Micro 6V 160RPM 120:1 DC Geared Motor w/ Encoder

DFRobotSKU: RB-Dfr-668
Manufacturer #: FIT0450

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  • Micro DC geared motor with encoder
  • Motor with a 120:1 gearbox
  • 160rpm
  • integrated quadrature encoder
  • Ideal option for mobile robot projects

The Micro 6V 160RPM 120:1 DC Geared Motor w/ Encoder is a motor with a 120:1 gearbox and an integrated quadrature encoder that provides a resolution of 16 pulses single per round giving a maximum output of 1920 within one round. With an Arduino controller and motor driver, applications for this include a closed-loop PID control or PWM motor speed control.

Micro 6V 160RPM 120:1 DC Geared Motor w/ Encoder- Click to Enlarge

This motor is an ideal option for mobile robot projects. The copper output shaft, embedded thread and reinforced connector greatly extends the motor's service life.

Micro 6V 160RPM 120:1 DC Geared Motor w/ Encoder- Click to Enlarge

  • 1x Micro DC Motor with Encoder-SJ01
  • 1x JST 2-Pin motor cable
  • 1x JST 4-Pin encoder cable
  • Gear ratio: 120:1
  • No-load speed @ 6V: 160 rpm
  • No-load speed @ 3V: 60 rpm
  • No-load current @ 6V: 0.17A
  • No-load current @ 3V: 0.14A
  • Max Stall current: 2.8A
  • Max Stall torque: 0.8kgf.cm
  • Rated torque: 0.2kgf.cm
  • Encoder operating voltage: 4.5~7.5V
  • Motor operating voltage: 3~7.5V (Rated voltage 6V)
  • Operating ambient temperature: -10~+60 ℃
  • Weight: 50g

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
very strong

very strong threads, they don't strip very easily. Great motor!

Works great

The encoder works perfectly, I used it for several our to do precise positioning without any drift or problem. The only small thing is that the count per revolution in the description is not really accurate I had to tune it a little bit. I used the motor at 20% duty cycle on 12v for several hour and it have enough torque for most small robot related application.

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