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The Hilarious Guide to DC Motor Stators


Title: The Hilarious Guide to DC Motors Stators

Are you ready to dive into the electrifying world of DC Motors with a twist of humor? Buckle up as we explore the ins and outs of DC Motors stators, brought to you by the one and only Jkongmotor!

So, what exactly is a DC Motor made of? Well, it consists of two main parts: the stator and the rotor. The stator, the stationary part of the motor, plays a crucial role in generating the magnetic field essential for motor operation. It comprises components such as the motor base, main magnetic poles, commutating poles, end caps, bearings, and brush assemblies.

Let's break down the key components of the stator:

  1. Main Magnetic Poles: The main magnetic poles are responsible for creating the air gap magnetic field. Made up of a main magnetic pole core and an excitation winding, these poles are crafted by stacking and riveting silicon steel plates of 0.5mm to 1.5mm thickness. The pole consists of a pole body and a pole shoe, with the excitation winding wound around the pole core. The entire assembly is securely fastened to the motor base using screws.

  2. Commutating Poles: Commuted to making things smoother, the commutating poles help in reducing sparking between the brushes and the commutator during motor operation. Positioned between two adjacent main magnetic poles, the commutating poles consist of a pole core and a winding. The number of commutating poles matches the number of main magnetic poles.

  3. Motor Base: The outer casing of the motor stator is known as the motor base. It serves two purposes: to secure the main magnetic poles, commutating poles, and end caps, providing support and stability to the entire motor, and to act as a part of the magnetic circuit, forming a magnetic yoke between the magnetic poles. To ensure the motor base has sufficient mechanical strength and good magnetic conductivity, it is typically made of cast steel or welded steel plates.

  4. Brush Assembly: The brush assembly is responsible for introducing or extracting DC voltage and current. It comprises brushes, brush holders, brush rods, and brush rod seats. The brushes are housed in the brush holders and pressed by springs to ensure smooth sliding contact between the brushes and the commutator. The brush holders are fixed on the brush rods, which are mounted on circular brush rod seats. It's crucial that these components are insulated from each other. The brush rod seat is installed on the end cap or bearing inner cover, with adjustable positioning around the circumference, which can be fixed once properly adjusted.

At Jkongmotor, we specialize in producing brushless motorsstepper motors,, and their corresponding drivers. With 15 years of experience in motor manufacturing, we offer a range of brushless motors, including sizes such as 42mm, 57mm, 60mm, 80mm, 86mm, 90mm, 110mm, and 130mm. We provide comprehensive technical support for design, research and development, production, testing, and more. Feel free to reach out to us for any inquiries – we're here to spark your interest in motors!

And there you have it, a humorous take on the intricate world of DC motor stators. Remember, when life throws you a curve, just brush it off and keep spinning like a motor – with a touch of Jkongmotor flair!

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