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INGCO S-JS-S-JS3502, Jig Saw Stator

INGCO S-JS-S-JS3502, Jig Saw Stator

INGCO S-JS-S-JS3502, Jig Saw Stator

INGCO S-JS-S-JS3502, Jig Saw Stator

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Function:

  1. Electromagnetic Field Generation: When electricity is supplied to the jigsaw, it flows through the coils in the stator. This creates an electromagnetic field around the stator core. The strength and direction of this field depend on the current and the winding configuration.

  2. Interaction with Rotor: The jigsaw’s rotor, a rotating component with permanent magnets attached, sits within the stator’s magnetic field. The magnetic field exerts a force on the rotor’s magnets, causing them to be attracted or repelled.

  3. Rotational Force: This attraction and repulsion between the stator’s magnetic field and the rotor’s magnets create a torque, a twisting force. This torque causes the rotor to spin, ultimately driving the jigsaw blade through the cutting material.

  4. Speed Control: The speed of the jigsaw blade is directly linked to the frequency of the electricity supplied to the stator. By varying the frequency, the strength and direction of the magnetic field change, influencing the rotational force exerted on the rotor and thus the blade’s speed.

SKU: S-JS-S-JS3502-INGCO Categories: ,

Description

INGCO S-JS-S-JS3502, Jig Saw Stator(S-JS-S-JS3502)

product details:

The stator, a crucial component in a jigsaw’s motor, is responsible for generating the magnetic field that drives the blade. Here’s a detailed breakdown of its construction and function:

Components:

  1. Laminated Steel Core: The stator’s heart is a cylindrical structure formed by stacking thin sheets of steel, typically electrical grade steel. Lamination minimizes eddy current losses, which are energy losses caused by induced currents within the core.

  2. Wires/Coils: Wrapped around the laminated steel core are insulated copper wires. These windings are carefully arranged to form coils, creating electromagnets when electricity flows through them. The number of coils and their configuration affect the motor’s characteristics like power and torque.

  3. Frame: The laminated core and coils are housed within a sturdy frame, often made of metal or durable plastic. The frame provides structural support and protects the internal components from damage.

Function:

  1. Electromagnetic Field Generation: When electricity is supplied to the jigsaw, it flows through the coils in the stator. This creates an electromagnetic field around the stator core. The strength and direction of this field depend on the current and the winding configuration.

  2. Interaction with Rotor: The jigsaw’s rotor, a rotating component with permanent magnets attached, sits within the stator’s magnetic field. The magnetic field exerts a force on the rotor’s magnets, causing them to be attracted or repelled.

  3. Rotational Force: This attraction and repulsion between the stator’s magnetic field and the rotor’s magnets create a torque, a twisting force. This torque causes the rotor to spin, ultimately driving the jigsaw blade through the cutting material.

  4. Speed Control: The speed of the jigsaw blade is directly linked to the frequency of the electricity supplied to the stator. By varying the frequency, the strength and direction of the magnetic field change, influencing the rotational force exerted on the rotor and thus the blade’s speed.

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