Brushless Mini Plastic DC Gear Motor TGP01D-A130 For Toy Car
Characters of Mini Plastic DC Gear Motor
- Voltage: 3v 6v
- Reduction Ratio: 1/48,,1/120,1/180,1/220,1/256,1/288
- Dize:64.2 X 22.5 X 18.8mm,64.2mm length micro motor
- The double side
- can match with wheels, leading wires, and battery boxes
- Samples can be sent first. The delivery time is 15-20 days
Gear motor dimension (mm)
Customization Service of Mini Plastic DC Gear Motor
See what else customized services we can offer to you?
1. gear 2. shaft 3. rear shaft 4. encoder 5. waterproof
Note: All these customization services won’t lead to new tooling costs, just can have our gear motors fit your design demands perfectly
1. Gear type: Helical, worm, spur,
Material: powder, copper, machined, plastic. all gears are designed by our engineers
2. Shaft： hole on the shaft, square shaft, screw shaft…
3. Rear shaft: for encoder mounting or another component you want to mount
4. Encoder: hall sensor encoder
5. Waterproof: protect motor well
6. another customization request if you need
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What is a DC motor?
DC motor is a kind of motor that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. DC motor obtains power through DC and converts this energy into mechanical rotation.
The DC motor uses the magnetic field generated by the generated current to provide power for the movement of the rotor fixed in the output shaft. The output torque and speed depend on the electrical input and the design of the motor.
How do DC Motors work?
The term ‘DC motor’ is used to refer to any rotary electrical machine that converts direct current electrical energy into mechanical energy. DC motors can vary in size and power from small motors in toys and appliances to large mechanisms that power vehicles, pull elevators and hoists, and drive steel rolling mills. But how do DC Motors work?
DC motors include 2 key components: a stator and an armature. The stator is the stationary part of a motor, while the armature rotates. In a DC motor, the stator provides a rotating magnetic field that drives the armature to rotate.
A simple DC motor uses a stationary set of magnets in the stator, and a coil of wire with a current running through it to generate an electromagnetic field aligned with the center of the coil. One or more windings of insulated wire are wrapped around the core of the motor to concentrate the magnetic field.
The windings of insulated wire are connected to a commutator (a rotary electrical switch), that applies an electrical current to the windings. The commutator allows each armature coil to be energized in turn, creating a steady rotating force (known as torque).
When the coils are turned on and off in sequence, a rotating magnetic field is created that interacts with the different fields of the stationary magnets in the stator to create torque, which causes it to rotate. These key operating principles of DC motors allow them to convert the electrical energy from direct current into mechanical energy through the rotating movement, which can then be used for the propulsion of objects.