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TSF2 du Glacier des Bossons
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Novembre 8, 1960
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Technics, old lifts, model cableway building.

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  1. Dans le sujet : TCD8 Aurore

    05 mai 2020 - 13:26

    Voir le messageJibe73, le 05 mai 2020 - 12:41 , dit :

    Le coup du branchement en serie des moteurs, franchement, je suis très sceptique.
    Vu que tes moteurs ne sont pas liés mécaniquement, à chaque fois que l'un va forcer, sa résistance va changer et perturber l'alimentation des autres, au risque de les griller.
    Pour moi c'est une mauvaise solution.
    Il vaudrait mieux les alimenter en parallèle à leurs tension nominale.
    Sorry, you are absolutely eight and many thanks for the correction !!! :wacko:
    My old brain did´nt think at the different loads during the transport through the stations. I use the serial wiring at two motored model locomotives, their load is rather equal why it works there so please forget my idea as fast as possible... ;)
  2. Dans le sujet : TCD8 Aurore

    04 mai 2020 - 20:29

    Voir le messagetcd6 du vieux moulin, le 04 mai 2020 - 19:42 , dit :

    J'ai également testé les petits moteurs en série et il y en a qu'un seul qui tourne et très vite, donc la je comprend pas...
    Please check every of the small motors single connected at the multimeter; if they would be ok all of them should show ~ the same resistance value. A resistance value of 1 show a short circuited motor.
    When with series wiring only one motor is running and that much to fast it get too high current so the other motors must be defective so the one running motor get the full current instead a quarter if it.
  3. Dans le sujet : TCD8 Aurore

    04 mai 2020 - 11:58

    Disconnect the DOGA motor´s two cables and check them with the multimeter´s resiszance function. This type of motor has only one rotator wiring that could be damaged, the fixed part is a permanent magnet. Also check if the motor really fits 24 volt, all thts motors based at car wiper types and maybe you got the wrong one...
  4. Dans le sujet : TCD8 Aurore

    03 mai 2020 - 15:26

    I think the 20 mAh is a pure phantasy value from the motor manufacturer when the motor is running without any kind of load.
    But the 1,5 A are unrealistic too cause that would be the maximum possible value for only a second before the motor will get destroyed.

    At my experiences with this small motors i would think at ~ 0,5 A when working at maximum load. Surely you also could wire more then 4 motors in series too for resulting a lower speed which would allow speed steps for acceleration/deceleration purposes.

    Check the Doga motor with the multimeter´s resistance measuring function (ohm) , when no current passes the motor i fear that it had been burnt through and died.
    Also check with the multimeter´s voltage function if your transformer really deliver the correct 24 V for this motor with and without the 6 V motors working before connecting a new one.
  5. Dans le sujet : TCD8 Aurore

    03 mai 2020 - 11:41

    Surely the 6 v motors would need much bigger (ore more of them to share the work) converters but you also would have the possibility to spare them too. When you wire every four of the 6 V motors as a group in series (4x6V=24V) you could connect them directly at 24 V DC without using the secondary converters.

    But i also have no idea why the DOGA - motor began to smoke when the 24-12-6V converters failed cause if they would cause a short circuit the 24V current should became lower in this case... :unsure:

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    lux 

    25 mai 2008 - 20:04
    Bravo a Petz pour ses magnifiques remontées mécaniques miniatures présentées sur son site web!
    C'est surement les meilleurs du monde!
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