It is divided into a drive motor and a control motor by […]
It is divided into a drive motor and a control motor by use.
Drive motors are very common, mainly for motors used in power applications, including electric tools (drilling, polishing, polishing, grooving, cutting, reaming, etc.) with electric motors, household appliances (washing machines, electric fans, refrigerators, air conditioners). Motors, recorders, video recorders, DVD players, vacuum cleaners, cameras, hair dryers, electric shavers, etc.)
Motors for motors and other general purpose small mechanical equipment (various small machine tools, small machines, medical equipment, electronic equipment, etc.). The brushless motor should generally be biased towards the drive motor. The control motor is divided into: stepper motor and servo motor, etc., focusing on precision control. If necessary, it must be used together with the encoder. The speed and angle of the motor rotation are very precise, such as 0.1 rpm, or 15 °/ Seconds, etc.