A Star to Delta Motor Starter is a device that is used to start the engine of a car.
The starter engages the flywheel’s teeth on the starter ring gear, which spins up the engine using the first or second stage of a four-stroke cycle.
First, pins on the flywheel engage with teeth on the ring gear and spin it up into rotation. Second, when it reaches about 3100 rpm, centrifugal force throws off some of its weight and lightens up its center. Thirdly, when it spins up enough speed to overcome inertia, centrifugal force also throws off pressure from a system of springs that are attached to its outer face - this releases tension and allows movement within the stator windings. Finally, as soon as centrifugal force stops throwing off
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