In an electronic device, you may not realize that there is a device called a brushless motor that works to make it work properly. If the tool is damaged, then you should be able to find a new one in a brushless DC motor. There, there are many types that can be tailored to your electronic needs.
In the tool To make the “rotors” keep rotating then the poles in the electro-magnet need to be changed, this will be done with “brushes”. This “brushes” section attaches to two electrodes that rotate on the “rotor” and change the magnetic polarity of the magnetic during rotation. The magnetic permanent is essentially fixed in position and unchanged, therefore it is referred to as the “Stator”, while the electromagnets rotate, hence the “Rotor”.
Indeed “brushed” motors are in principle very simple and easy to make/produce, but have some disadvantages:
– “Brushes” over time will become corrupted.
– Because “brushes” disconnects and connects the connection, it will cause “storing / electrical noise”.
– Brushes limit the maximum speed of the motor.