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   Type       
   Your choices are...         
   AC Motor Coil       AC motor coils are intended to be used in alternating current (AC) motors. These may include single / multiphase, universal, servo, induction, synchronous, and gearmotor types. 
   DC Motor Coil       Coils are intended to be used in a direct current (DC) style motor. DC motors are configured in many types and sizes, including brushless, servo, and gearmotor types. 
   Linear Motor Coil       Coils are intended to be used in linear motors. Linear motors generate force only in the direction of travel. These motors apply thrust directly to a load, and do not require any intermediate mechanism to convert rotary motion into linear motion. Linear motors are capable of extremely high speeds, quick acceleration, and accurate positioning 
   Rotary Motor Coil       Coils are intended to be used in a rotary style motor. This is the most common type of motor and may include servo, induction, synchronous, brushless, and gearmotors. 
   Stepper Motor Coil       Coils are intended to be used in stepper motors. Stepper motors use a magnetic field to move a rotor. Stepping can be done in full step, half step, or other fractional step increments. 
   Other       Other unlisted coil type 
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Performance
   Continuous Current:       Continuous current refers to the maximum rated current that can be supplied to the motor coil windings without overheating. 
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   Current per Phase:       Current phase refers to the maximum rated current per phase or winding for a motor coil. 
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   Terminal Voltage:       Design motor voltage. 
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   Watts       Watts is the power the coil is rated at. 
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   Magnetic Field Strength       The strength of the magnetic field created by the coil. 
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   Inductance       The inductance of the coil. 
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   AC Frequency/Phase:       
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   50 Hz       International voltage levels, such as those common in Asia and Europe, and includes all 50Hz power. 
   60 Hz       60Hz power (North America). 
   400 Hz       Motors and other components using 400Hz power are primarily used for aerospace applications. 
   Single Phase       Standard commercial and residential power is single-phase power, meaning one sinusoidal or other alternating voltage pattern. 
   Three Phase       Three-phase power contains three simultaneous sinusoidal or other alternating voltage patterns, typically 120° out of phase with each other. Higher power efficiency and smoothness of operation is possible with three-phase operation. Three-phase power is most typically used for industrial or high power motors. 
   Other       Unlisted frequency or phase motor. 
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Construction
   Coil Construction       
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   Armature Coil       In armature constructions, the coil is contained in the rotating part of the motor. 
   Stator Coil       In stator constructions, the coil is contained in the stationary part of the motor. 
   Compound Wound       Compound wound motors are designed with both a series and shunt field winding. They are often used when the primary load requirement is heavy, and starting torque and adjustable speed is not required. They can exhibit speed variation from no-load to full-load. Applications include elevators, hoists, and industrial shop equipment. 
   Coreless / Slotless       Coreless and slotless motors incorporate a cylindrical winding that is physically outside of a set of permanent magnets.  The winding is not held by a slotted iron cage, but is laminated together. In a slotless motor, the magnets attached to the rotor rotate, while the windings in a coreless motor rotate around the permanent magnet stator. 
   Disc Armature       Disc armatures are flat, pancake-shaped rotors that are driven by an axially, rather than radially, aligned magnetic field. The thin construction of these armatures can result in low inertia with resulting high acceleration. 
   Edgewound Coil       Edgewound coils are wrapped around the edge of a form with an open center. 
   Series Wound       Series wound motors exhibit high starting torques for permanently attached loads. They are frequently used in heavy industrial applications. 
   Shunt Wound       Shunt wound motors exhibit minimum speed variation through load range, and can be configured for constant horsepower over an adjustable speed range. Frequent applications for shunt wound motors include machine tools, fans, and blowers. 
   Other       Unlisted motor construction. 
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   Material       
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   Alloy       The motor coil is made of an alloy such as copper or aluminum based alloys, or alloys of brasses and bronzes.  
   Aluminum       The motor coil is made of aluminum 
   Copper       The motor coil is made of copper 
   Other       The motor coil is made of some other unlisted material 
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Environment Full required ranged of ambient operating temperature.
   Operating Temperature:       Full required range of operating temperature. 
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