DC motors, also known as direct current motors, are fed from a direct current source. They convert electrical energy from this current source into mechanical energy. DC motors consist of stationary and rotating parts. The stationary part is called stator and the rotating part is called delay. DC motors, which are in the rotating electrical machine class, are among the basic parts of many robotic systems.
The working principle of DC motors is based on the interaction between magnetic and current. The power generated in this way enables the engine to run.