• New MOLON take-offs. Inline parallel shaft gear motor. Rated 24 volt DC, will run on 12 volt DC at lower speed and torque. SPECIFICATIONS • RPM 45 • Voltage 24 DC • Draws 175 mA @ no load • Torque 38 in. lbs. full load 7.5 in. lbs. cont. • Rotation reversible • Duty continuous • Shaft 5/16" x 3/4" long w/flat • Mount face 2 3/8" x 2 1/2" drilled/tapped • Size 2 3/4" x 3" x 2 3/16" • Shpg. 2 lbs.
Is this the model with the motor mounted using screws, or the cheaper ones that are crimped on the case?
A: This motor is mounted using screws.
Date Submitted: 05/03/2019
Do you sell a wheel/tire, either pneumatic or not, that will easily fit directly with this? (Or part 5-1660, which I believe is the same motor) Thanks.
A: We have a number of wheels with a 5/16" bore, but only item 1-5167 has a narrow enough through-bore profile to fit the shaft well.
Date Submitted: 06/20/2017
Is there a specifications drawing for this motor. I am wanting to Create some cad files for the motor mounts.
A: We do not have a technical drawing for this unit, no.
Date Submitted: 11/01/2016
Do you have a resource for the matching connectors (in-line, not PCB mount) used on this motor?
A: We do not, no.
Date Submitted: 10/25/2016
I am building a 7.5 inch scale backyard train. The entire train will weigh about 50 pounds but will obviously be on wheels (4.5 inch). Will this motor have enough power to move this train at 12 volts?
A: There is page of vehicle drive formulae in our item # 9-1022. You could run the variables for your situation through those equations and answer that question if you purchased that, or found them online. We don't have any of the information needed to answer that question.
Date Submitted: 09/23/2016
What is the output speed for gearmotor item #5-1257? On the catalog page 163 it shows it as 35 RPM, however on the search pages it lists as 45 RPM. Thanks
A: 45 RPM under no load is correct.
Date Submitted: 04/26/2016
Do the motor and gearbox make much noise? Not sure you you how you could quantify that. Maybe compared to a computer fan. Thanks,
A: A 52 CFM computer fan and this gearmotor both raise the decibel level in an area from an ambient 62-65 decibel to 73-76 decibel measured at 1' from the devices. The sound quality is somewhat higher tone and grinding from the gears, as opposed to wind noise and motor hum.
Date Submitted: 04/18/2016
Excuse me...Is this not used ?Is it new one?
A: They have never been in use but were mounted into a machine and then take out.