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Old 09-26-2015, 01:02 PM   #2088 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by danibjor View Post
If you look at the scematics on the patent, they use a rectifier between the mains and the motor - so you feed it with DC, not AC voltage. No sine wave = no rotations?

But I guess the controller have to know about what's happening, so it could go into "regen" mode?
Did I miss something in the circuit?

The connections from the bridge rectifier appear to be pack - and what I called motor C phase. If there is only one connection to the motor, there will be no rotation at all?

Are you referring to one of the other pictures?
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