reversible motor

reversible motor

[ri′vər·sə·bəl ′mōd·ər]
(electricity)
A motor in which the direction of rotation can be reversed by means of a switch that changes motor connections when the motor is stopped.
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A reversible motor enables users to purge tubing before or after pumping; LED indicators confirm motor direction.
The drives' reversible motor enables users to purge tubing before or after pumping; LED indicators confirm motor direction.
The drill's powerful 20 Amp/110 Volt double-insulated, reversible motor is suitable for drilling structural steel and other metals.
The reversible motor allows users to work on both sides of the work table.
Rolling ring" linear motion engineering enabling mechanical control over reversal thereby eliminating the need for electronic controls and a reversible motor.
To turn the pump you need a 1/3 hp reversible motor that turns at 1,725 rpm.
The assembly also features a mechanical reversal mechanism, eliminating the need for a reversible motor.
But when the building is ready for use, a variable-speed, reversible motor from an electric drill coupled to a 200:1 gearbox and bicycle drive chain turns the building around smoothly.
Another method of varying displacement includes electric motor controls, in which a reversible motor controls eccentricity or angle.
The Vista line offers 100-watt, low-profile opal globe fixtures, a Whisper-Quiet, 3-speed reversible motor with high output and reversible blades.
Tenders are invited for Reversible Motor With Gearhead

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