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shaded-pole motor (Ac single phase) speed reduction

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Hello,
I use a diode to reduce the speed of the AC "shaded-pole motor". but there are some issues:
"noise" and "vibration" of the motor has been increased. ( there is hum voice )
is this vibration and noise damage the motor?
thanks.
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Hi

We don't know how you used the diode. Nor do we know the type of motor or voltages or currents.

A simple hand drawn schematic should show all this.

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Hi

We don't know how you used the diode. Nor do we know the type of motor or voltages or currents.

A simple hand drawn schematic should show all this.

Klaus

Thanks. this is my schematic:
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Hi,

Please give a link to the datasheet of "Universal diode". ;-)

Generally it is no good idea to run an inductive device (motor, valve, transformer...) that is designed for pure AC on DC (or AC + DC). Otherwise the magnets (inductor core) gets saturated and causes high current, and high dissipated power (heat).

A better solution could be to use two anti series connected Zeners to reduce both half waves symmetrically. Mind the dissipated heat. For sure a resistor in series could work, too, but with less motor torque...

Often used: Triac phase control. (Dimmer).

Klaus
 
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Hi,

Please give a link to the datasheet of "Universal diode". ;-)

Generally it is no good idea to run an inductive device (motor, valve, transformer...) that is designed for pure AC on DC (or AC + DC). Otherwise the magnets (inductor core) gets saturated and causes high current, and high dissipated power (heat).

A better solution could be to use two anti series connected Zeners to reduce both half waves symmetrically. Mind the dissipated heat. For sure a resistor in series could work, too, but with less motor torque...

Often used: Triac phase control. (Dimmer).

Klaus
I meant that any type of 4000 series like 1n40002 :LOL::D
thanks a lot for the reply.
:)🌸
 

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Your image shows universal motor, not shaded pole motor.
Shaded pole motors do not have brushes
No brushes in the photo! It looks very much like a standard shaded pole induction motor.
 
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