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Itsuki Bahn: High-speed motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, December 28, 1993: US05274287 (25 worldwide citation)

The object of the present invention is to obtain a motor capable of producing a large torque and operating with good efficiency in a high-speed region. A reluctance type motor according to the present invention, when one armature coil (32a) is deactivated through one switching element connected to a ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance-type electric motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, August 11, 1992: US05138244 (21 worldwide citation)

A reluctance-type motor which is used as a drive source of industrial equipment, and particularly as a servo motor, wherein an armature current is held at a preset value by chopper control in a section where a position detecting signal is present. Stored magnetic energy of an armature coil is conver ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance type electric motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, May 5, 1992: US05111091 (16 worldwide citation)

A reluctance type electric motor, when an energization current in an exciting coil is interrupted at the end of a position detection signal, large magnetic energy stored in the exciting coil is prevented from being fed back to a power source by a reverse current prevention diode (43a, 43b) and it is ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance type motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, October 11, 1994: US05355069 (15 worldwide citation)

A reluctance type motor capable of rotating at a high speed with a large output torque includes transistors (20a.about.20f) connected to both ends of respective phase exciting coils (39a.about.39c), a current supply control circuit for successively activating the exciting coils in response to positi ...


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Itsuki Bahn: High-speed reluctance type motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, August 23, 1994: US05341076 (14 worldwide citation)

A reluctance type motor capable of rotating at a high speed with a large output torque has transistors (20a-20f) connected to both ends of phase exciting coils (39a-39c), a current supply control circuit for successively activating the exciting coils in response to position detecting signals, which ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance type electric motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, March 17, 1992: US05097191 (13 worldwide citation)

A reluctance type electric motor, in which, when the first excitation coil being energized is discontinued of energizing, a reverse current prevention diode is provided to prevent the discharging electric power of the magnet energy of the first excitation coil from returning to DC power source so as ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance-type motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, December 1, 1992: US05168190 (12 worldwide citation)

A reluctance-type motor in which two or more three-phase, half-wave reluctance-type motors are juxtaposed within an outer casing (42), the number of magnetic poles (16a, . . .) and salient poles per motor decreases. Accordingly, a long and narrow motor having a small diameter can be obtained. With a ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Three-phase reluctance type electric motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, May 25, 1993: US05214365 (12 worldwide citation)

A three-phase reluctance type electric motor wherein a magnetic attraction force acts on a rotor in one direction and is not cancelled, thereby reducing mechanical vibration. Since the number of magnetic poles and salient poles is small, a small electric motor of small output power can be obtained. ...


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance motor. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, November 9, 1993: US05260635 (11 worldwide citation)

A reluctance motor is provided which is small-sized and inexpensive, yet excellent in various operating characteristics such as a capability of highspeed operation, and which can be driven with a battery power supply and thus can be used as a drive source for various devices.


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Itsuki Bahn: Reluctance-type motor and a DC motor capable of performing regenerative braking. Kabushikigaisha Sekogiken, Staas & Halsey, July 11, 1995: US05432420 (9 worldwide citation)

A reluctance type motor and a brushless DC motor having large torque and good efficiency in a high-speed region.



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