

BRAND: Leeson | MODEL: 131777.00 | CONDITION: NEW | SKU: 2526458
131777.00 5Hp 3490Rpm 184 Dp /208-230V 1Ph 6 0Hz Cont Not 40C 1.15Sf C Face C184K34Dc2A

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Electric motors have proved themselves to be among the best creations of all time.Imagine you make it into a large loop, take a span of wire that is normal, and put it between the poles of a strong, permanent horseshoe magnet. If you join a battery and both ends of the wire, the cable will jump up briefly. When you see this for the very first time it is astounding. It is just like magic! But there is a totally scientific explanation. When an electric current begins to creep along a cable, a magnetic field is created by it all. If you put the cable near a permanent magnet, this temporary magnetic field interacts with the field of the permanent magnet. You will understand that two magnets set near one another either attract or repel. In the magnet, the temporary magnetism around the cable attracts or repels the long-term magnetism in exactly the same manner, which's the causes of the cable to leap.

You will find two ways to cure this difficulty. One would be to use a type of electric current that periodically reverses direction, which is called an alternating current (AC). Around the house we use in the sort of small, battery powered motors, an improved alternative would be to add a part called a commutator. (Do not worry about the pointless specialized name: this somewhat old fashioned word "commutation" is a bit like the word "commute". It only means to transform back and forth in exactly the same manner that commute means to go back and forth.) The electric current in the battery connects to the electrical terminals of the motor. In an identical direction, when electricity flows through the circuit, the coil will rotate continuously with the commutator set up.