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INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator
INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator

INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator

INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator

INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator

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Components:

  • Stator Frame: The stator frame is the housing that encases all the other stator components. It’s typically made of steel or aluminum for durability and to provide a path for magnetic flux.
  • Stator Core: The stator core is the heart of the stator and is composed of laminated electrical steel. These laminations minimize eddy current losses, which are electric currents induced within the metal that can oppose the intended current flow and reduce motor efficiency.
  • Stator Windings: Embedded within the stator core are coils of insulated copper wire. These windings are arranged in specific patterns to create poles with alternating magnetic polarities (north and south) when current flows through them.
  • Slots: The stator core has slots that house the stator windings. These slots are carefully designed to optimize magnetic field strength and motor performance.
SKU: AG75028-SP-33 Categories: ,

Description

INGCO AG75028-SP-33, Stator(AG75028-SP-33)

product details:

The stator in an angle grinder is the stationary component that works together with the rotor (armature) to create the motor’s turning force. Here’s a detailed description of its functions and components:

Function:

  • The stator’s primary function is to generate a rotating magnetic field. This magnetic field interacts with the magnetic field of the rotor, creating a force that causes the rotor to spin. This spinning motion of the rotor shaft is then transferred to the grinding wheel of the angle grinder.

Components:

  • Stator Frame: The stator frame is the housing that encases all the other stator components. It’s typically made of steel or aluminum for durability and to provide a path for magnetic flux.
  • Stator Core: The stator core is the heart of the stator and is composed of laminated electrical steel. These laminations minimize eddy current losses, which are electric currents induced within the metal that can oppose the intended current flow and reduce motor efficiency.
  • Stator Windings: Embedded within the stator core are coils of insulated copper wire. These windings are arranged in specific patterns to create poles with alternating magnetic polarities (north and south) when current flows through them.
  • Slots: The stator core has slots that house the stator windings. These slots are carefully designed to optimize magnetic field strength and motor performance.

How it Works:

  1. When the angle grinder is turned on, AC current (alternating current) flows through the stator windings.
  2. The current flow through the windings creates a magnetic field around the stator core.
  3. As the AC current alternates direction, the polarity of the magnetic field also flips accordingly (north to south and vice versa).
  4. This rotating magnetic field from the stator interacts with the magnetic field of the rotor (which is also constantly changing due to the commutator), generating a repulsive or attractive force between them.
  5. This force causes the rotor to spin continuously, and this rotational motion is transferred to the grinding wheel through the shaft.

 

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