The motor is not quite like you think of in a fan or similar application.
A motor-driven power steering system includes a steering column
connected to a steering wheel, a motor with a rotation shaft connected
to the steering column, a decelerator that rotates by interacting with
the rotation shaft, fixing parts mounted at each left and right wheel,
link members rotatably connected at both ends to the fixing parts and
the decelerator, a detecting part that detects the vehicle state, and a
motor driving device that generates a steering assist force by supplying
the motor with a current determined on the basis of the vehicle state.
This configuration transmits the driving force of the motor directly to
vehicle wheels, thereby optimizing the motor function and reducing the
vehicle weight by eliminating a rack.
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