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reduce speed of a DC geared motor
Last Post 30 Oct 2013 05:36 PM by ajinkya. 1 Replies.
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isha jain
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16 Oct 2013 08:09 AM
    guys! i have a DC geared motor, 400 rpm. it has got an inbuilt shaft attached. (the shaft can be removed in case one wants). the shaft is attached to another shaft of slightly larger diameter. this larger shaft can also be removed in case you want.

    now, i have manufactured a wheel with a central hole of exactly same inner diameter just as outer diameter of larger shaft. and so, i get an assembly where wheel rotates.

    how do i reduce speed of motor?
    PS: i am already using a transformer + a knob type regulator (just as you have in fans)!!
    please reply!
    ajinkya
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    30 Oct 2013 05:36 PM
    is it series motor or shunt.
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