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 Posted: Mon Jun 1st, 2015 05:17 am
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Kent K



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Si,

I feel like I'm hijacking your thread on this issue, but once again the issue with micro motors isn't the high voltage, but the spikes put out by the SCR throttle. As long as you stay within the motors voltage ranges they perform well. The heating comes into play because of the waveform put out by the SCR throttle. These motors respond to electrical current very quickly and the spikes tell them to go to maximum and then shut off several times per second. They want to see a constant voltage level or one that only changes gradually. With that I'll leave this alone unless you or someone else has specific questions. I only inserted this because it really isn't common knowledge and the micro motors ARE expensive little toys.

Kent K



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