3-phase Reluctance Machine Training Bench
3-phase Reluctance Machines

Reluctance motors constitute a cross between asynchronous and synchronous motors. Due to the special design of the rotor with salient pole construction, the motor is able to operate like an asynchronous motor. Starting at a certain speed, it then locks into synchronous speed with the stator field. Reluctance machines are used, for example, in the textile industry for synchronous despooling of yarn. This involves several motors operating under the control of a frequency converter.

Power Classes Available: 300 W and 1 kW

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Training Concepts:
  • Connecting, wiring and putting into operation
  • Reversing the rotation direction
  • Recording the speed and torque characteristics
Product: 3-phase Reluctance Machine Training Bench
Product Code: EEM 5.3

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