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26 RPM Premium Planetary Gear Motor w/Encoder

  • compatible with 4mm set screw and clamping hubs
  • with Planetary Gear Motor Mount A (555172)
  • with 22mm Bore Clamping Hub E (545660) top view
  • compatible with 4mm pinion gears
  • shown with 4mm set screw hub and sprocket
  • with Planetary Gear Motor Mount A (555172) and 4mm bevel gear
  • with 22mm Bore Tube Clamp Hub D (545666) front view
  • with 22mm Bore Clamping Hub E (545660) front view
  • with 22mm Bore Tube Clamp Hub D (545666) upright
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Gear train damage can occur if stalled (locked).

To enhance the resolution, the encoder is attached to the motor before the gearbox.

*At Nominal Voltage

Voltage (Nominal) 12V
Voltage Range (Recommended) 3V - 12V
Speed (No Load)* 26 rpm
Current (No Load)* 0.21A
Current (Stall)* 4.9A
Torque (Stall)* 583 oz-in (42 kgf-cm)
Gear Ratio 455.185:1
Gear Material Metal
Gearbox Style Planetary
Motor Type DC
Output Shaft Diameter 4mm (0.1575”)
Output Shaft Style D-shaft
Output Shaft Support Dual Ball Bearings
Electrical Connection 6-pin Female Header Row (0.1", 2.54mm Pitch)
Operating Temperature -10°C ~ +60°C
Mounting Screw Size M2 x 0.4mm
Product Weight 4.15oz
Encoder: Cycles Per Revolution (Motor Shaft) 3
Encoder: Cycles Per Revolution (Output Shaft) 1,365.555
Encoder: Countable Events Per Revolution (Motor Shaft) 12
Encoder: Countable Events Per Revolution (Output Shaft) 5,462.22
Encoder Type Relative, Quadrature
Encoder Sensor Type Magnetic (Hall Effect)
Encoder Sensor Input Voltage Range 2.4 - 26V
Encoder Sensor Output Pulse Amplitude ~= Sensor Input Voltage
RESOURCES

   

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pdfDE3 Magnetic Encoder Use Parameter(214.65 KB )Download
pdf26 rpm Premium Planetary Gear Motor Spec Sheet(672.56 KB )Download
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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