Direct Online DOL Motor Starter Panel
Emax Control is a system integrator specializing in Direct Online DOL Motor Starter Panel Malaysia.
There are many ways to run an AC Induction motor and Direct Online DOL remains one of a popular and cost effective methods to start the motor. For more information on motor controllers, feel free to visit the Wikipedia page.
DOL panels are simple and relatively cheap but lacks the advantages of an inverter or variable speed drive. For example, the Schneider ATV310 comes with the following motor protection built-in:
- Motor overload/overcurrent
- Motor short circuit
- Output phase loss (cable disconnected)
- Input phase loss
- Ground short circuit
- and many more…
An inverter or variable speed drives also greatly reduces the inrush current or current spike and this is important if frequent start/stops are required. Inrush current can contribute to increased energy consumption from a typical motor.
The front panel of a typical Direct Online DOL Motor Starter Panel:
A DOL panel is considered the most common way to drive a small motor. Once a run signal is received, the contactors close and the motor is connected directly to the mains. As an added protection, a thermal overload module is also installed at each contactors.
All terminal blocks are labelled for easy and fast installation/troubleshooting.
Our typical panels comes with an internal AOM switch to prevent protection against unauthorized operation. An optional key lock provides an additional level of security against unintended operations.
All starter components comes with a clear and easily identifiable sticker on their respective control breakers and control circuits are fused for added protection against short circuit. A row of control relays are clearly labelled for easy maintenance or replacement.
As a specialist in Direct Online DOL Motor Starter Panel Malaysia, Emax Control is well equipped with technical experts as well as know-how for all DOL motor applications.
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