Schematic for voltage drop (From 12VDC to 6VDC ) Answered
Hi all ^^
I am fixing a cassette deck ,but i am facing a problem.
The original motor runs on 12 Volts DC ,but it is dead .
I bought a new motor from the same company and with the same specifications (2400RPM).
The problem is that it runs on 6Volts and not on 12Volts, as the original is .
Since the deck is old ,this is as close as i can get to finding a motor .
The motor itself has a circuit within it ,that keeps the voltage and the RPM constant . So even if the voltage drops, this does not affect performance . If i use 12Volts ,I might destroy the circuit . If i use resistors to lower the voltage only ,then it does not have enough electrical current . Those motors need to draw freely electrical current ,since they draw more current when they are stressed ,so that they can keep spinning constantly at the same speed .This is why i need a schematic to lower the voltage ,but i don't know where to find one .
The 12VDC comes from the main board of the cassette deck .
I have a service manual that i can publish if needed .
Thanks and best regards ,