Generally, a coil can stand a temperature of 120℃, and heat-resistant coils tolerate 180℃. however, we still do appeal not to operate a motor at 100℃+ for too long even though it is within the capability of the coil. High temperature will accelerate aging of coils and demagnetization of magnets.

Generally, a coil can stand a temperature of 120℃, and heat-resistant coils tolerate 180℃. however, we still do appeal not to operate a motor at 100℃+ for too long even though it is within the capability of the coil. High temperature will accelerate aging of coils and demagnetization of magnets.

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