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Can you use a 24V battery on a 12V motor?

Can you use a 24V battery on a 12V motor?

Therefore, provided you chose a controller suitable for the motor you use, you can usually run a motor 12v motor from a 24v battery with no effect except that full speed is doubled.

Can you boost 12V with 24V?

No, not normally. Attaching the 24V battery to the 12V battery could easily cause the jumper wires to spark, melt, and probably explode the 12V battery. It’s very dangerous. You’d need 2 X 12V batteries connected in series to match the trucks 24V system safely and start the truck safely.

How many volts can a 12V motor handle?

12 V motor will work well with 12 V battery, and will be fine up to the maximum voltage the battery goes when fully charged. This means it will work well up to 14 V.

Which is better 12 volt or 24 volt trolling motor?

The 24 volt has more power usually and lasts longer in the wind than the 12 volt. The disadvantage to 24 volt is the price and the extra weight. Thank you Ty. By the way, great work on the big fish the other day.

Can a 12 volt motor run on 6 volts?

Same as with the motor, if you provide 6 V to 12 V motor, your motor will run on half of its rated speed and the torque will also reduce. Don’t put 12v to a 6v system and expect it to work for very long.

Can a 12v motor run on 5v?

Probably not. The motor will not have much torque, if any. Depending on the motor size the current draw will go up and is likely to be more than the charger can supply. 5Vdc is less than 1/2 the expected drive voltage of 12Vdc.

How fast is a 12 V motor?


Will a 9V battery power a 12v motor?

The 9V batteries are weak because the other half of the story is how much current they can supply. It’s possible to run a 12V motor on 9V, but it will run slower and with less Torque. …

Can I connect DC motor directly to battery?

You also can’t connect a DC generator directly to the battery either … because with no wind, the generator turns into a motor and you discharge the battery while making wind … which is probably not what you want.

Can you run a 12 volt DC motor on 18 volts?

No. You are applying too much voltage to the motor. This will cause too much current to flow, and in turn, burn out the motor. If it is rated for 12 volts, it should get at the most 10% more or 13.2 volts.

What happens if you plug a 12V into a 9V?

You can’t use a 12V adapter to power a 9V guitar pedal. A pedal that only handles 9V can be destroyed by using a 12V adapter. It’s possible for a power supply to ruin your pedal even if you get the voltage right.

How can I reduce 12V to 11v?

  1. To drop voltage from 12V to 10.5V using resistors then you can use 2 resistor in series.
  2. R2/(R2+R1) × 12V = 10.5V.
  3. Solving the equation gives:
  4. R2=7×R1.
  5. Therefore if you choose R1 to be 4.7kOhm, R2 wil be 33kOhms.

Can I use 12V instead of 9V?

In most cases, you cannot use a 12V adapter to power a 9V guitar pedal. Using a 12V adapter on a pedal designed to only handle 9V can completely destroy it. There are some guitar pedals built to handle voltages higher than 9V. Those pedals will work perfectly fine with a 12V adapter.

Can I use 12V for 10v?

No it’s not safe for the most of cases. There are two reasons. Since newer adapter has more terminal voltage therefore device is liable to draw more current and bad thing is that newer adapter is ready to provide more current. That’s why things will get worse.

What pedals can run at 12V?

I think all of the AMT pedals can run at 12v. Definitely the dirt pedals and the Japanese girl wah can. Neunaber pedals and the big box Maxon pedals. If it isn’t digital, most pedals can take 12V no sweat.

Can I use a 12V power supply on a 15V?

Onus : Assuming the polarity is correct, plugging in a 12V input to a device requiring 15V won’t do any damage, however if you undervolt an amplifier, you may get clipping or other distortion.

How do I reduce 12V to 15V?

The simplest way of doing 15V – 12V conversion is to use 4 power diodes connected in series.

Is it OK to use a higher voltage power supply?

2 Answers. Higher current (A) is okay because the device won’t use as much, but higher voltage (V) is going to “fry” it. Conversely, lower voltage is unlikely to cause damage since the device simply won’t have enough power, but lower current can cause trouble because the power supply cannot provide enough.