Motors

Servo Motor - Metal Gear Servo, MG996R

449.00

Micro Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG90

399.00

Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG995

349.00

Servo motor Plastic Gear SG90

179.00

DC Motor

159.00

Geared DC Motor(300 Rpm)

149.00

BO Motor, 150 RPM

99.00

Vibration Motor

49.00

Geared DC Motor(300 Rpm)

Geared DC Motor(300 Rpm)

 149.00

300RPM Centre Shaft Economy Series DC Motor is high quality low cost DC geared motor. It has steel gears and pinions to ensure longer life and better wear and tear properties. The gears are fixed on hardened steel spindles polished to a mirror finish.The output shaft rotates in a plastic bushing.The whole assembly is covered with a plastic ring. Gearbox is sealed and lubricated with lithium grease and require no maintenance. The motor is screwed to the gear box from inside.
Although motor gives 300 RPM at 12V but motor runs smoothly from 4V to 12V and gives wide range of RPM, and torque

Tables below gives fairly good idea of the motor’s performance in terms of RPM and no load current as a function of voltage and stall torque, stall current as a function of voltage.

 

Specifications of the product are:-

DC supply: 4 to 12V
RPM: 300 at 12V
Total length: 46mm
Motor diameter: 36mm
Motor length: 25mm
Brush type: Precious metal
Gear head diameter: 37mm
Gear head length: 21mm
Output shaft: Centred
Shaft diameter: 6mm
Shaft length: 22mm
Gear assembly: Spur
Motor weight: 90gms

DC Motor

DC Motor

 159.00

A DC motor is any of a class of rotary electrical machines that converts direct current electrical energy into mechanical energy. The most common types rely on the forces produced by magnetic fields. Nearly all types of DC motors have some internal mechanism, either electromechanical or electronic; to periodically change the direction of current flow in part of the motor.
The DC Motor or Direct Current Motor to give it its full title, is the most commonly used actuator for producing continuous movement and whose speed of rotation can easily be controlled, making them ideal for use in applications were speed control, servo type control, and/or positioning is required. A DC motor consists of two parts, a “Stator” which is the stationary part and a “Rotor” which is the rotating part.

 

Normal DC motors have almost linear characteristics with their speed of rotation being determined by the applied DC voltage and their output torque being determined by the current flowing through the motor windings. The speed of rotation of any DC motor can be varied from a few revolutions per minute (rpm) to many thousands of revolutions per minute making them suitable for electronic, automotive or robotic applications. By connecting them to gearboxes or gear-trains their output speed can be decreased while at the same time increasing the torque output of the motor at a high speed.
 

Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG995

Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG995

 349.00

Since MG995 is a servo motor providing precise rotation over 180º range its applications are many and amongst them a few are stated below:

  • The servo is suited for designing robotic arm in which wear and tear of motor is high. Being metal geared, the servo has long life and can be installed on system like robotic arm were motor work is huge.
     
  • The servo is also suited to be used in drones and toy planes. Having a satisfying torque which is enough to overcome air resistance and control wings of plane, the servo is preferred in toy planes and drones which need precision control no matter the condition.

 

Micro Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG90

Micro Servo Motor - Metal Gear, 180, MG90

 399.00

MG90S servo, Metal gear with one bearing Tiny and lightweight with high output power, this tiny servo i Helicopter, Quad copter or Robot durability. Servo can rotate approximately 180 degrees (90 in each direction), and works just like the standard kinds but smaller. You can use any servo code, hardware or library to control these servos. Good for beginners who want to make stuff move without building a motor controller with feedback & gear box, especially si (arms) and hardware.

Specifications:

• Weight: 13.4 g

 • Dimension: 22.5 x 12 x 35.5

• Stall torque: 1.8 kgf-cm (4.8V)

• Operating speed: 0.1s/60 degree

• Operating voltage: 4.8 V –

• Dead band width: 5 µs

MG90S servo, Metal gear with one bearing Tiny and lightweight with high output power, this tiny servo i Helicopter, Quad copter or Robot durability. Servo can rotate approximately 180 degrees (90 in each direction), and works just like the standard kinds but smaller. You can use any servo code, hardware or library to control these servos. Good for beginners who want to make stuff move without building a motor controller with feedback & gear box, especially si (arms) and hardware.

Specifications:

• Weight: 13.4 g

 • Dimension: 22.5 x 12 x 35.5

• Stall torque: 1.8 kgf·cm (4.8V)

• Operating speed: 0.1 s/60 degree

• Operating voltage: 4.8 V –

• Dead band width: 5 µs

Servo Motor - Metal Gear Servo, MG996R

Servo Motor - Metal Gear Servo, MG996R

 449.00

This High-Torque MG996R Digital Servo features metal gearing resulting in extra high 10kg stalling torque in a tiny package. It features upgraded shock-proofing and a redesigned PCB and IC control system that make it much more accurate than its predecessor MG995. The gearing and motor have also been upgraded to improve dead bandwidth and centering. This high-torque standard servo can rotate approximately 120º (60º in each direction). 
 

Vibration Motor

Vibration Motor

 49.00

A vibrating motor is essentially a motor that is improperly balanced. In other words, there is an off-centred weight attached to the motor's rotational shaft that causes the motor to wobble. 
The amount of wobble can be changed by the amount of weight that you attach, the weight's distance from the shaft, and the speed at which the motor spins.

This type of motor can be affixed to all kinds of objects, which will cause them to vibrate and move freely about. This is a quick and dirty way to get a Simple Bot to move about, but not exactly the most elegant. Vibrating motors can be found inside cell phones, pagers, gaming controllers, and personal massagers.
In absence of those, you can easily build your own vibrating motor by attaching any off centred weight to any motor shaft. They can also be created by breaking in half balanced components already attached to motor shafts.

 

BO Motor, 150 RPM

BO Motor, 150 RPM

 99.00


This is a standard low cost low voltage durable Dual Shaft Plastic Gear BO Motor running at 150 RPM. It is most suitable for light weight robot running on voltages between 5V-9V. Out of its two shafts one shaft can be connected to wheel, while the other can be connected to an encoder.

Features:

  • Gear materials: plastic
  • Motor types: Permanent Magnet
  • Brush-type: Brushed
  • Magnet types: Ferrite Magnets
  • Torque multiplication: Generates a large force at a low speed
  • Low density: Lightweight and Low Inertia
  • Uniformity of parts
  • Capability to absorb shock and vibration as a result of elastic compliance
  • Ability to operate with minimum or no lubrication, due to inherent lubricate
  • Relatively low coefficient of friction
  • Corrosion-resistance; elimination of plating, or protective coatings
  • Consistency with trend to greater use of plastic housings and other components

Servo motor Plastic Gear SG90

Servo motor Plastic Gear SG90

 179.00

This analog micro servo will rotate up to 180 degrees (90 in each direction). You can expect it to operate the same as standard versions, but this micro servo is much smaller and can fit into tighter spaces. Its lightweight (9g) design will still output a high amount of power. This servo will work with any servo library, code, or compatible hardware.