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Author Topic: is there a way to make a dc motor not take more current when it is loaded?  (Read 2716 times)

Offline shimondoodkin

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i have done an experiment
i have took 3 toy motors
one from old tape it is little havy and two small identical from cd players

i have found that when the small motors where coupled together.
5.2  volt was connected to one and the other acted as generator and produced 3 volts.
i saw that the faster it rotated the higher the voltage it produced.
so i tried to cupple small motor so it will turn the the old tape motor.
and it the input voltage was 4 volt and the output was between 5 to 6 volt

i have connected the output to other small motor.

i was excited but it was short. because i have not mesured the current.
the input current was 200mA and the output was 30ma as the motor takes at rest.

is there a way to make it work overunity?

i remember some proposed no load generators.

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Offline hartiberlin

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Try a Peter Lindemann

Good luck.
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