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#189026 - 09/16/09 04:12 AM Wye / Delta Motor Starting Schematics
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Wye / Delta Motor Starting Schematics

The following Schematics cover Wye-Delta Reduced Voltage AC Motor Starters.

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Type 1: Open Transition
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Schematic #2 (A): Wye-Delta Open Transition type Starter; Motor Circuitry.

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Schematic #2 (B): Wye-Delta Open Transition type Starter; Control Circuitry.

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Type 2: Closed Transition
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Schematic #3 (A): Wye-Delta Closed Transition type Starter; Motor Circuitry.

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Schematic #3 (B): Wye-Delta Closed Transition type Starter; Control Circuitry.

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