300 RPM Dual Shaft BO Motor

300 RPM Dual Shaft BO Motor

Specification and Features of 300 RPM Dual Shaft BO Motor:-

  • Low density: lightweight, low inertia.
  • Capability to absorb shock and vibration as a result of elastic compliance.
  • Ability to operate with minimum or no lubrication, due to inherent lubricity.
  • The relatively low coefficient of friction.
  • Operating Voltage(VDC): 3~12 ?Shaft Length (mm): 8.5 ?Shaft Diameter (mm): 5.5 (Double D-type)
  • No Load Current: 40-180mA.
  • Rated Speed(After Reduction): 300 RPM
  • Rated Torque: 0.35 Kgcm

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product description

300 RPM Dual Shaft BO Motor  (Gear Motor):-

BO series straight motor gives good torque and rpm at lower operating voltages, which is the biggest advantage of these motors. The 300 RPM BO Motor Plastic Gear Motor – BO series straight motor gives good torque and rpm at lower operating voltages, which is the biggest advantage of these motors.

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Weight .25 kg
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 6 cm

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