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This motor has 250Rpm at 12V and 30:1 reduction rate. Encoder, which is at backside of the motor, provides you to increase your motors turning speed and Rpm. So motors can be used at sensible systems. Motor axle output is 6mm D shaft. Motor draws 300mA it it's not loaded. Forced torc is 8kg/cm.
Usage of Encoder :
Encoders can be used at motor systems and give turning speed of the motor. Encoders can be used for learn Rpm of the motor at a time period or mapping systems. Internal encoders have 64 CPR resolution. Motor gear rate is 30:1, so when motor completed a tour, 1920 pulse is received from motor.
- Black: Motor Power
- Red : Motor Power
- Blue : Vcc(Supply) Voltage of Encoder(3.5V-20V)
- Green : GND(Ground) cable of encoder
- Yellow : Output of sensor at A channel
- White : Output of sensor at B channel
Operation voltage of hall effect sensors, which on magnetical encoder system, is 3.5V-20V. Draw 10mA current. A and B outputs are 90° phase difference square waves from 0V to Vcc. Frequency of the transition gives you speed of the motor. Sensor connection cables are exuded. You can see A and B outputs from osiloscope screen which is shown is below:
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Forced Torc (12V)
Forced Current (12V)
These motors begin to turn at 1V, but recommended voltage level is 12V.
Through 6 M3 screw montage holes which are at the front side of the motor, you can immobilize your motor. You can use 37D Metal Motor Grippers for immobilizing. These grippers are compatble with motors.
You can view technical design of this motor below. Reductor dimension,which is shown as X, is 22m for 19:1 and 29:1 motors, 24mm for 50:1 and 67:1 motors and 26.5mm for 100:1 and 131.12 motors.
- Dimensions : 37Dx64L
- Weight : 212.61 gr
- Mil Shaft Diameter: 6mm
- Reduction Rate: 30:1
- Speed (12V) : 350 Rpm
- Idle Current (12V) : 300 mA
- Compulsion Curret (12V) : 5 A
- Forced Torc (12V) : 8 kg/cm
- 64 CPR Encoder