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Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM

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This is a Low Inertia Solar DC Mini Motor. Operating voltage: 0.5V to 3V. Axle diameter: 2mm. Starting speed: 1000. Starting current: 30mA at 0.5V.

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This is a low inertia motor that can be powered from a suitably rated solar cell. This is because these motors have a starting current of just 30mA at 0.5V.

The motor works from a voltage in the 0.5V to 3V range.

The motor has red and black 150mm flying connecting leads.

Features:

  • Low inertia ideal for using with solar power.
  • Low starting current.

Contents:

  • 1 x Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM.

Dimensions:

  • Height: 12.8mm.
  • Diameter: 24.4mm.
  • Axle Length: 10.55mm.
  • Axle Diameter: 2mm.

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Posted by MuadDev, Monday, 1 October 2018 on product Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM
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    A: Hi MuadDev, It is possible to calculate the hertz from the RPM by dividing the RPM by 60. The starting speed for the motor is 1000RPM so 16.66 hertz and the Speed at Maximum Efficiency is 2000RPM so 33.33 hertz. I hope this helps.
    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Wednesday, 10 January 2018
Posted by Sanjay Nagarajan, Tuesday, 26 July 2016 on product Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM
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    Hello Sanjay, The motor has a starting speed of 1000 RPM at a 0.5V supply, and spins up to 1820RPM at 3V. However we don’t have any data to say what the motor will spin at when supplied with the voltages you have stated. The speed should however progressively increase as the voltage is increased.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Posted by Clare Brady, Tuesday, 9 June 2015 on product Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM
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    This motor spins at 1820 revolutions per minute, so it might not be the best motor for what you are wanting to use. We do a small 3V vibrating motor, these motors are often used for silent alert functions in mobile phones, the product code is 2541

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Posted by Bradley Michael Collins, on product Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM
Posted by Samuel, on product Low Inertia Solar Motor - 1820 RPM
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    A: Hi Samuel, The motor has a torque of 3.03 g.cm, when powered at 2V, and draws 62mA which is the max efficiency of the motor. The torque at the point the motor stalls is 12g.cm.
    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Monday, 27 November 2017

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Physical characteristics:

  • Height: 12.8mm.
  • Diameter: 24.4mm.
  • Axle Length: 10.55mm.
  • Axle Diameter: 2mm.
  • Weight: 22g.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Operating Voltage: 0.5V - 3V.
  • Rated Voltage: 2V.
  • Starting Voltage: 0.5V.
  • Starting Speed: 1000RPM.
  • Starting Current: 30mA.
  • Voltage at Maximum Efficiency: 2.0V.
  • Speed at Maximum Efficiency: 2000RPM.
  • Current at Maximum Efficiency: 62mA.
  • Torque at Maximum Efficiency: 3.03 g.cm.
  • Stall Current: 120mA.
  • Stall Torque: 12 g.cm.
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