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An electrical actuator that converts electrical energy into rotational motion or sustained linear motion (linear motor). There are many types of electric motors. If the specific type of motor is known, it is helpful to use or add a more specific tag, such as dc-motor, brushless-dc motor or induction-motor.

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I have a dc motor with the following specifications: Operating Temperature: -10°C ~ +60°C Rated Voltage: 6.0VDC Rated Load: 10 g*cm No-load Current: 70 mA max No-load Speed: 9100 ±1800 rpm Loaded … grams Now, suppose I wanted to use it as a generator. How fast (in RPM's) would this motor need to rotate in order to obtain the rated voltage? What current can I expect at this speed? …
asked Apr 19 '14 by Paul
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I've got an L298N dual H-bridge which I'm using to control two DC motors with an arduino. I want to be able to control the speed of the two motors using PWM. My understanding is that I need to conne …
asked Jan 3 '14 by Paul
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I'm hooking up a small DC motor to an arduino using an NPN transistor using the following diagrams I found online: The circuit works, and I'm successfully able to make the motor run. Now, I'm … seeking to understand why it works the way it does. In particular, I'd like to understand: Why are the diode and capacitor hooked up in parallel to the motor? What role do they serve here? Why …
asked Jan 1 '14 by Paul