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From: Paul Burke
Subject: Re: Hand Mixer
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 10:20:06 +0000
Organization: Scazon Systems
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> Hello everybody,
> Sorry for not being very clear in my question. Firstly I was talking
> about the Kitchen Appliance - hand mixer. I wanted to know the
> mechanism as to what makes it work. I know that there is a motor
> inside it and know the basic use of the motor. But I wanted to the
> details of how the rotation of the motor depends of voltage/watts
> etc..Anything someone could post about the working of a handmixer
> would be appreciated.
In which case, you've got half the answer from another poster: buy one
from a charity shop and take it apart. Or take Dad's apart and work ou a
good story. But this is DEFINITELY the bst way to learn about
electromechanical devices. You won't however, learn much by taking a
digital watch apart.
For the rest, you'll see a plate somewhere on the thing telling you its
voltage rating and power consumption. You can then use your knowledge of
voltas, amps, ohms and watts to work out how changing the voltage will
change the capability of the thing.
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