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What is Collecting Ring?

Collecting ring is a new technology used to start slip ring motors. It is a combination of a rotor resistance starter and a collector ring that is connected to the rotor. This technology is used to increase the starting torque of the motor and reduce the starting current. The collector ring is connected to the rotor and the rotor resistance starter is connected to the stator. The rotor resistance starter is used to control the starting current of the motor and the collector ring is used to increase the starting torque.

How Does Collecting Ring Work?

The collector ring is connected to the rotor and the rotor resistance starter is connected to the stator. When the motor is started, the rotor resistance starter creates a magnetic field that is applied to the rotor. This magnetic field increases the starting torque of the motor and reduces the starting current. The collector ring is then used to collect the current from the rotor and send it to the stator. This current is used to create a stronger magnetic field that increases the starting torque even more.

Benefits of Collecting Ring

Collecting ring technology has many benefits. It increases the starting torque of the motor, reduces the starting current, and increases the efficiency of the motor. Additionally, it reduces the need for a separate starter motor and reduces the maintenance costs associated with the motor. It also reduces the amount of time needed to start the motor, which can be a great benefit in applications where quick starting is necessary.

Collecting ring technology is a revolutionary way to start slip ring motors. It increases the starting torque of the motor, reduces the starting current, and increases the efficiency of the motor. It also reduces the need for a separate starter motor and reduces the maintenance costs associated with the motor. With the introduction of the rotor resistance starter for slip ring motors, collecting ring technology has become a revolutionary way to start motors.

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