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Permanent magnets are used as rotors (rotation sides) and coils are used as stators (fixed sides).
An external inverter circuit controls the switching of the current into the coil according to the motor rotation.
A brushless motor is used in combination with an inverter circuit that detects the rotor's position and flows current into the coil in line with the rotor position.