The single-phase 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:
- Bi-directional drives
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.
- Phase-controlled drives
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.
|ACST1235-8FP||Overvoltage protected AC switch||1.92|
|T835H||High-temperature 8A Triacs||1.42|
|T1235H||High-temperature 12A Triacs||1.76|
|T1635H||High-temperature 16A Triacs||2.21|
|ACST1035-8FP||Overvoltage protected 10 A 800 V AC switch||0.52|
|T3035H||High-temperature 30A Triacs||3.14|
|ACST1635-8FP||Overvoltage protected AC switch||3.22|
|T2035H||High-temperature 20A Triacs||2.32|