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Andy Neil
12/10/11 04:51
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Basingstoke
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#185059 - Analogy
Responding to: Michael Karas's previous message
Michael Karas said:
if the load on the motor is not constant then the speed attained will be dependant on the amount of the load...

Yes - that was my point exactly!

It's just like holding your foot steady on your car's accelerator (gas) pedal will not give constant speed - you need to press harder uphill, and less downhill...


List of 15 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
speed control of 12v dc motor      Tarun Patel      12/08/11 22:47      
   Google      Per Westermark      12/09/11 01:42      
   That doesn't make sense!      Andy Neil      12/09/11 03:46      
   Which Motor ?      Michael Karas      12/09/11 05:41      
      RE: Which Motor ?      Andy Neil      12/09/11 10:48      
   reply      Tarun Patel      12/09/11 05:45      
      I suppose you mean...      Daniel Contarino      12/09/11 07:27      
      RTFM      Erik Malund      12/09/11 07:29      
   PWM is done via the enable input      Kai Klaas      12/09/11 09:31      
   PWM != speed control      Andy Neil      12/09/11 10:47      
      Setting speed...      Kai Klaas      12/09/11 11:42      
         But still...      Andy Neil      12/09/11 13:15      
            Controlling Speed        Michael Karas      12/09/11 14:20      
               Analogy      Andy Neil      12/10/11 04:51      
   Direction and Speed Control      Satish S Munot      01/07/12 03:27      

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