(1) Low-speed high-torque vane motor: This motor has a relatively large capacity and operates with a high torque at a low speed. The motor shown in Fig. 10.6 has four motor chambers and can change the torque control mode to 1/3 and 2/3.
(2) Medium-speed vane motor: This motor has a structure similar to that of the pressure-balanced vane pump, the capacity of which is relatively small. It is provided with a vane lift mechanism (spring) to ensure that contact between the vane and the cam ring is always maintained from the time of the motor starts.
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