Resistor Reduced Voltage Starter 60 HZ
The Resistor Reduced Voltage Starter 60 HZ is a reduced-voltage three phase starter that uses one or many resistors in series to start a motor to obtain given torque measures or limited current values. It is equipped with thermal protection facilities, a start-stop push-button station and two pilot lamps indicating respectively the supply, the run state of the motor driven and an adjustable time delay. Used in electrical engineering technology teaching when an AC stator-resistance starter is required, the starter unit is housed in a full-size totally enclosed portable modular unit. Connections to the unit are made through 4 mm standard color-coded, five-way binding posts. This permits the utilization of banana-type jumper leads between the single phase power supply and other components in the circuit. Specifications and/or diagrams are silk-screened on the back of a clear-plastic front panel for ease of identification. The trainer is protected by a either a diode or thermal-magnetic circuit breaker. Requires a 120/208V 60Hz circuit.
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