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  • Electrical testing of aluminum rotor

    There is a rotor which is made up of a single piece of aluminum bar(not the wire wound rotor)and can be found on some capacitor start motor.
    My problem is this:Should there be continuity when one uses a tester by putting one lead of the tester to the rotor shaft and the other to the aluminum part/body of the rotor?(assuming that the tester function/range switch is at the proper ohms scale).
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Electrical testing of aluminum rotor

    No electrical properties to it. There are steel plates in the aluminum that react to the magnetic field created by the stator(windings)
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