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Do you think that light can be used in a robot? It would be a shame to waste it if it can be used on one.
A hard limit is 40v. Listed as 12-30v nominal. Fully charged 8s is 33.6v. Fully charged 10s is 42v.
42 > 40
Ahhhh, sorry. my noobness is showing now! After posting I was thinking about it at work and wondered that maybe the mount held the motor tight enough
Something falling over at the end of a robot test video is the mark of a proper robot test video. Looks great man, well done!
A 1000W 36V rated motor would be a 620W motor on 30V, still useable for a heavyweight drive, but on the low end.
Motors can be undervolted as well as overvolted. Since 8S is ~30V it wouldn't be too drastic a reduction.
@Harry, I thought the Rage Bridge 2 input range was 8v - 40v? If only 8s can be supplied how would that work with 36v motors?
Well, I know I haven't updated for a long time, but I really have been 'beavering' away in my spare time. Big thanks to Tim the Plumber for his help and