RUNNING SMALL DC MOTORS WITH PERMANENT MAGNET FIELDS


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RUNNING SMALL DC MOTORS WITH PERMANENT MAGNET FIELDS
10106041011113RUNNING SMALL DC MOTORS WITH PERMANENT MAGNET FIELDSFor our immediate purposes, let us define small DC motors as those about an inch or two in diameter and two to four inches long. The types of motors we will be considering are shown in Figure 14.1. We will use ones that run on 6 to 24 V and draw a couple of amps. The amperage and voltage values have to match the capacity of the amplifiers we have chosen for running the motors. (The 2-axis Xavi…
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Harprit Singh Sandhu: Running Small Motors with PIC Microcontrollers. RUNNING SMALL DC MOTORS WITH PERMANENT MAGNET FIELDS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export