A DC motor is a motor that runs on DC power. The DC motor is usually brushed or synchronous. The brushed DC motor directly generates torque from the DC power supplied to the motor through internal commutation, fixed permanent magnets and rotating electromagnet . Brushless DC motors have the advantages of low starting cost, high reliability, simple speed regulation, and long life. The disadvantages include high maintenance and high maintenance. Synchronous DC motors (such as brushless DC motors and stepper motors) require external commutation To generate torque. Brushless DC motors use rotating permanent magnets in the rotor, fixed electromagnets on the motor housing, and a motor controller that converts DC power to AC power.
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