1/4 HP 2600 RPM 12 Volt DC Motor

Item Number: 10-2893

Price: $29.95
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1/4 HP 2600 RPM 12 Volt DC Motor

1/4 HP 2600 RPM 12 Volt DC Motor

item number: 10-2893 PRICE: $29.95 379 In Stock Surplus Item

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1/4 HP 2600 RPM 12 Volt DC Motor
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  • This item is on page 155 of our current catalog

New, permanent magnet motor. Built to drive agricultural spray pumps. 5 mounting bosses on front cover for attaching pump. Could also be used as DC generator. Rubber isolators for holes in mounting base.

  • Power 1/4 HP
  • Voltage 12 DC
  • Speed/Amps
    2600 RPM, 2.2 amps no load
    2300 RPM, 25 amps, 7 in.lbs. torque
  • Rotation Reversible
  • Bearings Ball
  • Enclosure TENV
  • Duty Continuous
  • Frame Rigid welded base
  • Mount 4-1/8" x 2-1/2"
  • Shaft 5/16" dia. x 11/16" w/flat
  • Size 4-1/4" dia. x 4-1/2"
  • Shpg. 8 lbs.
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The shaft specs are 5/8" Dia. X 11/16" long from motor face. 11/16" is not much to mount a pulley to. Are these numbers correct or am I reading this wrong? Please advise, Sincerely Gary S. Oriani

A: They are correct. It is meant to be used as a direct drive unit only, not a pulley or sprocket application.

Does this motor have brushes?

A: It appears to, yes.

Hi! Hope you can answer. I am confused with torques and powers, but would this motor combined with the "3 Speed Peerless MST203-569 Transaxle ITEM NUMBER: 13-1567" be able to move a 150-pound garden cart? Or, would it pull 150 pounds at 2 miles per hour (0.9 meters per second)? Thank you!!!!!!

A: It would be unlikely that this motor would able to turn the input shaft of that transaxle. The combination would not work.

The bearings in most motors are constrained by the end bells. This one is not. Is there a snap ring on the bearing OD or something? What keeps the drive end bearing from working it's way out?

A: This bearing appears to be a press-fit retention. The bearing number is 6203RS.

what is 7 in.lbs. torque. How much torque is this and can you compare. To refine the question, can this motor freely spin an average GM alternator if connected shaft to shaft direct drive motor to the alternator. how many amps would the motor use to spin it freely continuously.

A: This means that at a distance of one inch from the shaft, the motor has the power to move 7 lbs. This is equal to .58 ft/lbs. Comparably speaking, a 1/3 hp electric motor has approximately .97 ft/lbs torque. We have no information regarding what torque is required to freely spin an 'average GM alternator', nor can we estimate the amp draw in those conditions.

Is this motor waterproof? Water resistant?

A: This motor was designed as a drive for an agricultural pump. We have no information regarding the sealing of the motor, but it would seem likely that it's water resistant.

Is the stall current 25 amps and the stall torque 7 ln. lbs.?

A: We do not have information if that is the operating current and torque or stall current and torque.

If this motor is suitable for being a generator, how many RPM are required to give an output of 12V DC and how many amps will be delivered when 12V DC is achieved?

A: At 2600 rpm, the motor should be generating 12 VDC. The amps delivered will be proportional to the horsepower of the driving force transmitted minus friction losses, within the range of the motor's capabilities.

What is the item no. of pulley would match the shaft for this motor, item no. 10-2893?

A: We do not currently have any pulleys for 5/16" shaft.

Can you recommend an inexpensive power supply for this motor?

A: At the present time we do not have a power supply rated for the amp draw this would have when loaded.

what is the difference between continuous and intermittent when describing a motor

A: Continuous motors can be run all the time without any need to turn off for cooling. Intermittent must be stopped for cooling. The run time that an intermittent duty motor is capable of varies widely with different motors.

If this motor is 0.25 HP, why does it only draw 2.5 amps at 12 VDC ? What is the real V / A for this motor?

A: The 2.2 amps is running with no load. The 2300 RPM at 7 in. lb. of torque is equal to 1/4 HP and will draw 25 amps.

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