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Testing a DC PM motor

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Hi,

)'m new to this community and appreciate any help you can give me.  I am a hobbiest and recently purchased a Pacific Scientific motor (SR 3624-5107) to replace the motor in my lathe.  I'd like to test it before putting it in to service. I connected it to a 12V battery and it runs smooth and quiet.  I then connected it to the controller (Dart 125DV-C-K) and ran it up to 60v. Motor turned around 2000 rpm drawing about 1 amp, albeit under no load condition.  I put an ohmmeter across the armature and it reads ~1 ohm.  I turned the shaft slowly and it reads about the same throughout a full revolution.  Is this too low?  

Thanks, Dick White, Cary NC

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SR3624-5107 is a proprietary motor.

It is not known where this motor was obtained from, but for any data/information, you must contact "LIFE FITNESS".

Note: Motor was obsoleted 14 years ago.

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