#1
So I was messing around with a motor from my old Xmod rc car. I hooked it to a 9v battery and got some pretty cool sounds. Here comes the problem, to stop the sound I'd have to disconnect the battery. My idea is to put a momentary switch in there so I can just press a button instead of disconnecting a the battery. Would it be as simple as
(Battery +)>>>>(switch)>>>>(motor)>>(battery -)? If not, help me out.
#2
wrong fourm

but yea that would work
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#3
works

but it's better to

(bat -) ---- (switch) ---- motor --- (bat +)

current always flows negative to positive..
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#4
Quote by josuetijuana
works

but it's better to

(bat -) ---- (switch) ---- motor --- (bat +)

current always flows negative to positive..

Doh, was in a bit of a rush to post this, that's what I meant
#5
Quote by josuetijuana
works

but it's better to

(bat -) ---- (switch) ---- motor --- (bat +)

current always flows negative to positive..
no, it isn't. it makes absolutely no difference whether the current flows through the switch first or the motor first.
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#6
im pretty sure i read this totally wrong, but, and insult me in whatever which way..

but when you remove the battery, arent you cutting the power, and thats why it stops. like saying my phone turns off when the battery is out, i just wanna get on the same page here. or is the battery just completing the circuit, **** im lost here, cheers to the the peeps you are replying to this, i suck
#7
Quote by ninjasnpirates
im pretty sure i read this totally wrong, but, and insult me in whatever which way..

but when you remove the battery, arent you cutting the power, and thats why it stops. like saying my phone turns off when the battery is out, i just wanna get on the same page here. or is the battery just completing the circuit, **** im lost here, cheers to the the peeps you are replying to this, i suck

When you remove the battery you ARE cutting the power, that's what is supplying power to what ever device it's connected to. You're not lost at all. I just want to put a switch between the battery and motor so that I can cut the stop the circuit from being completed.
#8
Your diagram should work. What are you using this for, out of curiosity?
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#9
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Your diagram should work. What are you using this for, out of curiosity?

Just for some ****s and giggles really. At first I thought it would work like an Ebow, which it doesn't because it's not and Ebow. I thought it just sounded pretty cool with a lot of effects and distortion.
#10
Kewl. Sounds like it'd be fun to play with.
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