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A common actuator in robotics; it's usually made of a static magnet (stator) and a set of moving inductors, acting as electromagnets, connected to the circuit through brushes. Brushless motors use phased clocks with electronic circuitry to generate motion.

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In general it is better, for several reasons: reduced iron losses reduced brush temperature reduced motor size reduced noise increased lifetime My source is ST Application Note 422. This is quite …
answered Apr 17 '17 by replete
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It sounds like you want a torque motor. These can run indefinitely while stalled.
answered May 6 '17 by replete
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An "80mAh motor" sounds rather unusual. Are you sure that's what you meant? A datasheet for the motor would be useful, but I'll assume you want to maintain 3V across it. For a constant speed you ne …
answered Mar 28 '17 by replete