120:1 Micro Pager Planetary Gearmotor


14.50 USD
$14.50 ea.
$10.95 ea.

This is the tiniest gearmotor we've seen that's humanly affordable. What can you do with it? Ummm...

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For some reason, you might find yourself wanting a way to apply some power in a really tiny area (under 3/4" long). Well, here's just the thing for you!

This tiny 120:1 planetary gearmotor features some incredible dimensions:

  • Maximum outer diameter of 4.5mm (0.177")
  • Motor body diameter (under heat-shrink) of 4mm (0.131")
  • Shaft diameter of 0.58mm (0.023")
  • Overall length of 18.74mm (0.738")

It's rated 3.5V maximum, with a 380 RPM maximum output. Here's the data:

  • Gear Ratio 120:1
  • Operating Voltage 2.5~3.5V DC
  • Current (no load) 70~150mA
  • Output RPM (no load) 150~380rpm
  • Output Torque 0.006~0.020Kgf*cm (0.083 in*~ 0.278 in*oz)
  • Weight 0.5g (0.176oz)


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