This 224:1 gearmotor (gearbox with brushed DC motor) has a low-current motor and provides power and speed that is comparable to an RC servo at a fraction of the cost.
This 224:1 gearmotor (gearbox with brushed DC motor) is a great low-cost alternative to modified hobby servos or Tamiya gearboxes. The low-current motor is a perfect match for our qik 2s9v1 dual serial motor controller, and the compact size makes this unit an attractive choice for small robot designs.
This gearmotor comes pre-assembled, with the gears fully enclosed. There are built-in mounting holes, and the output shaft is 7mm in diameter with two sides flattened (the “D” output is not meant to be used). A built-in safety clutch engages at approximately 60 oz-in.
Compatible products include a custom-molded GMPW plastic wheel, and the Solarbotics GMW motor mount, which can be used as a wheel itself or as a mounting point for other wheels or mechanisms. A mounting bracket is not required but can be purchased separately for more versatile installation.
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To increase the power of this gearbox, you can replace the motor with a higher-power RM2 motor. For a replacement motor, see the RM3 motor.
- Description: Offset/inline
- Gear ratio: 224:1
- 3 V Operation:
- No-load RPM: ~ 24
- No-load current: ~ 40 mA
- Stall current: ~ 400 mA
- Stall torque: ~ 49 oz-in
- 6 V Operation:
- No-load RPM: ~ 46
- No-load current: ~ 50 mA
- Stall current: ~ 710 mA
- Stall torque: ~ 57 oz-in
- Weight: 32 g
|Solarbotics GM2 gearmotor dimensions (in mm).|
You can download a pdf version of this drawing with imperial dimensions (117k pdf) or metric dimensions (117k pdf).
Though the product picture shows two gearmotors, this product is for a single motor.
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