cw motor

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by amruth11, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. amruth11

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    Hi guys i am using a cw motor which dosent have leads except for 2 holes in the PCB sticking out and i dont know which one is negetive and which one is positive, plz help me.:)
     
  2. kubeek

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    what is a cw motor? what voltage, current does it need?
     
  3. wmodavis

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    clockwise??
     
  4. Adjuster

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  5. debe

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    Heres how to work it out. Put one multimeter lead on to the output shaft of the motor & then check each conection with the other lead, meter set on ohms. The lowest reading will be the negative conection. (Ive asumed by his description its one of these motors)
     
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  6. kubeek

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    Debe, where is the black lead connected?
     
  7. debe

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    Black lead is conected to the motor drive shaft, as these motors are surounded by rubber insulation inside & the out side shell is quite often not conected to the motor shell.
     
  8. debe

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    A few pics of whats in these motors & they are electronic speed control & adjustable. Normaly purchased in the voltage required & in CW or CCW. They can be reversed by dismantling & unsoldering the PCB from motor & shifting 180Deg & resolder & reassemble.
     
  9. amruth11

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    Thx everyone for the advice the motor is the same type debe has and it is a 9v dc motor.
     
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