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Ill have to check which is which when i find my own multimeter.Should be four wires, two for the field windings , two for the brushes, put them all in Series , to reverse direction swap the brushes round.
I cant measure the resistance right now but will do later next week. 5 cables. Red, yellow, black, white and brown. 4 cables seem to be attached to the field windings. I guess the different speed settings. The black one looks to be attached in a few placesHow many wires does it have? What are the resistances between these wires?
Normally, these are Universal Series motors with the number of wires = 1 + number of speeds.
Yea i saw somewhere that you need to put power to the field windings.I would imagine a food processor is just wired for one direction, it will not work as a (DC) generator without some changes, you would need to feed the field separately with a DC power, the armature should then generate when rotated.
As it is, it will run on DC or AC.
Also make it shunt connected, at present it will be series field.Yea i saw somewhere that you need to put power to the field windings.
do you know what this component could be? The front seems to be from a brand called klixonAlso make it shunt connected, at present it will be series field.
It will require a much lower DC voltage to operate in shunt motor/generator.
I guess it would be some sort of temperature protection thingyView attachment 228037View attachment 228038do you know what this component could be? The front seems to be from a brand called klixon
white cable is connected to a brush and the red one is connected to the other one. Red seems to have a connection to the black cable also connected to the temp. Protection component.Ok 5 wires, take a bigger pictures so we can see it all , .
The white one is the other brush and yellow and brown are attached to the other field.The black wire goes through the thermal sensor to one of the armature brushes.
The other is the red wire to the field, the other side of the field should be connected to the other brush.
Looks like the yellow is the other field?
So red & blk is the applied power ?
The bottom line is both armature and field should both end up in series.
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