Questions tagged [brushed-dc-motor]

Anything related to brushed DC motors. Brushed DC motors are electrical machines used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. The conversion is carried out by the interaction of a constant magnetic field generated by fixed magnets or coils with the magnetic field generated by rotating coils which are powered through a mechanical commutator employing brushes to deliver DC current to the moving coils.

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What does the output current rating from an H-Bridge's datasheet really mean?

I bought the H-Bridge VNH7070BAS from ST because it would drive up to 15A, but when I test it, it only reaches 6A and then it shuts down. What does that value really mean? How can I get the output ...
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DC motor armature rewinding

Question about rewinding a brushed DC motor: I've taken apart a DeWalt router to see why I was getting so much sparking (already tried replacing brushes). While testing the resistance between ...
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Brushed motor VS BLDC [closed]

Our brushed DC motor is rated for 3-4 amps and can be overloaded for 8+ amps. We are currently changing the brushed motor for a brushless (BLDC) motor, rated at 3.5 amps. How much can I overload the ...