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Radio controlled car devolopment....

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hi is there any way to build a wireless car back wheel driven with seperate motors for the two back wheels using a 24v battery....pls help i'm in an urgency to complete this one...
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nirmal_rockin said:
hi is there any way to build a wireless car back wheel driven with seperate motors for the two back wheels using a 24v battery....pls help i'm in an urgency to complete this one...
thanks...
Are you refering to build a toy car or a Real car?
 

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pranam77 said:
Are you refering to build a toy car or a Real car?
Not a toy car actually.....
i'm takin part in a robotics competition in our college. where we have to push the opponents car into a pit.. so the car needs a lot of torque...so i've decided to use two 24v motors...Can you help me how to design the schematic for the car.. i have a 27.5 mhz remote....

pls help i'm totally new to electronics.....
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It is not so mandatory to use 24 volts. You can have good torque even using 6 volts geared motors driven with 6 volts battery. Another vital point is to maintain a good grip to the surface in addition to the torque. Good luck
 

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