Understand a dynamically braking system

by misterelec
Tags: braking, dynamically
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Apr25-11, 10:23 AM
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I finally found a way to brake dynamically a drill and i found it on a circular saw.
I've drawn the electrical scheme of its brake which work with the drill(both the coils and the rotor are the universal motor).
The problem is that I want to resize the componant to make it brake faster.
But I don't fully understand of this brake work. So can anybody enlight me?
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