Question about Dayton Universal Ac/Dc Open Motor 1/5 Hp 10,000 Rpm 115V Rotation 2M139
No . with out getting to complicated the motor is designed to operate at 60hz witch is the frequency the voltage is delevered to you at. A dimmer switch changes voltage (lowering voltage it dims your lights) lowering the voltage to a motor will raise the current (amps) create heat and kill the motor and probable the switch. Good news is you can purchase fairly cheap VF (variable frequency) drives that will do what ever you want word of caution running a motor at 30Hz or less (half speed) the motor will probably require an additonal cooling fan since its internal fan will be turning to slow to be effective
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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