Submersible Motor Control Box Wiring:
This diagram shows how to make submersible motor control box wiring. In this circuit, we use a main switch, a DPST switch ( Double Pole Single Throw ), an overload protector, a capacitor, and a submersible pump. First, we need to input power to the Main switch, then input the line to the DPST switch and overload like this diagram. Then we need to input connected to the motor and capacitor is like our circuit diagram. If you want to know more about this circuit please check our youtube video below the post.
Components needed For this Project:
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Components used to make the Submersible Motor Control Box Wiring:
The Main Switch is Connected to the live and Neutral Wires. It is Used to Cut the Connections of the Live Wire as well as the Neutral Wire Simultaneously from the Main Supply. The main switch Isolates the Electrical supply from the whole installation so that it can be turned off for Servicing or Maintenance. It also provides overload protection for the mains cables (on newer switchboards) so that they will trip if the cable is Drawing too Much Power.
02. DPST Switch:
Its full name is Double pole single throw. A switch is designed to connect two wires in a line. Such switches have two poles. Both poles are used to open and close the circuit simultaneously. The two poles are connected by a non-conductive material, which has a handle. By turning this handle, two circuits are controlled, one circuit is disconnected and the other circuit is connected. Each Input Terminal connects with 2 output Terminals, and all 4 output Terminals are separate.
Overload Protection is Protection Against a Running Overcurrent That Would Cause Overheating of The Protected Equipment. Hence, An Overload is Also a Type of Overcurrent. Overload Protection Typically Operates on an Inverse Time curve where the Tripping Time Becomes less as the Current Increases. This Overload Protector is an Essential Component for Many Sockets. The Top-Quality Overload Protector can Effectively Protect Electrical Products from Power Surges.
Motor Starting Capacitors are used during the Motor Startup Phase and are Disconnected From the Circuit once the Rotor Reaches a Predetermined Speed, Which is Usually about 75% of the Maximum Speed for that Motor type. These Capacitors Usually Have Capacitance Values Of Over 70 UF. The Starting capacitor creates a Current-to-Voltage lag in the Separate start Windings of the Motor. Starting Capacitors are Wired into The Auxiliary Winding Circuit of the Motor and are Disconnected from the main winding circuit by the Centrifugal Switch once the Motor has Reached a Predetermined Speed.
A Submersible Pump Is an Air-Tight Sealed Motor Close-Coupled to The pump’s body. The Main Advantage of This Type of Pump is That it Prevents Pump Cavitation, a Problem Associated With a High Elevation Difference Between the Pump and the Fluid Surface. Submersible Pumps As The Name Suggests Are made To Be fully Submerged in Water. It is a Centrifugal Water Pump, Meaning It Has a Motor That Powers An impeller Designed to Rotate And Push Water Outwards. The Motor is located Within a Waterproof Seal and is Closely Coupled to The body of The Pump Which it Powers.
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