An Understandable and Inexpensive Style: A permanent magnetic field strength is created in the stator, or fixed area, of the motor by either irreversible magnets, which prevail in fractional horsepower applications, or electro-magnetic windings, which are made use of in applications that need 5 or more horsepower.
An Easy Design: This equipment is made from three windings in the outside part with a simple turning area, called the rotor. The A/C line voltage causes the blades to turn around the center. Its rate depends on just three points: the fixed number of posts, or electromagnetic winding sets, developed into the electric motor; changeable speed drives, typically called inverters or amplifiers, that alter the frequency of the AC line voltage; as well as the quantity of force or tons on the device. Adjustments in rate are anticipated when the tons changes.