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DC 12V 50mA 5RPM 31Kg.cm High Torque Permanent Magnetic DC Gear Motor. My idea was to plug an ac dc adapter into the arduino board.
Im looking to programme a 12v motor to turn on for 1-2 several times a day (mains powered)
Im a complete novice so I looked it up and found an Arduino for dummies guide. It seems straight forward but it doesn't specify what kind of diode or transistor is to be used.
Can anyone please...
Thanks for the input. My initial plan of using a conventionalmotor turning a screw has developed into possibly using a stepper motor so i'm able to control how much rotation i need. If i go down this route could anyone suggest what items i need? As already mentioned Arduinos are...
I'm new to this forum and to the world of electronics.
I want to make an automated dog feeder using a screw conveyor system. Ill be using a 12v 5 rpm motor to turn the screw. I have 2 questions:
1. How would i connect it to a power source?
2. What could i use to programme it?