I thought a cordless drill motor with a two speed gearbox would be perfect for the beefy peristaltic pump I'm building. 300RPM on low, lots of torque, use the chuck to spin the roller wheel. Just use my 12V 10A power supply. Piece of cake....I thought.
I did some searching and it seems the problem is, if I understand it correctly, the wrong kind or not beefy enough power supply.
The motor is RS-550VC-8022. It's from a very lightly used Hitachi cordless drill. I was excited because I owned this exact tool years ago and worked it hard, wearing out three batteries and the drill was still going strong.
I need this motor to turn on full power for maybe 10-20 seconds four time a day. It will startup under a load.
If I have this right and need a different power supply, could I get a recommendation?