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How does a brushless motor work?

A perilite motor with direct current has permanent magnets outside of its structure, with a rotating frame inside. In continuous current motors without brushes, the permanent magnets are in rotor, and the electromagnets are in statir. A computer then charges the electromagnets in statir to roll the rotor at 360 degrees.

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