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RC for two DC motors 12 – 24 V, 180-300 W, 50 rpm

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  • #2893

    Sam Bearing
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    Hello dear SuperDroid,

    My robot will have 2 DC reversible motors.

    Could you please to recommend me P-n-P RC system for two DC motors 12V 180W and 50 rpm and motors as well?

    #2897

    SuperDroid
    Keymaster

    The motors should only have one volt rating, I assume its 24V and at 12V it will he half power. Power(watts) = I(amps) * Voltage. So a 300W motor/24V will draw =12.5Amps. So a Sabertooth 2×12 RC will work, but it be maxed out if you max out the motors. So a better bet would be to get a Sabertooth 2×25 or 2×32. The 2×12 RC is meant for RC only. The others you just plug 2 of these servo pigtails into the receiver and sabertooth. The orange wires go to S1 and S2, red wire to 5V, and the brown to ground/0V. The sabertooth will power the receiver with 5V. If you don’t want to power the receiver with 5V, then don’t hook up the red wires to 5V. Set the dip switches to RC mode per the manual and you are good to go. If you don’t have a radio system, we sell Spectrum RC systems, which work real well.

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    #2903

    Sam Bearing
    Participant

    Thank you so much. Fast, smart and friendly advice.

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