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Old 12-15-2009, 10:00 AM   #151 (permalink)
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I found this motor sitting around in my wood shop. Its off an old dust collector. I like the frame of it, it will easily bolt to the transmission. Any thoughts?

3450 RPM
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Old 12-15-2009, 10:11 AM   #152 (permalink)
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I think I like How heavy?
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Old 12-15-2009, 10:12 AM   #153 (permalink)
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10 HP! geeze. Is it a 3 phase motor? I wonder what sort of short power bursts it could handle. My car's motor is 10 HP continuous, and I can drive all over the place, but it's able to do higher HP for short periods.
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I have a 10HP 3 phase Baldor. 3450 RPM 208-230/460 27-25/12.5A. It weighs about 109 lbs. Its a big motor with alot of power. Its kinda scary with it on the floor under my bench, spinning near my feet. If it ever blew up, I bet it could take out a leg...

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I've a 15hp 415v abb just waiting for a controller! hint hint Still no sign of the igbts paul? 2 weeks tomorrow that i sent them!
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lol, my 22 pound 6hp (15 peak) brushless etek just showed up But that might be another thread. 100 amps continuous, 300 for 1 min.
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I have a 30 HP ABB monster lying around... Dunno what that can output in peak, but I imagine it makes for nice burnouts...
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I've a 15hp 415v abb just waiting for a controller! hint hint Still no sign of the igbts paul? 2 weeks tomorrow that i sent them!
Not yet. Man! What a ripoff! hahaha! I'm also waiting on an isolation transformer from Ebay.

P.S.: Does every one have a giant AC controller (OOPS!!! i MEAN MOTOR!!!) except for me?! Totally not fair!
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Not yet. Man! What a ripoff! hahaha! I'm also waiting on an isolation transformer from Ebay.

P.S.: Does every one have a giant AC controller except for me?! Totally not fair!
DO you mean controller or motor? I wish I had a giant AC controller, or at least parts to build one.

Paul, where are you find schematics for the AC controller? I just looked through a Microchip doc on using a PIC18F but stopped once I found out the third PWM was software developed!

I am wondering what parts I should get my hands on before my semester ends. I have finals this Friday, Saturday, and Monday and I will be able to raid the supply room and grab anything decent, like caps, fets, resistors, IC's, crystals, wire, etc.
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P.S.: Does every one have a giant AC controller (OOPS!!! i MEAN MOTOR!!!) except for me?! Totally not fair!
Actually I have several... One being about the size of an oildrum... No specs on it except effin big, effin heavy and 415V... You can have it, just come pick it up...

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