Bo motor (Battery Operated) lightweight DC geared motor which gives good torque and rpm at lower voltages. Here you can get a BO motor with varying rated speeds. This motor can run at approximately 200 rpm when driven by a single Li-Ion cell. Great for battery-operated lightweight robots.
A small shaft with matching wheels gives an optimized design for your application or robot. Mounting holes on the body & light weight make it suitable for in-circuit placement. This motor can be used with a 69mm Diameter Wheel for Plastic Gear Motors and an 87mm Diameter Multipurpose Wheel for Plastic Gear Motors.
Low-cost geared DC Motor. It is an alternative to our metal gear DC motors. It comes with an operating voltage of 3-12V and is perfect for building small and medium robots. Available with 60 and 150 RPM.
The motor has the ability to operate with minimum or no lubrication, due to inherent lubricity. The motor is ideal for DIY enthusiasts. This motor set is inexpensive, small, easy to install, and ideally suited for use in a mobile robot car. They are commonly used in our 2WD platforms.
A small shaft with matching BO Wheels gives an optimized design for your application or robot. Mounting holes on the body & light weight make it suitable for in-circuit placement. This motor can be used with a 69mm Diameter Wheel for Plastic Gear Motors.
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Specifications of 100 RPM Single Shaft BO Motor – Straight:-
- Shaft length: 7 mm
- Shaft Diameter: 5.5 mm
- Size: 55 x 48 x 23 mm.
- Operating Voltage: 3 to 12V.
- Current (without loading): 40-180mA.
- RPM: 100 rpm.
- Output Torque: 1 kg cm.
Features of 100 RPM Single Shaft BO Motor – Straight:-
- Cost-effectiveness of the injection-molding process.
- Elimination of machining operations.
- Low density: lightweight, low inertia.
- Uniformity of parts.
- Capability to absorb shock and vibration as a result of elastic compliance.
- Ability to operate with minimum or no lubrication, due to inherent lubricity.
- The relatively low coefficient of friction.
- Corrosion-resistance; elimination of plating, or protective coatings.
- The quietness of operation.
- Tolerances are often less critical than for metal gears, due in part to their greater resilience.
- Consistency with the trend to greater use of plastic housings and other components.