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Topic: Controlling the speed of a DC motor (Read 6838 times) previous topic - next topic


When  you say 1 rev / half hour, do you mean continuously spinning* but very slowly, or could it work if it was stationary for 29m 59s and then did a single turn to do what ever it's supposed to achieve?

(* if such a speed could be described as "spinning")

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Your answer may already be here: https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=384198.0


1 rev/0.5 hours = 2 revs /per hour = 0.033 rpm

This would have to be a geared motor.

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