Question about Heating & Cooling
If you meant 'six' wires... then a small course on motor design would be helpful. Everything needs at least 2 wires to run. Sometimes more are required if several speeds are needed. Also 2 extra wires are needed if a start winding is on only briefly while starting. Some motors require an external capacitor to change the capacitive reactance so as to offset the phase to help create a magnetic push between a stator and a rotor. I could explain a half dozen major motor design theories to you but perhaps another time.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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