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1,621 RPM HD Premium Planetary Gear Motor w/Encoder

  • 12 PPR magnetic encoder
  • Compatible with our 6mm bore Pinion Gears
  • Compatible with our 6mm bore Set Screw and Clamping Hubs
  • The encoder has a 6-pin JST connector
  • Use with Planetary Mount B (threaded) or Planetary Mount C (thru-hole)
  • Shown with Motor Mount E
  • To enhance the resolution,  the encoder is attached to the motor before the gearbox
  • Shown with the 32mm Bore Clamping Motor Mount
  • Compatible with 6mm pinion gears
  • Shown mounted to the end of a 1” aluminum tube using a 1” Tube Clamp and Planetary Motor Mount
  • Shown mounted to a wheel
  • Shown with a 6mm to 1/4” Shaft Coupler
  • Shown mounted in channel with Planetary Mount C (thru-hole) and a Large Square Screw Plate
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To enhance the resolution, the encoder is attached to the motor before the gearbox.

Gear train damage can occur if stalled (locked).

*At Nominal Voltage

Voltage (Nominal) 12V
Voltage Range (Recommended) 6V - 12V
Speed (No Load)* 1,621 rpm
Current (No Load)* 0.51A
Current (Stall)* 20A
Torque (Stall)* 97.2 oz-in (7 kgf-cm)
Gear Ratio 5.182:1
Gear Material brass primary, nylon secondary, steel tertiary
Gearbox Style Planetary
Motor Type DC
Motor Brush Type Graphite
Output Shaft Diameter 6mm (0.236”)
Output Shaft Style D-shaft
Output Shaft Support Dual Ball Bearings
Electrical Connection PH Series JST 6-pin Connector (2mm Pitch)
Operating Temperature -10°C ~ +60°C
Mounting Screw Size M3 x 0.5mm
Product Weight 310g (10.9oz)
Encoder: Cycles Per Revolution (Motor Shaft) 12
Encoder: Cycles Per Revolution (Output Shaft) 62.184
Encoder: Countable Events Per Revolution (Motor Shaft) 48
Encoder: Countable Events Per Revolution (Output Shaft) 248.736
Encoder Type Relative, Quadrature
Encoder Sensor Type Magnetic (Hall Effect)
Encoder Sensor Input Voltage Range 2.4 - 2.6V
Encoder Sensor Output Pulse Amplitude ~=Sensor Input Voltage
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TECH TIPS

The pulse amplitude of the encoder’s output square wave signal is dependent on the voltage you supply the sensor.  For example, if you provide 5V to Sensor Voltage +, then Channels A & B will have a pulse amplitude of 5V.

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