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Thread: Hi, I'm working on a proyect, using a 12 v motor taken from a car seat . I will opera

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    Hi, I'm working on a proyect, using a 12 v motor taken from a car seat . I will opera

    Hi, I'm working on a proyect, using a 12 v motor taken from a car seat .
    I will operate it with a RC, so i'll need a speed control
    Can you recomend me one ?

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    You'll likely need a speed controller for a brushed motor. The only one we have right now is this one Waterproof ESC with Reverse: 4.8-12V from Hobby Lobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Customer Questions View Post
    Hi, I'm working on a proyect, using a 12 v motor taken from a car seat .
    I will operate it with a RC, so i'll need a speed control
    Can you recomend me one ?
    A car seat motor - - A car electric system is usually around 13vdc or so. A "fully charged" car battery supposedly has a voltage of 13.6 vdc. I don't know what current the motor requires.
    Anyway, you might want to take a look at Welcome to ServoCity, or robotics oriented web sources.

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