A single-phase AC induction motor is a brushless motor designed with a single stator coil. ST offers state-of-art, rugged devices such as TRIACs, thyristors and AC switches, allowing motor speeds to be regulated in various ways, depending on the cost and performance requirements of the final application.
When a motor with a permanent phase-shift capacitor is used, the direction of rotation can be reversed by means of two AC switches connecting the phase-shift capacitor in series with either of the two stator windings.
ST offers a silent and cost-effective variable speed drive with an innovative topology to control motor speed. A simple phase-control switch is used to vary speed by changing the motor torque.
|STM8S105S4||Mainstream Access line 8-bit MCU with 16 Kbytes Flash, 16 MHz CPU, integrated EEPROM|
|ACST1035-8FP||Overvoltage protected 10 A 800 V AC switch|
|ACST1235-8FP||Overvoltage protected AC switch|
|ACST1635-8FP||Overvoltage protected AC switch|
|T1235H||12 A - 600 V - 150 °C H-series Triacs|
|T1635H||16 A - 600 V - 150 °C H-series Triacs|
|T2035H||20 A - 600 V - 150 °C H-series Triacs|
|T3035H||30 A - 600 V - 150 °C H-series Triacs|
|T835H||8 A - 600 V - 150°C H-series Triacs|