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Stator Rotor
- Sep 11, 2018 -

The concentrated winding is applied to the salient pole stator, which is usually wound into a rectangular coil, and the warp yarn is wrapped and shaped, and then dried by dipping paint, and then embedded on the core of the convex magnetic pole. The excitation coils of general commutator motors (including DC motors and general purpose motors) and the main pole windings of single-phase shroud pole salient motors use concentrated windings.


Centralized windings usually have one coil per pole, but also in the form of a drain (hidden pole). For example, a frame-type shaded pole motor is a motor that uses two coils to form a two pole.