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Can one use two different RF sources to power a single electric motor?
A similar question yes, but the set of questions I made today and yesterday should be it. And no, I'm just trying to understand a lecture one of my professors just gave us.Is this thread related to the other ones you started almost at the same time?
Is there any "magic" idea you are not disclosing, behind them?
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I don’t think so. Did you forget to add the “” emoji? I’ve replaced my share of turntable motors and they’ve all been line powered. I found in researching the replacement, there are some powered by DC, but never found any reference to RF power.Doesn't the turn table in a microwave oven do this?
I don't have one in mine, but the one in my mother in laws old oven you just took it out to wash/clean it. No wires no plugs and you didn't need to wind it up. So I assumed it was powered by the microwaves themselves. That is why I said what I did. (better?)I don’t think so.
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