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10 CONTROL OF MACHINES

10 CONTROL OF MACHINES

10 CONTROL OF MACHINES 10 CONTROL OF MACHINES A has started . It should however be possible to stop the motor independently . The first step would be to develop the starters of motor...

10 . 2 TROUBLE SPOTS

10 . 2 TROUBLE SPOTS

10 . 2 TROUBLE SPOTS 10 . 2 TROUBLE SPOTS As it is impractical, if not impossible to list all the trouble spots, only those trouble spots have been discussed in which the troubles...

10 . 2 . 7 Grounding

10 . 2 . 7 Grounding

10 . 2 . 7 Grounding 10 . 2 . 7 Grounding We can have two types of control supply, one is with neutral grounded and the other without grounding. Each has its own...

10 . 2 . 8 Momentary Faults

10 . 2 . 8 Momentary Faults

10 . 2 . 8 Momentary Faults 10 . 2 . 8 Momentary Faults Sometimes faults occur but do not persist for a long time. It becomes really difficult to locate the origin of...

10 . 2 . 3 Faulty Contacts

10 . 2 . 3 Faulty Contacts

10 . 2 . 3 Faulty Contacts 10 . 2 . 3 Faulty Contacts This trouble occurs in such components as motor starters, contactors, relays, push buttons, and various types of switches. The most...

10 . 2 . 6 Low Voltage

10 . 2 . 6 Low Voltage

10 . 2 . 6 Low Voltage 10 . 2 . 6 Low Voltage If the system voltage becomes low, relays, contactors, timers etc. start dropping (getting deenergised) and as a result control circuit...

10 . 2 . 1 Fuses

10 . 2 . 1 Fuses

10 . 2 . 1 Fuses 10 . 2 . 1 Fuses It should be the first spot to be checked but very often this is overlooked. One of the trouble at this spot...