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To Step Down Voltage From 11 Kv To 415 V

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#1 Simarpreet Singh

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 12:51 PM

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I came cross a special device consisting of an electronic card firing a series of transistors which themselves are connected to the stator windings. The rotor of the motor is connected to a series of resitors through a series of contactors. I am told that when powered, the motor ramped slowly to rated speed similar to a soft starter. This application is used on a hoist unit.This is a japanese invention according to the description I can read on the box.
This equipment is now faulty and literature is unavailable.

Any guess on this technology?


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Posted 22 February 2008 - 06:57 PM

Hello Simarpreet Singh

You use a transformer to step down from 11 KV to 415 Volts.

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