5V RC Electric Boat Motor

5V RC Electric Boat Motor, 1.DxL:17x22.8mm shaft dia:1.5mm, 2.Precious Metal Brush, 3.Voltage:5V 6V 24V, 4.RC Model/Toy - details see: http://www.machineto.com/5v-rc-electric-boat-motor-10237752
Place of Origin:Guangdong China (Mainland)Brand Name:KinmoreModel Number:RF-130SH-13225Usage:Car,RC Car and Electrical Shaver
Certification:ROHS,ISO9001:2008Type:Micro MotorTorque:42g.cm Min Stall torqueConstruction:Permanent Magnet
Commutation:BrushProtect Feature:closedSpeed(RPM):5800rpm no loadContinuous Current(A):50mA No load
Output Power:tbdVoltage(V):5v dcEfficiency:IE 1Motor size:DxL:17x22.8mm
Shaft:Dia:1.5mmShaft length:can be regulatedApplication:Electric ShaverEnd cap:SECD
Packing:B3B corrugated carton boxBearing:Oil-impregnatedShaft Material:Stainless SteelRotation:CW/CCW reversible
5V RC Electric Boat Motor
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5V RC Electric Boat Motor ( RF-130SH-13225 )

-Oil-impregnated Bearing

-Permanent Magnet

-NdFeB Magnet

-Precious Metal Brush

-Stainless Steel Shaft

1.1.Rated voltage: 5 V DC
1.2.Motor Position: To be measured with motor horizontally held.
1.3.Environmental temperature:+5°C~+35°C
1.4.Environmental humidity:40%~85%RH.
2.ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (At initial stage after 30 seconds run-in):
2.1.At No load
2.1.1.Speed: 5800 ± 10% rpm
2.1.2.Current: ≤ 50 mA

2.2.At On load
2.2.1.Torque: 5 g.cm
2.2.2.Speed: 5250 ± 10% rpm
2.2.3.Current: ≤ 120 mA

2.3.At Stall
2.3.1.Torque: ≥ 42 g.cm
2.3.2.Current: ≤ 1000 mA

2.4.Direction of Rotation: CW (Clockwise when viewing from the output shaft end with
positive voltage applied to positive terminal.)

3.1.Dimension drawing: See<OUTLINE>.
3.2.End Play:0.05~0.45mm.
3.3.Operating Temperture: -10°C ~ +60°C

Remark:The above technical data are only for reference,we can customerize them according to different requirements after evaluation.

-CD / DVD Player

-Electric Shaver

-RC Model/Toy

Packaging Detail:B3B corrugated carton box
Delivery Detail:Two Weeks

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