Tamiya High Power Gearset Kit

22020

12.50 USD
Qty
Price
1
$12.50 ea.
2+
$11.87 ea.
25+
$9.37 ea.

This Tamiya gearbox is a good compromise between speed and power. Build for either 41.7:1 or 64.8:1 ratios this motor features quality polyacetal gears.


Description [Hide]

This Tamiya gearbox is a good compromise between speed and power. Build for either 41.7:1 or 64.8:1 ratios this motor features quality polyacetal gears. Each kit includes a disc with holes around its circumference that can be used with a photo-interrupter to provide feedback to a controller on motor speed (and distance travelled when using wheels). Motor included. Runs on 3 - 4.5 VDC. Assembly required.

 

Ratings (@3 VDC)
 

41.7:

64.8:

Torque N-m (oz-in)

0.066(9.30)

0.102(14.44)

RPM

250

160

No Load Current

240 mA

Dimensions (mm)

Body: 41 x 60 Shaft: 80

 

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