Hi everyone, I am in a situation where I need to run two 3000RPM, 24V, 15A DC motors from one 24V, 23A switching DC power supply, rated at 600W. Firstly, the power supply has three sets of DC outputs and one set of AC inputs. By sets I mean one positive and one negative. This means I can power three different circuits from it. What I am confused about is how much power each of the motors can receive if they are connected to separate ports. Will I get 24V, 23A at each port? Or will the voltage be same but the current shared across the motors? The second thing is, if each motor receives only half the current (11.5 amps), and 24V, what effect will that have on the performance of the motors? Will it decrease their max RPM or torque or both, and by estimated how much? I am a complete beginner in electrical engineering so please go easy on me... Thank you very much for all your time!