Farfle wrote:The eddy losses, and hysterisis losses start stacking up quick at higher rpm. If you want to do it, just look for a motor that has a good design, a low pole count, and thin lams, JohninCRs mini motor is a good candidate.
The limiting factor is mostly the lamination thickness at 0.5mm. For your example, at 1000rpm, the fundamental frequency would be 383Hz.John in CR wrote:It took a while for it to click for me, but since they're designed for 48V or less operation it makes perfect sense that lesser iron is used. It's not needed.
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