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So, if we use your reasoning, add DC Relays, Keeper Solenoids (2 direction with magnetic hold rather than having power applied constantly).If you start down that path you are helping to confuse more than defining your subject. Your topic was motors, you have many areas there to define the different types: AC, DC, PLL ...bringing other components into the mix in my opinion, as an electronic instructional designer with 40 + years of field service and support, it is better to keep your students focus to one topic or area of focus at a time. Motors are a large enough of a topic in themselves.All I am trying to say, you have created a very helpful resource, but try and narrow the focus to the topic being covered.
Just out of curiosity, why is there a solenoid on the 4th page?
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