motor temp

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Tom Thomson
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motor temp

Postby Tom Thomson » Sat Apr 03, 2010 12:09 am

My D&D motor has a thermocouple imbedded in one of the brushes. This responds quickly altho it gives alarmingly high readings. The Advanced DC motor which I just bought for another project offers no such option so I'm thinking that the simplest way is to mount a thermocouple in the cooling air exhaust. Opinions???

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