In this article you will find out what a motor is and how to use it
An electric motor is an electromechanical converter in which electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy.
Technical description:

- Working Voltage: 3.3V ~ 6V
- Rated Voltage: 4.8V
- No load current: 90mA
- Maximum current: 800 mA
- Maximum torque: 500g*cm
- Maximum speed: 70 rpm (3V)

Principle of operation

The electric motor consists of a stator and a rotor. The stator is 2 magnets that create a magnetic field. The motor windings are alternately connected through brushes to the power source. One by one, they turn the rotor to a small angle, and the rotor rotates continuously creating a moment.

Motor connecting scheme to the R:ED One controller

Program examples
R:ED Junior
R:ED Code

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