Mar 15, 2013
Automatic Star Delta Starter using Relays for Induction Motor
This is a good final year project for Electrical and electronics students on "automatic star delta starter using relays and adjustable electronic timer for induction motor". The assignment is intended to supply low voltage initially to the induction motors. This is acquired by bringing into play star to delta convertor. Star/Delta starters are perhaps the most ordinarily used voltage starters to reduced volts in the 50Hz industrialized motor domain. Star-delta is employed in an endeavor to decrease the initial current supplied to the motor. After that, high voltage current is supplied to the induction motor. You can also subscribe to all our latest project for free through email.
The Star/Delta starter is normally created from 3 contactors; and electro-mechanical regulator and a thermal over-load for running a 3 phase motor at approx 440 volt at AC mains power supply 50 Hz. The intertwining system of all the contactor loops is conventionally cabled in 440 volt AC.
Recommended Project: AC Induction Motor Parameter Measurement & Monitoring
This assignment brings into play a mechanism to initiate a 3 phase motor at 440 volt AC mains power supply 50 Hz with a pair of 12 volt DC relays in star phase primary and then to delta phase by an automatically regulating timer. A pair of relays is employed to transfer the motor links from star to delta with a small delay in time phase. The assignment is provided with 6 lights rather than a 3 phase motor that is, two lights signifying each phase coiling of the induction motor.
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