I have an analog motor controller that has a B10K potentiometer on it. I'd like to be able to swap out the analog potentiometer for a digital one, but I'm not exactly sure what voltage is being sent to the original potentiometer as I don't have the spec sheets for it.
My current specifications, which work as a prototype, are:
- Power supply: 48V 4A transformer, connected to... - Variable speed DC PWM Motor Controller which controls... - A 130V 1A max DC motor.
I'm fine with the power and speed that 48V gives me, but do I need to specifically look for a digital potentiometer that can handle high voltages, or would a standard 10K digital pot work?