This lecture, published by Columbia Gorge Community College, provides a detailed overview of decelerating a motor by plugging with timers. In the lecture, the presenter reviews "different implementations of circuits that rapidly decelerate a unidirectional motor by briefly plugging it in the opposite direction." Also discussed in this lecture are the "limitations of mechanical rotational speed switches" and the use of two different timing functions, on delay and the negative triggered one shot. The recording runs 10:33 minutes in length and part two is available to view separately.
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