The DG01D-E is a single hobby motor with a hall speed encoder. This motor requires a voltage between 3-9V, has a gearbox ratio of 1:48 and a speed of 90RPM at 4.5V. The voltage between positive and negative is determined according to the power supply voltage of the single chip microcomputer used, generally 3.3V or 5V is used.
The hall sensor can sense the North and South poles of its magnetic plate. When the hall sensor senses the South of the magnetic plate, the hall output will result in a high level. Meanwhile the North is the inverse and, when sensed, the hall output will result a low level.
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The pin on the product are as follows, when looking at the connector on the housing, motor down/connector up, from right to left. The colors correspond to the included cable when plugged in to the connection slot.
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Works exactly like expected!
I am happy with my purchase.
Effective and prompt shipping, thank you!
Um, the wiring on the motors I just received are in reverse order of what is posted under features. I like the built-in encoders.
The latest batch has the wires the way it's stated here. Go by right to left and not color.
Hey, I'm having a lot of fun with these motors. I was having trouble getting a good number for rotation so I took one apart and found that the gear ratio is 1:45 and that there are 3 encoder magnets, so for 1 wheel rotation you have 3*45=135 encoder rising edges.
Motor is on Green and Purple. Encoder is Brown, Red, Orange and Yellow.
I just got these motors after waiting for new stock, Jan 2021. They are weaker than the non-encoder version - yellow DG01D. I did some testing and it could lift less than 1/3 the weight of the yellow one. All 3 I bought had the same weak power. I took it apart and compared the motor to the yellow one. They look exactly the same however this one turns chunkier like there are stronger magnets inside. I don't think there would be enough power to drive a wheel in a typical application unless you went to 9 volts. Only the final gear and shaft is metal - all others are plastic.