100 RPM 12 VDC STATURE ELECTRIC GEARMOTOR Brand new, STATURE ELECTRIC model RA-AFSL-30AN-35 right-angle gear-motor. Ball bearings and bronze bushings, steel worm gear, brass output gear and die cast aluminum gearbox. Two pole, permanent magnet motor with internal brushes. Three mounting holes tapped for M6 machine screws. Rated to withstand 300 in-lbs. max back-drive torque.
is the rated rpm mean the output shaft or the motor speed. This says 100 rpm is that what the output shaft will be turning
A: Yes, 100 rpm is the final output.
Date Submitted: 10/22/2018
How much torque and hp is required to move 85kgs of load on a 6 meter conveyor belt at an angle of 25 degrees?
A: With so many unknown variables it's impossible to say. An engineer would be better equipped to answer that question, if all the relevant information was provided.
Date Submitted: 09/11/2018
re reversible - is the torque the same in both directions? I have another PM motor that has different torque depending on the direction of rotation.
A: To our knowledge it should be.
Date Submitted: 07/24/2017
Does the intermittent duty rating mean the motor can be run for up to a certain amount of time (x minutes), and then must be shut off for another certain amount of time (y minutes) in order to cool before it can be run again? If so, can you give the run/off time limits?
A: We do not have information regarding the thermal cycle times of this motor.
Date Submitted: 05/12/2017
Hi Can this motor pull 40-50lbs of weight?
A: Not by itself, no. This motor only has about 20 in/lbs of continuous torque.
Date Submitted: 03/17/2017
Hi When useing this motor gear box, 1- will it lift 300 lbs ? 2- will it hold 300 lbs when stopped or will keep lowering
A: The output of this is rated at 20 in.lbs. so it would probably not lift your load. Being a 35:1 worm gear ratio it would be load holding.
Date Submitted: 01/11/2016
Hello what is what the engine can turn(shoot) 24 hours a day without effort.
A: This is an intermittent duty motor. It would overhear and burn out if run continuously.
Date Submitted: 10/26/2015
Is it reversible?
A: Yes it can be reversed by simply swapping the polarity of the motor leads.
Date Submitted: 06/04/2015
Can you recommend a good speed control for this motor and a power supply to match?
A: Sorry we don't have any speed controls for 12 volt DC motors. You should use a power supply capable of at least 10 amps output.
Date Submitted: 02/08/2015
Hi this is regarding the term intermittent on electrical motors How long can they run with a load without getting too hot I don't require a continuous duty but could go that route if necessary thank you for any help on this Fred
A: This depends on the motor and the load. This particular motor could probably be run for roughly 10 minutes without having too much heat buildup.