Precision Gearmotor - 6 RPM (6-12V)

These precision gearmotors are incredibly tough and feature full metal gears to help you drive wheels, gears, or almost anything else that needs to turn. They have a gear ratio of 500:1 and operate up to 12 volts and deliver a stall torque of 1111 oz-in. and a max speed of 6 RPM. Each precision gearmotor sports a 6mm diameter D-shaft that protrudes from them.

  • Voltage: 6 - 12 Volts
  • Gear Ratio: 500:1
  • Stall Torque: 1111 oz-in. (@ 12V)
  • Speed: 6 RPM (@ 12V)
  • No Load Current: 80 mA (@ 12V)
  • Stall Current: 1A (@ 12V)
  • Insulation Resistance: 20 MOhm
  • Dielectric Strength: 250VDC
  • High Torque Construction
  • DC Reversible
  • Shaft Size: 6mm Diameter x 0.715” Length
  • Weight: 8.05 oz.

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Core Skill: Robotics

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2 Robotics

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Customer Comments

  • Very nice motor. The label on the motor I received said “Robotzone”, so I guess that’s who makes this assembly. The motor specs listed are pretty close to the characteristics of the motor I received. I don’t have a way to test max torque, but stall current was about 1A.

    A couple of notes:

    1. There are 6 blind threaded mounting holes, not 3. All 6 mounting holes in my motor are the same thread (as listed on the print), and approx same depth.

    2. Depth of the mounting holes is not listed on the print. (I measured about 3-4mm)

    3. You have to make EXTREMELY sure that the screws that you use to mount the motor do not bottom out in the mounting holes. If they do, they will push the gearbox apart.

    4. A few of the dimensions of the motor I received were outside the dimensions listed in the print. Nothing critical for what I am doing, but something to be aware of if you’re planning on putting this motor in a very tight space. The mounting holes, shaft, and shaft location were all to print, which is what mattered to me.

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