This is a tiny DC gear motor intended for use at 6 V, though in general, these kinds of motors can run at voltages slightly above and below this nominal voltage. The micro N20 motor can rotate in both clockwise and counter-clockwise directions. It features a 3 mm D-shaped shaft on which a 3 mm shaft hub can easily be mounted to attach stuff like a wheel, fan blade, etc. Alternatively, a 3 mm shaft wheel can be attached to it directly. To mount the motor, a micro metal gear motor bracket can be used.
Additionally, the motor comes with an encoder attached to it. Connect the motor power to the (M1, M2) cords, 5V to the (VCC) and ground to the (GND) cords. The outputs of the encoder can be read from the two channels (C1, C2). Each rotation is approximately 358 pulses.
|No-load speed @ 6V:||200||RPM|
|No-load current @ 6V:||20||mA|
|Stall Torque @ 6V:||31||N-mm||4.39||Ounce-in|
|Stall Current @ 6V:||183||mA|
|Stall Power @ 6V:||1.09||W|
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