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Conexiones Externas en los Motores Eléctricos Trifásicos

En Español


Presentado por Carlos Ramirez, EASA Technical Support Specialist

La conexión incorrecta de los motores eléctricos es una causa frecuente de fallo y es más común de lo que parece. La falta de información y la mala interpretación de los datos de placa son algunas de sus causas. En este webinario se explican los diferentes tipos de conexiones para los motores eléctricos trifásicos de una o varias velocidades con al menos 6 cables de salida y se comparan las equivalencias NEMA e IEC para el marcado de cables. La información proporcionada también será de gran utilidad para evitar el conexionado incorrecto en los diferentes voltajes. También incluye las conexiones por devanado partido (Part Winding) y como interpretar la información de la conexión de la placa de datos.

El webinar incluye:

  • Conexiones Estrella y Delta (“Triángulo”)
  • Conexiones para motores de una sola velocidad con al menos 6 cables de salida
  • Conexiones para motores de dos velocidades con al menos 6 cables de salida
  • Conexiones para Devanado Partido (Part winding)
  • Equivalencias NEMA e IEC para el marcado de cables  
  • Interpretación de la información de la conexión de la placa de datos

Este webinario es útil para supervisores, personal encargado de realizar pruebas y responsables del centro de servicio.

Three-Phase Motor External Connections

Misconnection of electric motors is a common cause of failure, and it’s more common than it seems. The lack of information and an incorrect interpretation of the nameplate information are some of its causes. This webinar will explain different connections that can be used in three-phase motors with 6 or more leads single-speed or multi-speed comparing NEMA and IEC labeling methods. Information provided will also be useful for avoiding misconnections at different voltages and includes part winding connections and nameplate information interpretation.

The webinar will include:

  • Wye and delta connections
  • 6 and more leads single-speed connections
  • 6 and more leads two-speed connections
  • Part winding connections
  • NEMA and IEC marking equivalents
  • Nameplate information interpretation
This webinar will be useful for service center managers, supervisors and test technicians.

 

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Notice before seminar Service charge
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1 to 3 weeks 30%
Less than 1 week 50%
 

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