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From: John Popelish
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Subject: Re: 12 vdc to 6vdc @ 30amps
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 01:50:50 GMT
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"Michael B. Williams" wrote:
> I have a need to convert 12vdc to 6vdc from a motorcycle battery to
> drive a electric motor which could pull up to 30 amps.
> 1.) Is there a off the shelf converter that I could buy to do this?
> 2.) Could some one show me a schematic so that I could build it
> all suggestion are welcome
> Michael B.
I once made a very compact 12 to 6 volt converter to run a 6 volt
trolling motor at half speed. I think it drew something like 10
amps. The converter fit in a match box and consisted of 7 parts. It
doesn't regulate, but it is very simple and rugged. I think a 30 amp
version would fit in a 4 cubic inch volume. Are you interested?
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