What is the role of the two conducting stationary brushes in a simple electric motor?


The brushes of an electric motor are made of carbon. Two brushes, usually made of carbon, allow electricity to flow into the commutator and then into the coils of the motor. Current in the coil enters from the source battery through one conducting brush and the current flows back to the battery through another brush.

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Updated on: 10-Oct-2022

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