Tag: brushless dc motor

AC Servo Motor vs DC Servo Motor – Difference between AC Servo Motor and DC Servo Motor

AC Servo Motor vs DC Servo Motor – Difference between AC Servo Motor and DC Servo Motor

The main distinction between an AC servo motor and a DC servo motor comes right down to however electricity works. DC or direct current has each a positive and a negative terminal, with the present flowing within the same direction between every terminal. AC or alternating current operates in reverse, wherever the present alternates fifty …

+ Read More

DC Motor vs Universal Motor – Difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor

DC Motor vs Universal Motor – Difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor

Both DC Motor and Universal Motor work the same function of converting electrical energy into mechanical energy. The main difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor works only with DC supply whereas universal motor works with both AC and DC. In this video we will go to learn difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor. …

+ Read More

DC Motor vs Universal Motor – Difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor

DC Motor vs Universal Motor – Difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor

Both DC Motor and Universal Motor work the same function of converting electrical energy into mechanical energy. The main difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor works only with DC supply whereas universal motor works with both AC and DC. In this video we will go to learn difference between DC Motor and Universal Motor. …

+ Read More

Brushless DC Motor (BLDC Motor) – how it works

Brushless DC Motor (BLDC Motor) – how it works

Finally a toy not only for children! At the drives for these rotors high demands are demanded. High rpm but also low maintenance. High efficiency so that the battery pack is not immediately discharged. In fact brushless DC motors are used here. The traditional DC motor has a high rate of wear and tear due …

+ Read More

Brushless DC Motors (BLDCs) Introduction | AO #21

Brushless DC Motors (BLDCs) Introduction | AO #21

On a brushed DC motor we had two wires. Apply a voltage and it’s spins. On abrushless motor, however, we have three wires. So does that mean that they’re power,ground, and signal? [buzzer] Okay maybe it’s forward, reverse, and ground! [buzzer] Okay it’s morecomplicated than that but not by much. In this AddOhms episode, we’re …

+ Read More