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October 4, 2006

3-Phase motors vs. 1-Phase motors.

Filed under: AC Gearmotors — mota @ 3:13 am

Since 3-phase motors operate on 3-phases, there is no need to use a capacitor to obtain a shift in phases.  One characteristic of 3-phase motors is that they have a much higher starting torque than 1-phase motors.  When there are not any negative torque elements, there is no need for a reversible motor.


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