I have been asked a question on motor rotation dose anyone know of a test the can tell the direction a motor will rotate when it is conected to a 3 phase supply with a known phase rotation (motor leads not marked)the question was asked to aviod starting large drive the wrong direction when connected to gear boxes with roll back protection
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