These DC motors operate between 3-6V, and can take 150-200mA of current without a load. They have a gear reduction ratio of 1:120, which is important because they generate enough torque to move around fairly heavy objects.
At 3V, these motors spin at 50 RPM (without a load); and they spin at 100 RPM when given 6V (without a load).
They can be connected to LS9110s Motor Controller Modules, but you need to solder some jumper wires onto them if you want to do that. It’s a little tricky, but you will save money by buying these if you want to learn/already know how to solder, and you have a soldering station you can use.
Project Rover uses four of these motors, so you’ll need to buy one of these four-packs if you want enough motors to build a kit of your own.
If you’re just looking for one motor, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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