Re: Mach2 Slew Speed, Power, and Voltage Question #Mach2GTO


Roland Christen
 


Having a 24v system and not allowing for use of a 24v off the shelf battery (with charging) seems to be a poor design.
Where did you get this idea? You certainly can use a 24 volt battery with charging to power the Mach2.

Rolando


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From: Greg McCall <emailgregnow@...>
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Sent: Wed, Mar 31, 2021 8:22 pm
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 Slew Speed, Power, and Voltage Question #Mach2GTO

I was more hoping by now a more specific answer was available as I've never seen a manufacturer not have an actual specification for their equipment.
Having a 24v system and not allowing for use of a 24v off the shelf battery (with charging) seems to be a poor design.
12v or 24v are usually nominal voltage based historically on a car or truck battery systems. (with an appropriate voltage range for charging and discharging batteries)
Using a mixture of batteries to get close to the voltage is just not practical. 

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Roland Christen
Astro-Physics

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