This is a HS540 high torque DC motor. Operating voltage: 6V - 12V. Axle diameter: 3.2mm. Typical Speed: 19500RPM. Typical Current: 4.7A. Inlcudes two mounting holes for M3 bolts. Suitable for a wide range of applications requiring large amounts of torque for traction including industrial applications.
- Operating voltage: 6V - 12V.
- Anti-clockwise rotation.
- 47W output.
- 3-pole motor.
- Two mounting holes.
- 1 x HS540 High Torque Motor.
- Length: 50mm.
- Diameter: 35.8mm.
- Axle Length: 9mm.
- Axle Diameter: 3.2mm.
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Hi Harjee, Currently we don’t stock a mounting bracket/clip for this motor. We do stock a mounting clip which can be used with another high torque motor, https://kitronik.co.uk/products/c2507-motors-high-torque https://kitronik.co.uk/products/2505-plastic-motor-mounting-clips-pack-of-10
Hi John, It sounds like when the motor is initially turned on there is a spike in the current it draws, this then causes the power supply to shutdown to protect the circuit from overload. It will then detected that the current spike has gone and apply power again. This would then result in the pulsing motor you have described. However it is slightly difficult to recommend a fix as we don’t know what other circuitry you are using and how the motor is connected.