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110 volt, 3ph. Belt Driven Generator


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Old 07-24-2018, 06:02:49 PM
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NOS, The data about cap connections was from both printed manuals on the subject matter. Nigel Smith's book and J.M Chapallaz's book which predates Nigel's work and forms the basis for the later simplified works of Nigel Smith.

J.M Chapallaz's book can be downloaded from SKAT Engineering Services. http://skat.ch/book/manual-on-induct...ors-volume-10/

Nigel Smith's Book. http://www.fastonline.org/CD3WD_40/J...0UK%201994.pdf

The only fully developed available on the web controller I can find thus far. http://www.microhydropower.net/mhp_g...humb_main.html

Robert
Intersting stuff.

I read part of the cap connection, its news to me, but that does not mean I know it all.
I only ever had one type of Capacitor for correction at work.
The one we were given and they were connected however manufactured.
With this new information I will question this the next time engineers give us a job like that.
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What a neat machine and also a great thread! Some really good information here guys!
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