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  • Permanent Magnet Type
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  • Permanent Magnet (PM) DC Gearmotors and Motors
    increasingly susceptible to permanent demagnetizing forces. Strong armature fields capable of producing permanent demagnetization of the magnets take on greater importance at lower temperatures. Therefore, special attention must be given to overload current conditions including “starting,” “locked rotor
  • Introduction of Magnet
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  • Magnet Comparison
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  • Magnet Coatings
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  • ESCAP (R) Ironless Rotor D.C. Micromotors and Step Motors:
    to the low permeability of the permanent magnet, the magnetic resistance is great enough to allow neglect of the weakening of the stator field due to the rotor current. 4.3 Rotor Assembly. The ironless rotor, in the form of a cylinder, rotates around the magnetic core. In Escape motors, the rotor
  • Composition of a DC Motor
    Motors consist of fixed permanent magnets (the stator) a moving magnet (the rotor) and a metal carcass to concentrate the flux (the motor body). By the attraction of opposite poles and repulsion of like poles, a torque then acts on the rotor and makes it turn. Composition of a DC Motor. Skip
  • Magnetizing Orientation
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