Faq - 1.1.0 Electric Motors - Technology

How is the active power “P” of a 400V aluminium motor calculated
Which formula is used to calculate the reactive power of a 400V motor?
How is the apparent power “S” of a cast iron three-phase motor calculated?
How is the active power factor cos φ of a 400V cast iron motor calculated?
How are rotors with a feather key balanced on the IP23 electric motors?
What does the IP23 protection class of the electric motor mean?
Is a progressive three-phase motor frequency inverter suitable?
Are progressive electric motors also offered according to UL/CSA?
When is a centrifugal switch/ starting relay used with the 230V motor?
Can the speed of a single-phase motor be controlled with a frequency inverter?
How does the Dahlander circuit work with a pole-changing motor?
How are pole-changing motors connected electrically?
How does the spring-applied brake of the brake motor work?
Which brake rectifiers are used in the standard brake motor?
What does the designation “flameproof enclosure” mean for ATEX motors?
Are ATEX gear motors also built with a brake?
What does the operating mode S6 mean for circular saw motors?
Do circular saw motors have temperature monitoring?
According to which standard are SEVA parallel-shaft gear motors manufactured?
What protection classes and designs do the parallel-shaft gear motors have?
In which cooling types are medium-voltage motors offered?
What are the most common rated voltages of medium-voltage motors?
What are the technical features of stainless-steel motors?
How is a stainless-steel motor connected properly?
What are the advantages of permanently excited DC motors?
Are DC motors also available as special versions?
What are the efficiency classes for electric motors?
How is the advantage of an energy-saving motor calculated?
What do the indications on the motor nameplate mean?
What factors must be kept in mind when assembling an electric motor?
Are electric motors connected in a star or delta configuration?