Applied General & Particle Physics, Hydrogen Energy and Renewable Power Research
Physics Demonstration Project
A physics demonstration project is underway designed to prove a theoretical formula.
Currently Needs: <12V DC electric motor speed control dashboard preferably as small as possible, to enable ease of attachment to existing mechanical hardware. Two Dashboards are needed to include the following switches/dials. Below are links to each dashboard item page showing what parts are currently in hand and discussion/comments/questions about whether the parts in hand are suitable, which goes with which etc for the various tasks at hand.
Dashboard 1 will be suitably mounted directly on/adjacent/nearby to the support frame for the DC motor.
Dashboard 2 will be remote from the DC motor and will display the RPM for the DC motor to a remote operator.
It could be possible to mount everything on a remote dashboard but that seems to be extra work. Adhering to the Keep It Simple (KISS) protocol it will be best for only the Digital RPM display to be remotely displayed since only that one on Dashboard 2 is mandatory.
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