These brand-spanking new 12VDC motors are made to move automobile seats but are willing to change. They spin at approx 190 rpm, draw 1.5A no load, and stall at approx 25A. Threaded shaft is at a right angle and is 4-1/8" x 7/16". Shaft thread is non-standard, so treat it as a smooth shaft and mount pulley or gear with a setscrew. Measures 5-5/8" x 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" overall, not counting the shaft, and has power terminals opposite the gearbox with (2) 1/4" mounting holes opposite the shaft.
Our each is a pack of (10) common cathode 5mm dia red/green/blue LEDs. Clear lens, 20mA rated for 100K hour life. 3V supply will work for all. You also get 100 Ohm and 510 Ohm resistors to step down 5 and 12VDC respectively. Luminous intensity is 4,000 mcd.
Works on all of them except the ones stuck to your eyeballs. Corrosion-Be-Gone is a gel made to remove the schmutz from all types of battery terminals, circuit boards and contacts, on everything from cars to computer boards. Our each is a 0.3 oz jar.
This little 1.5-3VDC motor draws just 15mA no load, which means it's just the ticket for solar-cell applications. At 3VDC it spins approx 600 rpm and stalls at 125mA. Measures 1-1/8" long x 15/16" dia with a 5/16" long x 1/16" dia shaft and 3-1/2" leads.
This tiny servo motor can swing approx 90 degrees in either direction via any of the (3) included servo horns with screws on the 3/16" toothed shaft: a 13/16" long single horn, a 1-5/8" long double horn or the 1-5/8" long double horn with (2) smaller cross horns. Draws between 220 and 650mA at 5VDC, and is rated for 25 oz/in of torque. Measures 7/8" x 1/2" x 1-1/16" deep with a pair of mounting wings with 1/16" bores. Wiring is 5V to red, ground to brown and timing pulses to orange. Use any 1-2ms pulses at 50Hz.
This 3-5/16” dia double-sided wire gauge wheel measures from 0-36 AWG on one face and from .005" to .325" on the other. It’s for non-ferrous metals, which is pretty much all of what you run across anyway, unless you’re Ferrous Bueller.
Great for roboticists, too. It's a mighty-mite, this little 6VDC 45 RPM motor with a right-angle gearbox. Draws 13mA, no load, and stalls at 120mA. Output is through (2) double-flattened 1/4" dia x 3/16" long shafts on opposite sides of the white plastic housing, both with 1/16" dia center holes. Measures 1-7/8" x 7/8" overall. Gear ratio is 228:1.
This torquey take-out 6-24VDC (12VDC nominal) motor draws approx 250mA no load, stalls at 7.2A and spins approx 5700 rpm. Measures 2" x 1-13/32" with a 3/4" x 1/8" flattened shaft and may have a setscrew-mounted coupler that resembles a router bit. Has prewired leads. Mabuchi part no. RS-545SH.
Attention robotics boffins: Here's a nice, powerful 12-24VDC Mabuchi brush motor with a gearbox and pulley attached. At its nominal 24DC, it spins 45rpm, draws 280mA no load, and stalls a 750mA. 7.5 in-lbs of torque and is rated for continuous duty. Has a 3/4" long x 5/16" flattened shaft with a 4-5/8" dia x 5/16" wide (3/16" ID) single-sheave pulley attached, with a matching O-ring. The gearbox measures 2-3/4" x 3" x 9-1/16". The motor measures 1-1/16"dia x 1-5/8" long and comes with 7" leads and a 2-pin Molex connector.
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