Motor Wiring Diagram of Washer Motor It is from a washi […]
Motor Wiring Diagram of Washer Motor
It is from a washing machine motor Indesit repurposed in a dc operated a motor by watching the original connection we will find that is got 8 pins starting with the tacho coil 8+7 that I showed previously we will not use in this configuration. Moving down 6 is not connected 5+4+3 is the stator connection which looks like a single coil with 2 connection and another additional center tap connection. The last 2+1 pins are the brushes that you will find on the side a carbon road incarcerated in a black plastic cover.
Washing Machine Motor Direct Wire of Washer Motor
Even when used with AC power these types of motors are able to run at arotation frequency well above that of the mains supply, and because most electric motor properties improve with speed, this means they can be lightweight and powerful. However, universal motors are usually relatively inefficient: around 30% for smaller motors and up to 70-75% for larger ones
The connection of this motor for the direct drive using it for a period of time with no controller in low application like a belt sander, electric bike, electric boat, wood splitter and more.
Washer Motor Is Very Useful
Operating at normal power line frequencies, universal motors are often found in a range less than 1000 watts. Their high speed makes them useful for appliances such as blenders, vacuum cleaners, and hair dryers where high speed and light weight are desirable. They are also commonly used in portable power tools, such as drills, sanders, circular and jig saws, where the motor's characteristics work well. Many vacuum cleaner and weed trimmer motors exceed 10,000 RPM, while many Dremel and similar miniature grinders exceed 30,000 RPM.
Universal motors also lend themselves to electronic speed control and, as such, were an ideal choice for domestic washing machines. The motor can be used to agitate the drum (both forwards and in reverse) by switching the field winding with respect to the armature. The motor can also be run up to the high speeds required for the spin cycle. Nowadays, variable-frequency drive motors are more commonly used instead.