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What does SynRM mean?
Synchronous Reluctance Motor (SynRM) is a kind of Alternating Current (AC) synchronous motor in which the rotor has no windings or magnets, just electric steel plates stacked together to form a rotor package.
SynRM motors are extremely efficient and have low running temperatures which give higher reliability and low maintenance costs.
A rotor is a movable part of the motor. A reluctance motor is a type of electric motor that induces non-permanent magnetic poles on the ferromagnetic rotor. The rotor does not have any windings. It generates torque through magnetic reluctance.
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