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Without qualification 'motor' is usually taken to mean a rotary electromechanical motor, typically either a brushed or brushless design.

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I need help understanding the specs of this RS Pro DC Geared Motor, Brushed, (RS: 238-9670). It has an operating range of 4.5-15V and a nominal voltage of 12V, so does that mean that it provides …
asked Dec 13 '17 by somers
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I'd like a two-wheeled robot to travel at 1m/s, given a wheel radius of 0.03m. I've calculated the rated speed required by the gearmotor as 318.28RPM: $v = \omega r$, $\displaystyle{\frac{v}{r} = \om …
asked Jul 13 '17 by somers
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I'm working on a self-balancing robot project and am in the process of motor sizing. I've read that with self-balancing robots the motors need to switch direction quickly, which can cause them to … briefly draw more than twice the stall current if changing from full speed in one direction to full speed in the other direction. So I'm wondering if, when I find a motor with a suitable rated torque …
asked Jul 8 '17 by somers
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prevent the motor speed from saturating while the robot is balancing, as this can prevent the robot from maintaining balance i.e. the wheels can’t keep up with the body of the robot, and it falls over … . But, an encoder allows for direct measurement and control of the motor's speed, which can prevent it saturating i.e. it can prevent the motor from approaching speeds it can’t handle. So, will the …
asked Aug 24 '17 by somers