Products for USB Sensing and Control

Products for USB Sensing and Control

12V/6.1Kg-cm/73RPM 50:1 DC Gear Motor w/ Encoder

ID: 3260E_0
This DC motor has an encoder, a 50:1 gearbox, a rated speed of 73 RPM and rated torque of 6.12 Kg·cm.

Discontinued

The 3260E is a 12 volt gear motor, generating 6.12 Kg-cm of torque at 73 RPM. While this motor is small and inexpensive, it is also aggressive- less efficient than the others, but very powerful for its size.

This motor comes equipped with an E4P US Digital Encoder, which keeps track of the motor's rotation, allowing you to control your motor precisely.

This family of motors (3258, 3259, 3260) have the same gearbox type and mounting metrics as the (3254, 3255, 3256, 3257) family of motors.


Comes packaged with


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 with Encoder
Output Power (Mechanical) 7 W
Maximum Speed at Rated Voltage 73 RPM
Rated Torque 6.1 kg·cm
Stall Torque 70.4 kg·cm
Electrical Properties
Rated Voltage 12 V DC
Rated Current 1.1 A
Stall Current 5 A
Physical Properties
Shaft Diameter 6 mm
Weight 287 g
Recommended Wire Size (Motor) 16 - 18 AWG
Gearbox Specifications
Gearbox Type Spur
Gear Ratio 50 : 1
Number of Gear Trains 4
Maximum Strength of Gears 12 kg·cm
Shaft Maximum Axial Load 35 N
Shaft Maximum Radial Load 25 N
Encoder Specifications
Encoder Resolution 360 CPR
Connector Type E4P
Current Consumption Min 27 mA
Supply Voltage Min 4.5 V DC
Supply Voltage Max 5.5 V DC
The 3260E DC motor connects to either of the following controllers:

If you decide to use the 1065, you can connect the encoder directly into its encoder input. If you decide to use the 1064, you'll also need one of the following devices to read your encoder:

You'll need to solder wires to the contacts of the motor in order to connect it to a controller.