6V 100:1 155RPM Micro Metal Gearmotor w/ Encoder

DFRobotSKU: RB-Dfr-685
Manufacturer #: FIT0483

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Description

  • Built-in encoder
  • Average output up to 198.6 pulses per revolution
  • Brass faceplate has two mounting holes threaded
  • Long D profile metal output shaft (0.354"/9.0 mm)

The 6V 100:1 155RPM Micro Metal Gearmotor w/ Encoder comes with a built-in encoder which measures the motor's speed in real time. The average output number of pulses can reach up to 198.6 pulses per revolution. The motor has a long (0.354"/9.0 mm) D profile metal output shaft that is compatible with the 42x19mm and 32x7mm dimensions of the Pololu wheel. The brass faceplate has two mounting holes threaded for M1.6 screws (1.6mm diameter, 0.35mm thread pitch), or you can use the mounting bracket or extended mounting bracket which are specifically designed to securely mount the gear motor while enclosing the exposed gears.

6V 100:1 155RPM Micro Metal Gearmotor w/ Encoder- Click to Enlarge

6V 100:1 155RPM Micro Metal Gearmotor w/ Encoder- Click to Enlarge

  • Rated Voltage: 6.0 V
  • Motor Speed: 15000 RPM
  • Gear Reduction Ratio: 100:1
  • Reducer Length: 9.0 mm
  • No-Load Speed: 155 rpm@6v
  • No-Load Current: 60 mA
  • Rated Torque: 0.7 kg.cm
  • Rated Speed: 90 rpm@6V
  • Current Rating: 170 mA
  • Instant Torque: 1.5 kg.cm
  • Hall Feedback Resolution: 198.6
  • Weight: 18g

Customer Reviews

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M
Murray
Works as advertised

Works as advertised, though it's a shame that all of the encoder options for these micro metal gear motors have the wires coming out vertically rather than horizontally, so one will either lose clearance and have the wires handing down under the robot, or have to (typically) cut a hole in the mounting plate to clear the the encoder board and wires. Coming out horizontally would be quite a bit nicer. (I realise this is feedback to the manufacturer, not RobotShop.)

D
Dan
Cool little motors

Installed on my Zumo chassis.

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ken
Very nice little motor using it to make electric shifters for my road bike

Well built little servo motor for price

K
Kourosh
Good Motor

This is a good product. The board and wire connector helps a lot. The board has an LED to show it is working.

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Andrzej
Encoder is always a nice feature

The same tiny motors that you are used to but with the additional utility of an encoder. Often only a single phase is required for simple projects.

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