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Topic: [Solved] Arduino + 5V DC relay + 6V DC pump (Read 9464 times) previous topic - next topic

larryd

I have a pump like this, 5 Volts will not damage this pump.
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beingobserver

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Aug 04, 2013, 04:50 am Last Edit: Aug 04, 2013, 05:00 am by beingobserver Reason: 1
Friends, how can we share "high ampers" in a circuit?

Is it like breadboard's power channel ? And all parts getting from there?

larryd

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Friends, how can we share "high ampers" in a circuit?

Electronic components draw the current they do based on the resistance they have.
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beingobserver

I want to share the news.

I found another 7.2V - 250A adaptor, and it was the same weak vibration without any spinning.

Then i opened the cover and remove the silicone tube. Without that tubing, It is working so fast!

I think the tube is so thick and don't let the motor work. Asked the seller but i don't think he will give me a solution.

Maybe i would try another silicon tubes. Bad luck.

BillieBricks

A sort of lubricant for silicone would do the trick. Used the peristaltic pumps in my setup and had the same sort of problem. First disassembled the pump head and the tubing was jammed in between the rollers... When I fixed that the pump started to turn, but very slowly. Though the motor runs very fast when removed from the pump head... After injecting the pump head with a lubricant the motor ran at a nice speed ;)
See if that works...

beingobserver

Thank you BillieBricks, i haven't seen your post.

Solved the problem by your help. ;)

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