## Monday, February 6, 2023

Universal motor torque and constant speed control circuit

we will discuss the universal washing machine motor constant speed and torque control circuit. This circuit controls the speed and torque of the motor in a washing machine.

This assembly makes it possible to control the speed of a DC motor, or the intensity of several strips of 12 volt LEDs, or even up to 60 watts of incandescent bulbs or 12 volt LEDs.

Basically, it's the twin brother of our LED dimmer presented 2 days ago improved version

DC motors can be found in many portable household appliances, automobiles, and different types of industrial equipment. In this video we are going to understand how DC motors sold in the market work and are made. Let's start with the simplest possible DC motor. It looks like this. The stator provides a constant magnetic field, and the armature, which is the rotating part, is a simple coil. The armature is connected to a direct current source by a pair of collector rings. When current flows through the coil, an electromagnetic force is induced on them, according to Lorentz's law. The reel will therefore begin to rotate.

Universal motor torque and constant speed control circuit

we will discuss the universal washing machine motor constant speed and torque control circuit. This circuit controls the speed and torque of the motor in a washing machine.

This assembly makes it possible to control the speed of a DC motor, or the intensity of several strips of 12 volt LEDs, or even up to 60 watts of incandescent bulbs or 12 volt LEDs.

Basically, it's the twin brother of our LED dimmer presented 2 days ago improved version

DC motors can be found in many portable household appliances, automobiles, and different types of industrial equipment. In this video we are going to understand how DC motors sold in the market work and are made. Let's start with the simplest possible DC motor. It looks like this. The stator provides a constant magnetic field, and the armature, which is the rotating part, is a simple coil. The armature is connected to a direct current source by a pair of collector rings. When current flows through the coil, an electromagnetic force is induced on them, according to Lorentz's law. The reel will therefore begin to rotate.