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when we say a : 12V dc motor,or 24 dc motor,we mean the maximum voltage,don't we?i belive i can use a 24 V motor with a 12 v power supply I mean ,even if i use a 24 V power supply,i'll drive the motor with PWM ,so by using 12V power supply voltage,i could only reach half motor capacities (velocity ,torque),but I believe it will work am I right?? will it work?
the problem is that i can't afford a 24 V power supply and i really want to buy this motor : http://www.robotmarketplace.com/products/ML-52-53.html
and if you can show an equivalent 12v dc motor (strong enough ,geared + encoder) ,i would be pleased
Have you considered what exactly you need (RPM and torque)?
the asnwer is :i have exactly 240 $
i'm very interested in the electric drills motors,but i'm scared that I couldn't mount an encoder on it easily(I've never done it before)
and what encoder to choose?