Gear Motor 24 - 1:192 90 Degree Shaft

GM24

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Call it a teeny, tiny little brother to the GM3 gearbox. With a suitably smaller appetite for power!


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Borrowing the form factor of our popular GM3 gearbox, the GM24 is a pager-motor powered relative that is great for tight spaced applications.Make a robot so small that it can fit inside another robot!

Specifications

  • Gear Ratio: 1:192
  • Operating Voltage: 3.0V
  • Current Draw (no load): 30~80mA
  • RPM (no load): 100~410 rpm
  • Output Torque: 60~480 gf*cm
  • Weight: 3.6g

And we always like to take a physical sampling to see exactly how good they test in-house. Here's our results:



Dimension displayed above in the third product picture.

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