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Banebots FIRST CIM 12V 5280 RPM 345 oz-in Brushed DC Motor

Product Code : RB-Ban-71

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5280 no load rpm at 12V
12V nominal voltage
Stall torque: 343oz-in

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Description

5280 no load rpm at 12V (4A)
12V nominal voltage
Stall torque: 343oz-in

The Banebots FIRST CIM 12V 5280 RPM 345 oz-in Brushed DC Motor is a CIM motor identical to the one supplied by FIRST (FR801-001). This motor is LEGAL for FIRST competition use.
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Specifications

• Voltage range: 12V or less
• Nominal Voltage: 12V
• Stall Torque: 343oz-in
• Stall Current: 115A
• Kt: 2.98oz-in/A
• Kv: 442.5 rpm/V
• Efficiency: 65% Back to top

Dimensions

• Diameter: 6.2cm
• Length (without shaft): 11.2cm
• Shaft Length: 3.3cm
• Shaft Diameter: 8mm Back to top

Supplier Product Code

M4-R0062-12 Back to top

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Torque

Review by Jaffar
General

How do we get that torque that is mentioned in specs. i mean how much voltage we need to provide to motor. is it 12 v or more because its rotating very slow at 12 v.

(Posted on 6/9/15)

worked well, bad mechanical drawings

Review by Gordon
General

This product performs well, but the mechanical drawings are very bad. The key in the shaft is not as shown, it is actually a Pratt and Whitney key.

(Posted on 11/16/14)

No complaints

Review by Gordon
General

We are using this motor in a project and have found it performs well.

The only complaint is the bad mechanical drawings, and lacking electrical specifications. The keying in the motor shaft is also not as pictured in the mechanical drawings, it is a Pratt and Whitney key, not a regular one.

(Posted on 11/16/14)

Great Motors

Review by Usha
General

For building an autonomous robot these motors worked perfectly.

(Posted on 8/7/14)