This versatile, high-efficiency gearbox lets you build one of the following gear ratios: 11.6:1, 29.8:1, 76.5:1, 196.7:1, 505.9:1, and 1300.9:1. Whatever your application, chances are that one of the configurations will do the job.
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|Typical operating voltage:||3 V|
|Gear ratio options:||
11.6, 29.8, 76.5, 196.7,
505.9, 1300.9 :1
|Free-run motor shaft speed @ 3V:||9400 rpm1|
|Free-run current @ 3V:||150 mA2|
|Stall current @ 3V:||2700 mA|
|Motor shaft stall torque @ 3V:||0.97 oz·in3|
- A theoretical speed of the gearbox output shaft can be computed by dividing this speed by the gear ratio.
- This is the no-load current of the motor when disconnected from the gears in the gearbox; the no-load current of the entire gearbox with the motor connected will be slightly higher and will vary depending on the gear ratio.
- A theoretical torque of the gearbox output shaft can be computed by multiplying this torque by the gear ratio.