3268_0 - 12V/17.3Kg-cm/18RPM 139:1 DC Gear Motor

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This DC motor has a 139:1 gearbox, a rated speed of 18 RPM and rated torque of 17.3 Kg·cm.

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Product Features


This DC motor has a 139:1 gearbox, a rated speed of 18 RPM and rated torque of 17.3 Kg·cm.
Product Description

The 3268 is a 12 volt gear motor, generating 17.3 Kg-cm of torque at 18 RPM. Since this motor has a lower power output for its size, you can expect it to have a longer lifespan than other motors.

The planetary gearbox on this motor is more sophisticated than a typical spur gearbox and will provide greater efficiency, higher torque, and quieter motor operation.


Motor Controller and Connection

The 3268 DC motor connects to either of the following controllers:

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The mounting holes on this motor are compatible with the 3338 - Mounting Bracket (NEMA17).

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Warnings

warning The torque this motor produces when it stalls exceeds the rated strength of the gearbox. This means that stalling or very heavily loading this motor can cause serious damage to the gearbox. To avoid damage, avoid sudden loads or any load higher than the Maximum Strength of Gears spec.


Product Specifications

 

Motor Properties

Motor Type DC Motor
Output Power (Mechanical) 3.8 W
Maximum Speed at Rated Voltage 18 RPM
Rated Torque 17.3 kg·cm
Stall Torque 128 kg·cm

 

Electrical Properties

Rated Voltage 12 V DC
Rated Current 650 mA
Stall Current 2.4 A

 

Physical Properties

Shaft Diameter 8 mm
Wire Length 350 mm
Weight 526 g

 

Gearbox Specifications

Gearbox Type Planetary
Gear Ratio 139 1841221 : 1
Number of Gear Trains 3
Maximum Strength of Gears 61 kg·cm
Shaft Maximum Axial Load 50 N
Shaft Maximum Radial Load 35 N
Backlash Error

Additional Information

SKU ES001634
Manufacturer Phidgets

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