Brushless motors are synchronous electric motors that have a magnetically (AC induction) or electronically (DC) controlled commutation system instead of a brush-based mechanical commutation system.
Brushed motors are used in many applications, but have an important disadvantage in that the brushes wear out. Brushed motors also limit the speed of the motor, and the sparking from making and breaking connections creates electrical noise. In addition, the position of the electromagnet on...
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