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Old 08-17-2011, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default Wiring dual batteries in a dual motor starter box, a little help?

I have 2x brand new nimh batteries sitting here and was wondering how I would wire it up to work with dual batteries. It's set up for gel cell but I just have these things sitting here. I searched but couldn't find a really good diagram, anyone using one could throw up a clear pic would be greatly appreciated or explain it to me lol..Here is my starter box..
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+ --------------- + Motor
Battery 1
Battery 2
- -------------- - Motor

This will double the voltage of a single battery and is called "series wiring"
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