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Old 05-24-2004, 11:47 PM   #1
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Someone asked me what was inside the bell of my Nippy black Outrunner, well its two strips of magnetic plastic. See the pics below.
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Salutations from the Pacific North WET!

S.P.A.D.s, Fibreglas & Balsa EDF's, Foamies, Brushless powered and nitro balsa planes, they're all in my hanger, just don't explain what it all means to the mrs, eh?
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Old 05-25-2004, 02:51 PM   #2
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I believe that you will find that there are 14 magnetic poles - 7 on each strip. I'm fairly sure this is an LRK wound motor.

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These are simular I think to CD rom and cooling fan motors. I have many now scavenged from old PC's. If you run a small magnet over the plastic strip you can feel the magnets set up N S N S.

Some day I'll find a use for them.

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