AC motor / asynchronous / 230 V / with start capacitor
KM 4020/2-300 zab / KM 4020/4-300 zac
with start capacitor, 4-pole, external rotor
Min.: 0.14 Nm (0.1033 ft.lb)
Max.: 0.16 Nm (0.118 ft.lb)
Min.: 19.5 W (0.027 hp)
Max.: 45 W (0.061 hp)
Min.: 1,300 rpm (8,168.14 rad.min-1)
Max.: 2,600 rpm (16,336.28 rad.min-1)
Capacitor motors are available in external and internal rotor designs. The two or four-pole motors of this type feature a simple, robust design. Capacitor motors are versatile in use and suitable for a wide variety of applications.
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The capacitor motor: A proved principle
Capacitor motors are 2- or 4-pole single-phase asynchronous motors with a main winding and an auxiliary winding. To generate a rotary field, the operating capacitor, which is switched in series with the auxiliary winding, attains a phase shift of the main and auxiliary winding. Compared to shaded-pole motors, the capacitor motors feature better efficiency and a higher start-up torque. Capacitor motors include a total of three different models, one with open housing (IP 00), another with semi-open (IP 20) and another with closed motor housing.