HV Wound Rotor Induction Motors

Meeting and exceeding standards in challenging applications

The wound rotor induction motor has some distinct application advantages. Historically, it has been used for hard-to-start, high inertia fans, or where power system requirements demand a soft start. With a liquid rheostat, or a static secondary speed control, the wound rotor is an important alternative drive where limited range adjustable speed is required.

Features & Benefits:

  • Air or water cooled
  • Smooth start-up capability
  • Low starting current machines available
  • Efficiency and cost savings: Power factor correction capabilities help improve performance and reduce operating expenses
  • Reduced maintenance requirements
  • High reliability
  • Flexibility: Available horizontal or vertical. Anti-friction or sleeve bearings

Induction Motors

Power Conversion’s Induction Motors offer lower weight and inertia advantages. Requiring little maintenance, Induction Motors can be used in almost all applications requiring high reliability and robust performance.
Power Conversion’s Medium Voltage Induction Motors offer lower weight and inertia advantages as well as lower maintenance costs for applications requiring high reliability.
Power Conversion’s range of High Speed Motors provides high quality and reliability with low maintenance and long life.
Power Conversion’s Flameproof Induction Motors have an ATEX certification and provide a high level of reliability and safety with a highly developed enclosure.
Power Conversion’s Large Slow Speed Marine Motors offer lower weight and inertia advantages. Requiring little maintenance, Induction Motors can be used in almost all applications requiring high reliability and robust performance.