This IP68 Motor consists of two magnets facing the same direction, around the rotor, around the two coils in the middle of the brush DC motor. The coils are positioned to face the magnets, causing current to flow to them. This creates a magnetic field that eventually pushes the coils away from the magnet they face and rotates the rotor. The current is turned off at the rotor and rotated 180 degrees so that each rotor faces the opposite magnet.Send InquiryChat Now
1. This IP68 Motor consists of two magnets facing the same direction, around the rotor, around the two coils in the middle of the brush DC motor. The coils are positioned to face the magnets, causing current to flow to them. This creates a magnetic field that eventually pushes the coils away from the magnet they face and rotates the rotor. The current is turned off at the rotor and rotated 180 degrees so that each rotor faces the opposite magnet. When the current is turned back on, the current flows in the opposite direction, sending another pulse, causing the rotor to rotate again. The brush located in the brush DC motor is turned off by the current transmitted from the rotor when indicated.
2. IP68 Motor has two terminals. When a voltage is applied across the two terminals, the proportional speed is output to the shaft of the brushed DC motor. The brushed DC motor consists of two parts: the stator comprises a housing, a permanent magnet and a brush, and the rotor consists of an output shaft, a winding and a commutator. The brushed DC motor stator is stationary while the rotor rotates relative to the brushed DC motor stator. When the brushed DC motor rotor winding is energized, the polarity of the winding and stator magnets are misaligned and the brushed DC motor rotor rotates until it is almost aligned with the stator magnet. When the brushed DC motor rotor is aligned, the brush in the brushed DC motor moves to the next commutator contact and energizes the next winding. This causes the current to reverse, causing the windings and the brushed DC motor stator magnets to be misaligned again. Repeating this process is the reason for rotating the brushed DC motor.
3. IP68 Motor's key component is a device called a carbon brush that conducts current between a fixed wire and a moving part. In order for the brushed DC motor to work, the coil of the brushed DC motor rotor must be connected to complete the actual circuit. To this end, the slip ring is attached to the shaft of the brushed DC motor and the brush is connected to the ring for conducting current. Carbon brushes have great utility when operated under the right conditions. It tends to provide excellent service life and performs excellent functions for your brushed DC motor. It is suitable for many applications. Most commonly, it can be used in home applications. It can also be found in the industrial sector because it is versatile in changing the torque to speed ratio.
500rpm～15000rpm for option