Club Bulletin

Club Bulletin

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Alternating current motors are more complicated to explain but their electric circuit is made and broken by the alternations of the current from ... When set up according to the diagram, it will be noted that the repulsion-induction (known as an R-I type motor) will operate with a six-ampere fuse. ... The 20-pound load which was handled nicely by the R-I motor is too much for the split-phase motor to start.

Title:Club Bulletin
Publisher: - 1929

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