The stationary rubber element of the PDM motor. The Rotor is held in place by the stator, which until the application of fluid pressure, prevents the Rotor from turning. The stator provides the internal seal to enable pressure build-up.
The stationary part of a rotating electrical machine. The stator may be either the field or the armature, depending on the design of the machine. The stationary member of a synchro that consists of a cylindrical structure of slotted laminations on which three Y-connected coils are wound with their axes 120 degrees apart. Depending on the type of synchro, the stator's functions are similar to the primary or secondary windings of a transformer.
The stator is the stationary part of an electric motor or alternator. Depending on the configuration of the motor the stator may act as the field magnet, interacting with the armature to create motion. The stator may be either a permagnet or an electromagnet.