Hi, This is My first post and I'm hoping to get some really good feed back. I am working on a really cool project and am having trouble with the power supply. I have done soooooooo much research and have found nothing for what I need.
I am using 8 (380) kg.cm servo motors -High Torque Servo 380kg.cm Steel Gear for Robot Mechanical Arm 12-24V US-. I am trying to find a battery and circuit that will work. It states that each motor has a no load of 500mA and requires 12 to 24 volts. I think I want 24 volts because I want to lift as much weight as possible. Do I need a regulator or resistors? I think this means that I need a battery with at least 4,000 mA and 192 volts. But the volts total doesn't seem right. I plan on adding more to the project later on so I want a battery with more mA. But will that then burn out the motors if there is too much? Do I need resistors there for now? These are just a few of my question but I would be great if someone could answer them. LINKS WOULD BE AMAZONG!!! Anything will help.
Parameters: - Working voltage: DC12-24V - No load current: <500mA - Maximum torque(actual measurement): 380kg.cm(24V) ;1764N.cm(24V) ;90kg.cm(12V) ;882N.cm(12V) - Angular velocity: 0.5s/60degree, when 24V;1.0s/60degree, when 12V - Rotation angle: 330 degree MAX. (0-360 degree, adjustable) - Input mode: PWMIN is PWM signal; ADIN is analog voltage signal(potentiometer) - Pulse signal input range: 0.5ms-2.5ms for all "multi channal controller", 1ms-2ms for drone remote controller, SCM program, Arduino, etc. - Voltage signal input range: 0-5V - Control accuracy: 0.32 degree - Weight: 530g - Gear material" Steel - Size: 95.5*60.5*102.6mm - Application: Robot, mechanical arm, other high torque control area - Power input: DC12-24V - Motor output: 12-24V