Wiring 2 way motor on remote...

Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by kyo, Oct 27, 2003.

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  1. kyo

    kyo New Member

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    Trying to rig a low speed motor to turn both directions, which is controlled with a remote.

    Looking to keep it small obviously..

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Kyle (Kyo)
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    i dont know what the #@$% your project is but to make the motor run both ways you simply trade the + for the - to oppose the one direction.
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    all i said was what the heck your...
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    wire two switches to the motor.one switch, wire one way and the other the opposite way. (the opposite polarity)(+ and -)(red and black wires)then mount the servo to turn one switch on so that you can turn it on when you pull the triger on the Transmiter (`remote``).or when you push the stick forward ,wich ever kind you have.and have the switch turn off when you let go of it.you will need what are called Momentary ,Push button switches.and just do the same for the other switch to turn the motor the opposite way.so that when you pull back the stick or push the trigger back.depending on witch kind of a `remote` you have.

    any questions just ask.
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