Since I am mostly interested in max torque output, and basically standstill operation. I would guess max RPM will be in the <100 range, what does higher voltage give in this regard?
Since P = U*I I was thinking that lowering the voltage could mean I could increase max amperage and thus get a higher max torque?
But this may also apply, P = I * I * R. And in that scenario the actual power loss in windings is NOT dependent on voltage, but on amperage and resistiance. This may actually answer my question, but I’d like to get it confirmed,
Since I have access to a server power supply that would provide 12V, 56A it would be nice if that supply would in fact suffice for a 6374 motor for instance. I am NOT interested in high revs, just holding torque. The alternative is to take two 12V supplies in series and thus get 24V, but it implies a bunch of problems with grounding etc. What will 24V give me that 12V doesn’t?