We are looking for an electro-(wo)man who can help us in controlling several motors, all connected to one power-supply.
Situation as we see it (see picture):
One motor works at 4,8-9,6V, 2A.
Two other, smaller, motors work at 3 to 9V, 0,6A.
The smaller motors work 'together' in such a way that it should be assumed they always revolve in a similar speed.
What we want:
1. We want the big motor, as well as the two smaller motors to be controlled by Hall-sensors, so we get accurate speed at all time. Both speeds (big and both two smaller motors) should be adjustable by pot-meters/adjustable resistors.
2. Secondly, we want all three motors start slowly, and gain speed until they reach the predefined maximum speed (as set by the two pot-meters, respectively for the big motor and the smaller motor).
Power-supply: please tell us what type of adapter we need to buy.
Motors, wheels: we already have these, so _we only want the electronics_!
If you need more info, please tell us!
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