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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@zander @davee Sorry guys my mistake, yes MPH not MPG. And the motor is actually rated at 12 - 24 volts 16.5 amps and 350 Watts. Ron thanks for th...

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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@zander Hi Ron, We have the cheaper Start/Deep Cycle batteries as we can't afford the good stuff (Trojans), we have 6, 8 and 12 volt batteries as our ...

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@davee Hi Dave, thanks for the reply. great info. My concern is that many ESCs state use Lipo or NiMH batteries. I wasn't sure if I could use non Lipo...

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

Working on this same project, I will need a large battery to be able to run the project for a few hours a day. Is it OK to use a 6 or 8 volt golf cart...

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@zander Hi Ron, The motor I'm using is the large at the end of the video. We were not sure what we were going to us as a vehicle so we decided on the ...

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@davee Thanks Dave, That was very helpful.

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

@dronebot-workshop Hi Bill, Thank you for the welcome. I did view these videos before and just re-viewed again. I'm confused, are Motor Drivers/Cont...

9 months ago
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RE: Driving DC Motors with Microcontrollers

I'm new to electronics so some terms are unfamiliar to me. PWM? I know what it does but still confused. Not sure if this is true but I read that the P...

9 months ago
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