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Electr. The coil diode mounted on the bottom rotates the magnet wheel as the magnetic field changes. Two electric motor coils in the front rotate the magnet wheel when a voltage is applied. In the MRZJW3-SETUP151E, the moving magnet power is reversed when the two coils are wired in complementary. This is not a common wiring. This way of wiring the coils maximizes the power obtained from the permanent magnet and obtains the maximum torque with the least electrical power.* The electrons flowing between the two sides of the coil magnet are electromagnets and are attracted to each other and are pulled away from the coil magnet. The reason is that current flows in one direction in each. The coil throws out an external magnetic field in a counterclockwise direction.* The stators on the front side of the coil Threw out the magnetic field and was pulled using a magnet having a counterclockwise direction. The direction of the current that electromagnet impact is the same sign as the direction of the magnets (and this is the same as negative current). Negative current pushes the magnet toward the stator to be attracted to and places an external magnetic field counterclockwise. (Viewing the magnet wheel, the magnet will be placed on the opposite.) The magnetic field moves on the path to the rear side of the coil magnet, where the x axis of the magnetic field move in the direction of the x axis is attracted to the moving magnet. Because the direction of moving magnet is the same direction of x axis, the movement of the magnetic field is attracted and will move with the magnetic field. When the magnetic field of the magnet wheel reaches a position where the magnetic field intersects the x axis, the magnetic field of the rotor magnet will start to move on the radius of the wheel when it is placed below the normal position of the magnet of the soft ironer and running forward. The soft ironer of the magnet is attracted to the magnetic field of the rotor magnet and is placed into a situation where it overlaps with the static position of the soft ironer and the moving direction of the soft ironer started by the repulsion of the magnetic field of permanent magnet. The magnetic field of the rotor magnet movement occurs as the rotor magnet is pushed forward. This movement is greatly affected by the soft ironer of the permanent magnet and the rotor magnet. d2c66b5586