Right Angle Geared TT Hobby Motor

Stock code: 2547
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Description

AttributeValue
Operating voltage 3V to 6V (4.5V nominal).
Speed 90RPM (approx).
No load current 200mA (approx).
Stall current 1.25A (approx).

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Q:
How could I control the speed of the motor?
Asked by: Mark Harvey
A:

Hi Mark, You can use a microcontroller to then send a PWM signal to the motors which can then be used to control the speed. Examples of using PWM can be found on line and you can even use our line following buggy and the BBC micro:bit. 

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
12-May-17

Q:
Is this waterproof? If not, how would I waterproof it without blocking air flow? Thank you.
Asked by: Bradley
A:

Hi Bradley, The motor won’t be waterproof and the solder tags also are exposed so placing this in water wouldn’t be a great idea. It would also be quiet difficult to place a chasing around the motor without restricting the air flow or the shaft of the motor, unfortunately we don’t have any recommendations for this.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
24-Apr-17

Q:
Is the cable to connect to a controller included or does it need to be soldered on?
Asked by: Lorrainbow
A:

You would need to solder the cable to the motor terminal, this would then be used to connect to the motor controller.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
30-Mar-16

Q:
Please could you tell me the shaft diameter of this motor.
Asked by: Hayley McArthur
A:
The shaft diameter is 5.4mm at the widest point. It isn't round though it's a D shape. There's a technical drawing on the product page which gives the full dimensions.
Answered by: Aaron Sturman
16-Jun-14

Q:
Please can you tell me what is the peak current draw of these motors so that I can select suitable transistor to drive?
Asked by: NW5298
A:
Hello, The no load current is around 200mA and the stall current is around 1.25A. I real life application will be somewhere in between. I would work on the stall figure to be safe.
Answered by: Aaron Sturman
27-May-14

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