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Old 03-24-2016, 01:29 AM
Hiwater Hiwater is offline
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From what Mbrownn and I have figured out is that the geometry of the coils is the key to get the motor running. It starts out slow and picks up speed as it rotates to about 5000 rpms. You can set the brushes so that you have to give it a spin for it to start rotating. Now if you had a flywheel on it you would either need to spin it by hand or use a pull rope to get it going.
The tri coil is where Im stuck at right now. Been a couple of monthe since I last worked on it.
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