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Why do we phase an induction motor
To determine the __________ of the windings of an induction motor
Name two methods used to phase an induction motor
What is a resistance
measure of the ability of a device to ___________ the flow of an electric current
What is the advantage of using the low voltage and multimeter method
It is more acceptable, as there cannot be ______ phases when the motor is connected to a three-phase supply. Thus the motor windings cannot be damaged because of excessive current.
Order the following diagrams of trial and error method which explains the procedure or sequence of changing the windings in order to phase the motor correctly and safely
The squirrel cage induction motor can only be phased in delta trial and error method
The star is not preferred because the current flowing through the windings is much lower and unlikely to cause damage to the windings on trial and error method
In order to identify whether the motor is phased out properly current must be measured on each phase