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Toy Motor, Dc Motor, Round, With Wires And Alligator Clips

Small but powerful motor for DIY projects and scientific experiments.
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Round Toy Motor with Wire and Alligator Clips

General Information

The Round Toy Motor with Wire and Alligator Clips is an excellent tool for DIY projects and scientific experiments. It is particularly useful for students who need to build toy cars or other projects that require a small, yet powerful motor. The motor is compact and lightweight, making it easy to handle and install.

Key Features

  • Compact and lightweight design
  • 2.0mm diameter shaft with an overall length of 38mm
  • Operates on DC voltage between 1.5V and 3.0V
  • No-load speed of 9100rpm at 1.5V and 16400rpm at 3.0V
  • Max efficiency speed of 6990rpm at 1.5V and 13200rpm at 3.0V
  • Max efficiency torque of at 1.5V and at 3.0V
  • Max efficiency output of 0.43W at 1.5V and 1.16W at 3.0V
  • Works fine with one or two batteries

Product Specifications:

Motor size 15 * 20 * 25 MM
Overall shaft length 38 MM
Exposed shaft 7.5 MM up to 8 MM
Shaft diameter 2.0 MM
Operating Voltage DC 1.5 V to DC 3.0 V
No load speed 9100 rpm (1.5V) / 16400 rpm (3.0V)
No load current 200 mA (1.5V) / 230 mA (3.0V)
Max Efficiency Speed 6990 rpm (1.5V) / 13200 rpm (3.0V)
Max Efficiency Current 660 mA (1.5V) / 950 mA (3.0V)
Max Efficiency Torgue 6 (1.5V) / 8.6 (3.0V)
Max Efficiency Output 0.43 Watt (1.5V) / 1.16 Watt (3.0V)
Stall Torque 26 (1.5V) / 44 (3.0V)
Stall Current 2.2 Amps (1.5V) / 3.92 Amps (3.0V)
Motor Weight about 16.3 g (Without wire and clip: 27 g)
Wire length 12 inches or 30 cm

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Perfect for student projects, DIY projects, and scientific experiments.
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Model: DC140RACLIP
  • Brand: MiniScience