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Old 03-26-2011, 05:26 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Mad Professor View Post
I would like to bench test the motor, can I test it with just a 12volt car battery, and how do I connect the motor?

As it is ment to be a series wound dc motor, for just testing is it a case of connecting battery (+) to A1, connecting A2 to D1, and then connecting D2 to the battery (-)?
That sounds right, I've used automotive jumper cables for testing motors, you don't want to use more then 12v for testing the motor unless it has a load as it can over speed the motor and damage it.
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