Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 8

The three windings, or stators, of a three- phase

motor each have a north pole and a south pole. The

stators are equally spaced around a circle.

A schematic of wye connected, dual voltage, three-phase motor

windings shows the numbering method for a/I nine wires.

Constructing a V diagram and numbering the wires on a

dua/-voltage, three-phase motor. The spiral arrow shows the
proper sequence for numbering the ends of the windings.

The high-voltage connection places the windings in series.

Wires 4 and 7 are connected, as are wires 5 and 8, and wires 6 and 9.
Power supply a/ways goes to 1,2, and 3.

The low-voltage connection places the windings in parallel.

There are three wires at each connection, compared to two
wires in the series connection for high voltage.

Identifying terminals by measuring resistance.

A-The common terminal is the one remaining when the highest terminal
pair (run/start) reading is obtained.
B-A reading from Common to Run yields the lowest reading.
C-The Common-to-Start reading falls between the other two.

A zero resistance reading when the ohmmeter

probes are touching the hermetic case and a motor
terminal indicates a short to ground.
The hermetic must be replaced.

An infinite resistance reading when the meter probes are

touching two motor terminals indicates an open winding.
The hermetic must be replaced.