the wiring methods for low-speed DC motors
The most important step in using a low-speed DC motor is to wire it. If you want to wire it better, you should know it better when using it. The following is a brief introduction to the wiring method of low-speed DC motors:
1. Power input for low-speed DC motor. The thick red wire is the positive end of the power supply, the black wire is the negative end of the power supply, and the thin orange line is the electric door lock.
2. DC motor phase (u, v, w output), the thick yellow line is U, the thick green line is V, and the thick blue line is W.
3. For signal input, the thin red wire is + 5V power, the thin green is the handle signal input, and the thin black wire is the ground wire.
4. Machine Hall (A, B, C input), thin red wire is + 5V power supply, thin black wire is ground wire, thin yellow wire is A, thin green wire is B, and thin blue wire is C.
5. Sensor, thin red wire is + 5V power supply, thin black wire is ground wire, and thin green wire is sensor signal input.
I believe that after you understand the wiring method of low-speed DC motors, it will be easier in the future wiring process. Today we will simply understand this.