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Product ID:727306
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
TurboSquid Member Since February 2013
Currently sells 88 products
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Schematic of an electrically shifted gearbox. The gearbox works by connecting one of the orange gears with the output shaft. The orange gears are already connected to a gear fixed on the layshaft, in turn connected to the input shaft, so the closing of the connection to the output shaft will relay the power to the wheels. The connecting is done by means of an electrically-powered internal cone, which, when triggered connects to the external cone. The shifting works as follows: * One of the buttons on the control panel is pressed * The switchboard, connected to this control panel, and with the battery, and 4 wires of which one pair always leads to the internal cone, creates a circuit where a current is passed to a internal cone/synchronizer sleeve. This creates a positive or a negative charge on the internal cone, making it being pulled towards the positive or negative magnet. There is also a sensor placed on the two internal cones, powered by the battery . And there is also a dotted circle on the outside of the nearby orange gear. This makes sure the attraction is initiated at exactly the right moment. The attracting is done in two steps, at first minor attraction occurs -> to slide the parts side-by-side, after which a rapid attraction is done. It should also be mentioned that the shafts are not made in metal, else they would be detrimental for the magnets. Finally, if the 1st shaft rotates the fastest, the internal cones are best put on the second axle
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