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Without knowing the maximum current your motors will need then its impossible to say. Lots of H-Bridhe chips can do 60v. So Voltage ain't the problem - its all about current.
You don't want to make your own motor driver, just trust me. Especially not one for 35A . . .
You don't want to make your own motor driver, just trust me. Especially not one for 35A . . .You want to buy battle-bot grade motor drivers. It's pricey, but thats the cost of making a large robot.you can buy some from here:http://www.robotmarketplace.com/store.htmlAnd other places if you search around . . .
Oh, and do I want to base the motor/speed controller's specs based off the motor's AMps, or the Battery's Ah?
I am about to purchase two 12V 18AH sealed lead acid batteries for two 24v Wheelchair motors,
And if I were to base the motor driver specs off of the motors, would I take each individual motor's amp and add them or keep them for the driver. For example, I have two 24v motors /w 10A, do I want a 10A motor driver, or a 20A motor driver.
Would a better bet just getting 8 20A relays?
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