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# What are the factors that control the speed of a DC motor?

## What are the factors that control the speed of a DC motor?

Thus, there are three general methods of speed control of D.C. Motors.

• Resistance variation in the armature circuit: This method is called armature resistance control or Rheostat control.
• Variation of field flux Ф This method is called field flux control.
• Variation of the applied voltage.

## How do you slow down dc motor speed?

Thus, the speed of a DC motor can be controlled in three ways:

1. By varying the supply voltage.
2. By varying the flux, and by varying the current through the field winding.
3. By varying the armature voltage, and by varying the armature resistance.

## How can we change the speed of a DC motor using PWM?

If such a signal is fed to a DC motor, we can change the speed of the motor by changing the duty cycle of the PWM signal. The change in pulse width is created by increasing the on-time (HIGH value) of the pulse while reducing the off-time (LOW value) by the same amount so that the frequency of the signal is constant.

## Can a l298n driver control two DC motors?

L298N H-bridge motor driver module is use to control two DC motor or a single bipolor stepper motor. By using this module you can control direction and speed of DC motors. This module support 5 to 35 volt DC.

## How to control the speed of a DC motor?

I try to control the speed of a DC motor with a L298N shield but it doesn’t work very well. Here is my scheme : The power comes from a transfo with an adjustable voltage of ~7v 1.0 Amp. I don’t care about the sens of rotation, so I set IN1 to 5v and IN2 to the ground, is it right to do it like that ?

## Why is the PWM pin on my DC motor not working?

But the problem is that the motor is only going at max speed. PWM pin doesn’t work for some reason. I heard many people had some problem but haven’t found the solution yet.

## Why is the l298n used in the Arduino?

That’s because the l298n library are used for the arduino or other microcontroller that have hardware PWM in their systems. The library using hardware pwm by generating pulses and make variations of the cyclic rapport aka “alpha” .