100:1 Mini Metal Gear Motor


15.95 USD
$15.95 ea.
$12.85 ea.
$11.95 ea.

Just slightly faster than the original Sanyo GM12, and a wee bit less torque - a suitable replacement!

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Practically identical to the now-defunct GM12 Sanyo NA2S, this gear motor offers a bit more speed at less cost to you!

The major difference between this model and the GM12 is that the front faceplate is brass, not steel. For that trade-off, we're able to bring you a motor with similar performance at a better deal!

Here are the performance measurements:

Running at 3V:

  • Free running RPM - 85
  • Free running Current - 18mA
  • Stall Torque - 15.6 in*oz
  • Stall Current - 290mA

Running at 6V:

  • Free running RPM - 169
  • Free running Current - 32mA
  • Stall Torque - 27.2 in*oz
  • Stall Current - 456mA

These motors have a shaft length of 9.3mm - check out the Specs tab for additional statistics, or the resources tab for a downloadable PDF performance datasheet.

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