The ambient temperature is another factor that has a direct interference in the life of the electric motor and therefore, the environment in which the electric motor is installed should not exceed 40 degrees, because the electric motor insulation are designed to work in a place where the temperature not exceeding 40 degrees.
Fluctuations in voltage also interfere with the life of the electric motor. The electric motor of the balance is changed when the electric motor supply voltage is changed. Thus, a drop in voltage causes the flow of the magnetic circuit is limited and therefore the iron losses and the load current are reduced.
The important thing is that the electric motor torque always supplies the resistive torque so that it prevented the excessive increase in the slip.
When the electric motor is subjected to a voltage supply increasing the effect will be limited, since the load current increases while the load current is decreased.Comments Off on Ambient temperature has a direct interference in the life of the electric motor