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#128201 09/23/02 04:17 AM
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looking for someone who has knowledge about vacuum motors...brushed verses brushless
Im trying to learn about producing maximum cfms with the least amout of household current,or creative options that I can use to bypass this obsticle,(blowing breakers)
help me and il give you kona coffee as trade
thx Bud

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Are you referring to universal versus induction motors? AC or DC?

Have you used a known-accurate ammeter and voltmeter for measurements?

How do the nameplates compare with read values and breaker ratings?

#128203 09/24/02 04:46 PM
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Are you referring to the type of motors used in vacuum cleaners? Just about all of ones I've ever come across are the universal series type, suitable for AC or DC use.


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