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Input Voltage: For a fixed load, the speed of the motor is affected by the applied voltage. Increase in voltage = increase in speed. Load Torque: For a fixed voltage, the speed of the motor is inversely affected by the load.

## What happens if you alter the voltage of a DC motor?

**Increasing voltage increases the RPM of the motor**, but what does increasing current do? Increasing Voltage, Increases the Current Pulled, which Increases the Strength of the coil, which increases the RPM AND Torque of the motor. They are all connected.

## Does voltage matter for motor?

The **voltage is the only matter variable when running a motor**. More voltage=More electromagnetic=more power=more torque. More current is not equal to more torque.

## Can low voltage damage a DC motor?

The simple answer to this question is that a DC motor run below its nominal voltage will be capable of a slower no-load speed and a lower stall torque. … Similarly, a DC motor run below nominal voltage will turn slower and produce less heat during operation, but that in **no way damages the motor**.

## How can the speed of a DC motor be controlled?

Thus, the speed of a DC motor can control in three ways: **By varying the flux**, and by varying the current through field winding. By varying the armature voltage, and the armature resistance. Through the supply voltage.

## Does higher voltage mean more torque?

**The higher the voltage, the higher the torque**. The voltage rating of a DC motor indicates the most efficient voltage while running. … Operating torque is the amount of torque the motor was designed to give and stall torque is the amount of torque produced when power is applied from stall speed.

## Does current or voltage make a motor faster?

In general if you double the voltage the current also doubles. The power will go up by 4 times (depending on the efficiency off the motor) so **your motor will go faster** (up until you break it). The speed of a motor is determined by the voltage and the torque by the current.

## What happens if you give a motor too much voltage?

**Overvoltage** occurs when the supply voltage rises above the rated voltage of the equipment or motor. The overvoltage can cause excessive current to flow as well as creating excessive voltage stresses.

## Is DC motor speed proportional to voltage?

DC motors are relatively simple machines: **when the load on the motor is constant, speed is proportional to supply voltage**. And when supply voltage is constant, speed is inversely proportional to the load on the motor.

## Why do motors burn in low voltage?

The reason is fairly simple. As the voltage level goes up, the current is reduced and lower current usually equates to less heat generation within the motor windings. … A low voltage **forces a motor to draw extra current to deliver the power expected of it thus overheating** the motor windings.