Wound-Field DC Motor Features & Benefits
Wound-Field DC motor features and benefits are listed here for series wound, split series wound, shunt wound and compound wound DC motors.
Contact DC Motors Inc. for more information and for recommendations on the wound-field DC motor best suited for your application.
Heavy duty cast iron or die cast aluminum brackets, precision machined to provide uniform air gap alignment and to give rigid bearing support. Welded on rigid base allows all angle operation.
Excellent commutation even under adverse conditions. Brush pressures carefully controlled for quite efficient operation. Ease of brush replacement provides minimum maintenance time. Two pole design provides excellent commutation even under adverse conditions.
Normal Class insulation for high thermal and electric characteristics.
Internal fan and unique stator design supplies maximum air flow over the field coils and across the armature in open drip proof design.
Laminated Stator Field and Armature Construction
Provides high efficiencies and lower losses. Available with series, split series, shunt and compound windings, allowing maximum variation for the performance best suited to your application.
Dynamically Balanced Armature
Armatures are dynamically balanced to provide smooth vibration-free operation, and to reduce axial bearing loading. Armatures are dipped and baked in Class F insulating varnish, insuring maximum stress protection and maintenance-free life.
High Armature Skew
Designed specifically for optimum performance at low speeds. Provides quiet operation and minimizes cogging on S.C.R. controls.
Ball Bearing Design
Precision ball bearings prelubricated with high temperature grease.
- Compound Wound DC motor – Designs, Ratings, Characteristics and Curves
- Series Wound DC motor – Designs, Ratings, Characteristics and Curves
- Split Series Wound DC motor – Designs, Ratings, Characteristics and Curves
- Shunt Wound DC motor – Designs, Ratings, Characteristics and Curves