Popular as a scooter motor or general application motor. Extremely durable and reliable.
Commonly found in 12V scooters or even small kiddies carts and It's also been a proven motor in robotics!
100% Ball Bearing construction!
There are a few different versions of this motor with the earlier versions having a body length between 97-100mm.
It just depends on what revision of the motor you get. The newer versions of this motor are shorter than the original, though the face mounting is the same as is the design of the motor (the only changes are in the core winding and magnets).
Some of these were also available with a 2 screw face fixture, but the 3 screw face plate is more common and more widely used (as well as being more secure).
The ones we sell are the 100W version, though a 150w version is also available (and we may stock it at some point in the future) as these really are a low cost reliable motor.
The belt drive has the belt sprocket fitted to an 8mm d-cut shaft, that is held together with a circlip and some type of filler glue to stop any movment of the sprocket onto the shaft. The way we remove these is to brace the back of the shaft on the motor and tap the top sprocket to break the beading of the glue, then use two screwdrivers or similar to remove the sprocket. never attempt the brace the motor on the bearings!
It is also possible to brace underneath the sprocket and tap the shaft to push the pulley off that way.
Note that we sell this in two versions, a Belt drive unit (which is this one) and a chain drive unit!
Used in scooters such as the Currie Technologies and Razer E100
No-Load Current: 1a
Loaded RPM: 2600-3000
Rated Current: 12a