Schematics For: Commutator Type Motors

These schematics are of Commutator (Brush) type AC and DC Motors.

*** Part 1: AC Commutator Motors ***



Fig. 1.1: "Universal" type Compensated Series Connected AC Motor Circuit Diagram

"L1" + "L2" = Motor Input Line Leads,
"1" = Field Winding,
"2" = Brush(es),
"3" = Armature / Commutator,
"4" = Compensating Winding,
"5" = AC Line Input.



Fig. 1.2: Repulsion Motor Circuit Diagram

"L1" + "L2" = Motor Input Line Leads,
"1" = Field Winding,
"2" = Brush(es),
"3" = Armature / Commutator,
"4" = Short Circuited Connection Across Armature Brushes,
"5" = Compensating Winding,
"6" = AC Line Input.



Fig. 1.3: Armature Excited Repulsion Motor Circuit Diagram

"L1" + "L2" = Motor Input Line Leads,
"1" = Variable Ratio Transformer,
"2" = Brush(es),
"3" = Armature / Commutator,
"4" = Short Circuited Connection Across Armature Brushes,
"5" = Compensating Winding,
"6" = AC Line Input.


*** Part 2: DC Commutator Motors ***



Fig. 2.1: Series Connected DC Motor Circuit Diagram

"L1" + "L2" = Motor Input Line Leads,
"1" = Field Winding,
"2" = Brush(es),
"3" = Armature / Commutator,
"4" = DC Line Input.



Fig. 2.2: Shunt, or Compound DC Motor Circuit Diagram

"L1" + "L2" = Motor Input Line Leads,
"1" = Shunt Field Winding,
"2" = Brush(es),
"3" = Armature / Commutator,
"4" = Series Field Winding,
"5" = DC Line Input.

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Posted 09.20.2003 - 23:00:00
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