Hello. My project is to open two doors above my fireplace in order to reveal a TV. Each door is 24" wide (36" high) and each weighs about 4lbs. I need help figuring out what kind of motor to get in order to move a belt driven actuator. I already have this working with a 25" screw-drive linear actuator, which came with a DC motor attached to it. I have a separate actuator for each door. Anyway, I simply apply 12V to the two motor wires and the actuator moves in one direction. When I reverse the polarity, it moves in the other. I also put in a limit switch since I need the actuator to travel a distance shorter than 25". It works quite well but the actuator is insanely loud and I am looking to replace it with a belt-drive linear actuator like this one: V-Slot™ Mini V Linear Actuator Bundle I am assuming that the belt-drive linear actuator will be much quieter than the existing screw-drive one that I have. The v-slot mini-v bundle has an option to include a stepper motor but that seems too complex for my needs. Keeping in mind that I would like something that isn't too noisy, what kind of motor should I get to hook into this bundle? Hopefully there will only be two wires on the motor to supply power to and the motor can move the actuator over a span of 24" in less than 10 seconds. I appreciate any help! Thank you.