I have a demo that spins a motor, but the leads on my motor broke. I happen to have another motor lying around that I'd like to swap in, but it's of a different type. Here's my circuit:
This is the old (broken) motor: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11696. It has an operating voltage range of 1.0 to 3.0V DC and a no load speed of 6600±10% RPM (@1.0V DC, 110mA).
The new motor that I'd like to use is part of this kit: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12866. It's a 6VDC motor with a No Load Speed of 90±10rpm and a No Load Current of 190mA(max.250mA).
I'm running this off a Sparkfun Redboard, which is UNO R3 compatible.
Can I swap in the new motor without any circuit changes? Will I have to add additional power for the new motor? Or should I change the circuit with a larger resistor or something else?