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No, the power dissipated in the motor, P = V * I, that is not a constant, the constant is the resistance of the motor coils, I = V / R, so the current will increase with voltage. It is pretty obvious that the current must increase with increasing voltage, not decrease as you have it. You say, "The only downside is the increased voltage will cause the motor to heat", the reason for that is that it is driving more current through it! Another formula for the power dissipated in a resistive load: P = I^2 * R
I like it! I'm planning a similar thing myself.One thing though: your calculation of the current at the higher voltage appears to assume the power will remain constant, why would that be? Surely a higher voltage will cause in increase in current and therefore power...
Nice, I like the way you left a slot for the... um... belt. clip. on. the. torch! LoL.Seriously though, nice idea, I may well use it.
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