According to http://www.aveox.com/DC.aspx" [Broken] The way to calculate the output of a DC motor in kRPMs is the formula(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

RPM of motor: kRPM = (V - RmI) / Kb

V= Voltage

Rm = Terminal Resistance

I = Current

Kb = Voltage Constant (V/kRPMs)

This insinuates that an increase in amperage leads to a decrease in RPMs? How is that Possible?

I know that Current:Torque and Voltage:Speed, but isnt Voltage = I*R, so an increase in current should consequently lead to an incresed voltage?

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# DC Motor RPM Equation Confusion

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