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spindle motor driver

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Naveed Akram

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hi,
i urgently need the circuit of spindle motor driver,, thee motor input is 18v and 1.5 Amp current and operate with 3 phase.do anyone have its circuit, thanks.
 

Boncuk

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Is there anything top secret with the motor?

There are thousands of three phase spindle drives on the market.
 

Naveed Akram

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Thank you boncuk, but there is no secret, actually i want to use this motor to uplift a body of some 500/700grams i have searched many motors but they have some flaw in thier it like shape, size and power consumption but i found spindle motor best for my project. but still i am uncertain, because 7200rpm[maximum15000rpm, very rare] can able to lift it or not ,or i use 4 motors to make a uplift. please give your useful oppinion.
 

Boncuk

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It depends very much how you want to lift the weight.

Using the motor like a winch the rpm is far too high.

You can make a reduction gear using sprockets and (shortened) chains of a bicycle.

Reducing rpm increases torque on the winch shaft.

Actually you won't require a 3 phase motor to lift a weight of 500 to 700g. A toy motor with reduction gear will do the job.

You could also use a windshield wiper motor salvaged from a junk car. Windshield wiper motors are fairly strong and they are already fitted with a reduction gear. All you have to do for continuous operation is shorting the limit switch (which turns off the motor when wipers are at parking position).

Boncuk
 
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Naveed Akram

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ok, with sprocket and a little cycle chain, how much easy you make my work with a toy motor, which one can stop with just putting a finger on it, and about car wiper motor, dude i am not going to make a boeing aircraft with such a heavy motor, but thanks for your suggestion.
 

Boncuk

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how much easy you make my work with a toy motor, which one can stop with just putting a finger on it,
There are toy motors you better don't try to stop with a finger. They burn it pretty fast. Lifting a weight of 500 to 700g doesn't require a high torque motor. It just requires the right transmission ratio. (See model cranes in toyshops)

and about car wiper motor, dude i am not going to make a boeing aircraft with such a heavy motor, but thanks for your suggestion.
I have the impression you never saw a wiper motor.

And please omit the "dude" in any replies. I guess we never have played in the sand together.

Boncuk
 

Naveed Akram

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actually,the situation is, i am working on a project, in which i need everything very light, working on the aerial vehicle,thats why i cannot employ wiper motor,as my another friend uses it in autonomous welding machine.and other way make a use of BLDC/DC motor with a mechanical gear system may decrease its mechanical advantage and i have to lift a body of 700grams, by the way my real concern is three phase spindle motor circuit ,so have care about it. thanks
 

Boncuk

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No more replies from my side, keeping the motor schematic and technical description secret (as already mentioned).

Boncuk

P.S. Just for a change, could you please solve that problem for me? I have a 135KW three phase motor and want to move 500,000 cubicmeters of air per hour at a total fan pressure of 2,400Pa at a wind speed not exceeding 80km/h. Questions: What should be the fan diameter, how many blades should it have and which pitch angle should the blades have? (assuming aerodynamic shape of the blades)
 
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