I just recycled this motor and I would like to use it to generate and charge at 60 V. It’s rated at 6350 rpm at 95 V. It's a brushed DC motor. It has two poles.
- Is it possible to remove the two ferrite magnets and replace with a multiple of neodymium magnets to reduce the rpm?
My theory is 2 poles 95 V, 6350 rpm; 4 poles, 95 V, 3175 rpm; 8 poles, 95 V 1588 rpm; 16 poles 95 V, 794 rpm; ...
Is this actually possible?