# How to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor

how to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor easy at home using few simple steps with the help of video and circuit diagram.

## How to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor

In this project we learn how to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor easy at home using few simple steps with the help of video and circuit diagram. for making this project we need some components.
 How to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor

Components:
• DC Motor 24v or 775motor
• 24 SWG Wire
• Some screw dirvers
• Plier (plass)
Normally 24v motor dose not work on 5 volt. because for running this motor we need high power voltage and current. its specially design for high voltage. but we convert it as our desire voltage.
we chose 24 swg because 24 SWG wire start working on 0.6 ampere.
now following few steps and make same.
 High speed dc motor winding circuit diagram
• 1st open dc motor and remove old winding from armature.
• This time DC motor wind with 16 swg wire. 16 swg work on 5.46 ampere. so its dose not work on 5v.
• Now simple replace old winding with 24 swg wire winding.
• Each armatures core 40 turn and after 40 turn connect wire with hook of armatures.
• 2nd time again 40 turn and connect wire with hook of armatures.
• 3rd time again 40 last turn and connect again wire with hook of armatures.
• And finally last wore connect with 1st wire. like diagram.
we learn it more batter with watching video.

## Video of how to convert 24v dc motor into 5v high speed dc motor:

Some basic question and answers:

## Whats basic logic with wire gauge with dc motor?

basically each wire has different value of current. if we use low current wire then its work on low current. but if we use high current wire then its work on high current.
for example in 775 motor wind with 16 SWG wire so its dose not work on 5v power (mobile charger) but when we replace this wire with 24 SWG then its working very well.

## How do you determine the current rating of a wire?

Normaly we calculate current rating using this formula
Amperage = Current Density * Cross-section Area.
but you can easily find wire current using this current rating chart

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