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WO/1996/002443A1
A controller (42) for detecting abnormal operating conditions of a continuous motion machine (12) such as a packaging machine. The acceleration and velocity of each motor (14) for the various axes (16) of the machine (12) are examined by...  
WO1995024229A3
A medical infusion pump (10) including an improved electric motor assembly (256). The medical infusion pump (10) includes a pumping mechanism (250) and a pump chamber (132) in an operative position with respect to the pumping mechanism (...  
WO/1995/024229A2
A medical infusion pump (10) including an improved electric motor assembly (256). The medical infusion pump (10) includes a pumping mechanism (250) and a pump chamber (132) in an operative position with respect to the pumping mechanism (...  
WO/1995/020839A1
The aim of the invention is to provide a simple method of stopping pump drives smoothly without chattering occurring. This is achieved by using an a.c. controller to increase the operating angle (D) between the motor current and motor vo...  
WO/1995/009478A1
In a braking circuit for a universal motor, the field coil or coils are connected in series to the armature during braking by means of a semiconductor switch, preferably a field effect transistor or a thyristor. As the semiconductor swit...  
WO/1995/009477A1
Proposed is an electric motor with an electrodynamic brake system in which the same power control stage is utilized both when using the motor and when braking. This enables the exciter current for the separately excited motor to be contr...  
WO/1995/008859A1
A drive assembly for a power operated door comprises a DC motor which is drivingly coupled to a torsion spring shaft assembly of the door. The motor is controlled by a control circuit which includes a current sensing device and a microco...  
WO/1995/002276A1
A motor braking circuit arrangement, for use with a series/universal motor and a power supply for supplying power to the motor, including two separately actuable switches electrically interconnecting a separate braking winding with the m...  
WO/1995/002268A1
In order to control the d.c. motor used to move a window in a motor vehicle, the current drawn by the motor is observed, the direction of movement of the window resulting from the direction of the current and when the window is closed th...  
WO/1995/001003A1
An induction motor controller of a power regenerative system which is constituted to quickly decelerate or stop an induction motor even in the event of a power failure. The controller comprises a power failure detection circuit (10) whic...  
WO/1994/027349A1
The proposal is for an electric motor drive with overload protection for the electric motor (10) which receives input (18) predetermining a reference position for a moving part. When the overload protection responds, the reference positi...  
WO/1994/027358A1
Before turning off a switching element (SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4, SW5, or SW6) at the time of switching the phase (R2, S2, and T2) of a power source to which a regenerated current is fed back, the switching element to be turned on next is turn...  
WO/1994/021027A1
The invention relates to an inverse speed motor, especially a universal motor, with a braking device and a stator having a field winding and a rotating armature powered via a commutator and brushes and a suitable circuit for switching th...  
WO/1994/019863A1
The invention relates to a process for controlling the revolution speed of a motor using an incremental detector so that the motor is to be simply controlled with lower starting torque and lower starting short-circuit current. To this en...  
WO/1994/018751A1
A method of detecting and regulating load is provided for controlling a servomotor to prevent continuous overload on a machine, when an abnormal load is detected. When a load torque Td2 detected by an observer exceeds a reference value T...  
WO/1994/000909A1
A reluctance motor and a brushless direct current motor capable of operating at a high efficiency, at a high speed and with a high torque. When one excitating coil or armature coil is deenergized, the magnetic energy accumulated in the m...  
WO/1993/026081A1
A vector controller of an induction motor connected with an inverter, which can be used not only on a power side but also on a regeneration side, comprises means for detecting the difference of sign between the rotor's electric angular v...  
WO/1993/023919A1
According to the invention, a numerically controlled electric motor driving system is provided including a control mechanism for energy recovery. The system includes a motor with an outer rare-earth metal made magnetic pole rotor (3) whi...  
WO/1993/018576A1
A method and means for stopping the backspinning of a submersible pump motor prior to restarting the motor. A control circuit is provided which rectifies A.C. control voltage and applies the resulting D.C. voltage to an induction motor. ...  
WO/1993/015550A1
A reluctance motor, which has a small diameter, a high rotating speed and a high efficiency, or which has a large output torque, little vibration and, if necessary, which can be regeneratively braked. The rotor of the reluctance motor is...  
WO/1993/013589A1
The present invention aims at providing a motor operation method capable of preventing demagnetization of an electric motor due to over-cooling in an ultralow-temperature environment, and an electric motor capable of withstanding the use...  
WO/1993/006643A1
In an electrical device, an electricity consumer (2) is powered by a battery (B) via an electronic switch (21). To indicate the state of charge of the battery there is a display (9) and a timer (5) ascertains the period for which the con...  
WO/1993/003531A1
A dynamic braking resistor (10) for stabilizing a power system (12) during power system disturbances includes a braking resistor (25) for coupling with a power system bus (16). A controller (40) monitors a power system parameter, such as...  
WO/1992/017935A1
An improved electrical circuit configuration for a chopper circuit is disclosed which is particularly adapted for use with an inductive load such as a braking resistor (38) of the type used in many rapid transit vehicles. Instead of conn...  
WO/1992/012570A1
Described is a circuit for influencing the start-up and/or braking behaviour of three-phase asynchronous motors whose phase windings (5, 6, 7) are connected up in a star configuration for continuous operation and which have terminals for...  
WO/1992/008274A1
Described is a circuit for limiting the cut-off voltage which occurs when an actuator motor (M) is controlled by means of width-modulated d.c. pulses. The circuit comprises a power transistor (T2) which is turned on by a capacitor (C) fo...  
WO/1992/005626A1
An apparatus for controlling a series wound DC machines comprises an element (10) with a diode function connected in parallel with the field winding (6), a first switching element (2) connected between the field winding and one pole of t...  
WO/1991/018391A1
In order to reliably stop a disk (CD) independently from its size and mass moment of inertia, a first braking impulse (B1) slows down the disk (CD) until it stands still then accelerates it in the opposite direction. In the meantime, the...  
WO1990008996A3
In a preferred embodiment, a high-frequency, pulse-width-modulated, power-transistor, DC motor speed controller having current limiting in both drive and regenerative modes, essentially constant ramping rates regardless of whether or not...  
WO/1991/005299A1
A method of producing a drive in accordance with a predetermined law of motion, such as a cycloidal law, for a body linearly driven by an electric motor, according to which, during deceleration of the motor (10) to a stopped condition, a...  
WO/1991/003866A1
Several commutator motor designs are proposed which are capable of providing smooth and rapid short-circuit braking together with good commutation. These designs call firstly for the armature to be connected in the motor operation phase ...  
WO/1990/008947A1
An apparatus for detecting an abnormal temperature of a regenerative resistor which dissipates the regenerative energy of an electric motor. This apparatus has a heat conductive member (11) provided in contact with the surface of a regen...  
WO/1990/008996A2
In a preferred embodiment, a high-frequency, pulse-width-modulated, power-transistor, DC motor speed controller having current limiting in both drive and regenerative modes, essentially constant ramping rates regardless of whether or not...  
WO/1990/001828A1
There is described a method for retarding a short-circuit induction motor (1) which is driven from a controllabe a.c. inverter (4), the d.c. input of which is connected to a capacitor (6). When retarding the motor (1) the frequency of th...  
WO/1990/000832A1
A switched reluctance motor drive system (10) with phase windings (12) and commutator switches (21-23) is provided with a setting device (15) for operating the commutator switches (21-23). In a first condition the setting device (15) ope...  
WO/1989/012266A1
A device for properly detecting the generation of excessive positional deviation in a servo system for a wide range of rotational speed of a servo motor to correctly and quickly determine the overload condition of the servo motor. A cent...  
WO/1989/008942A1
A conventional three pole D.C. motor has a third brush (9) placed at an acute angle of 60 degrees to one of the normal brushes (6, 7) and positioned to contact the commutator plates (C1, C2, C3). A motor energizing circuit is normally of...  
WO/1989/008946A1
Process for position-stopping of a device (1) provided with a horizontal drum (5) rotated by an asynchronous electric motor (6), characterized in that it comprises means for signalling the position of the drum (5), means for interrupting...  
WO/1989/007165A1
In a known stopping process, the motor is brought to a standstill by repeated braking and then driven again until the main shaft of the sewing machine reaches a certain desired position. In the new process, the duration of the stopping p...  
WO/1989/006394A1
A spindle orientation controller couples a spindle motor (2) via coupling means (5) with a main spindle (4) which produces a signal (LS) indicating its approximate stop position and a signal (MS) indicating its definite stop position. Th...  
WO/1988/009584A1
A control system for an alternating current motor (40), such as an elevator hoisting induction motor, in response to failure of power supply (10), such as service interruption, phase open and so forth, performs in a first emergency contr...  
WO/1988/006817A1
A control system for an electric motor includes a detector associated with a regenerated power absorbing circuit for monitoring operation of the regenerated power absorbing circuit for detecting an abnormal condition thereof. The control...  
WO/1988/005225A1
A motor controller comprising a discharge circuit (7) which decreases the voltage regenerated by a motor (5) to a drive circuit (4) when an AC servo motor or the like is braked, a protection circuit (8) which protects the discharge circu...  
WO/1988/003337A1
To brake commutator motors (2) having an armature (3) and at least one split or continuous field coil (4, 5) independently of an outer energy supply, circuit elements have switching means (8) via which the armature (3) and the field coil...  
WO/1988/002950A1
An improved motor control for banknote handling apparatus (10). An improved stacker pusher motor arrangement (200) has a defined cycle of operation. The time it takes the stacker pusher motor (116) to complete a predetermined portion of ...  
WO/1988/001450A1
An apparatus for controlling an adjustable-speed alternating current motor coupled to drive an elevator cage. The apparatus includes a converter connected to a source of AC power for converting the AC power into DC power, an inverter con...  
WO/1988/000123A1
A method of controlling an injection motor in an injection molding machine having an overheat preventing function to reliably set the injection molding conditions in which the injection motor will not be overheated. When the injection mo...  
WO/1987/007790A1
A regeneration control system for a servo motor (9) of an automatic carrier car which is powered by a storage battery (7) and which effects regeneration control during deceleration. A feedback voltage from a tacho-generator (10) of the s...  
WO/1987/002501A1
A brake pulse generating circuit determines the direction of rotation of a capstan motor at the edges of signals FG1 and FG2 by using D-type flip-flops (21, 22, 23 and (24) and a NOR gate (25). A brake pulse f having a longer pulse width...  
WO/1986/004753A1
Method and device for braking an asynchronous motor by applying a direct current to the field windings. In order to achieve accurate supply time of the braking current the AC voltage appearing at the outer terminals (4, 6) of two mutuall...  

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