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Need to stop between forward and reverse?
February 6, 2018
7:32 am
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If I have the motor move forward at full speed, and then want it to move backwards, do I need to stop the motor in between?  I mean, I wouldn’t throw my car in reverse before stopping it first….

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Diane

February 6, 2018
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Hi

You don’t need to stop the motor between going forwards and backwards electric motors can handle that.

However, a rapid change like that will draw a lot more power for a fraction of a second (as the motor swaps)

If your batteries are going flat, this sudden draw of power could cause Edison to reset, but other then that it should be fine

February 7, 2018
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Thanks! 

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