„The lot is more than the sum of its parts; also true for multiplication!“
All our emulators can be ordered with either three- or six-phase motor models. Three-phase systems have become standard in the long history of the electric motor, as they can produce a homogeneous rotating field with the least amount of effort.
The seemingly inseperable
Increasing demands today have produced an interesting variant: six-phase machines consisting of two galvanically isolated and electrically rotated three-phase systems at any angle. Such systems offer a number of advantages: The current load of the individual phases decreases, which means that simpler components can be used or the performance of the machine can be increased. Redundancy ensures the continued operation of the motor if a subsystem fails. In addition, the harmonic behavior and efficiency of the motor are improved by a more uniform rotating field.