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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A reversible motor enables users to purge tubing before or after pumping; LED indicators confirm motor direction.
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The drill's powerful 20 Amp/110 Volt double-insulated, reversible motor is suitable for drilling structural steel and other metals.
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The model CJ-2A has a 0.25 HP 15,000 RPM reversible motor. The reversible homogenizer has a unique down-mode that is capable of drawing and wetting out floating powders as well as re-suspending any settled solids on the bottom of the mixing vessel.
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.
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