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Can I safely operate a DC motor at 40% higher voltage than nominal?

For an ideal motor, the voltage controls the speed, and the current controls the torque. Limiting the current only incidentally affects the speed if the load happens to have a suitable torque/speed ...
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Can I safely operate a DC motor at 40% higher voltage than nominal?

If you use the correct battery type for the application, you will not have a problem. 4S LFP is a drop-in replacement for 12-volt systems, so the problem will be avoided. Lipos are mainly used for ...
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