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Old 02-21-2012, 05:50 AM
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That is what I meant, I have made several brushless motors, but I don't have any on hand with wound rotor and brushes. I might try to hook something up through a simple brushless motor, but ultimately I want to stay true to the current tests, and that means I need to find a working motor somewhere.
would I need 24VDC motor, since I will be using two 12V batteries to power it?
I need to re-read your first post, but I do get the concept, and I am sure I can find a DC motor easy enough, though I might have to wait a bit, if I have to buy one.
Thanks for the heads up, I am not always great on details in my posts, but I did mean a brushed DC motor

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