I am wondering how to choose a DC-DC converter for a motor.
This is a theoretical question for understanding.
For example, if I have a converter that can output 5V with a maximum current of 1A. Assume the input voltage was 24V and the converter can have a max input voltage of 40V
If the motor, requires 5V and has a rated current of 0.2A, then assuming for a thumb rule, the inrush current was 10x the rated current so 2A). This converter would not be suitable, would it?
Hence how do you select a DC-DC converter for driving motors with the inrush current?
I am currently doing a project that involves a lot of components (can't show the circuit, unfortunately) and so multiple motors, etc but I was unsure on how to choose the DC-DC converter to supply the motors.