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RE-max 17 Ø17 mm, Precious Metal Brushes CLL, 4 Watt, with terminals

Part number 214897

RE-max 17 Ø17 mm, Precious Metal Brushes CLL, 4 Watt, with terminals
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Prices excluding VAT and shipping costs 1-4 $95.25
5-19 $87.00
20-49 $79.63
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NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs): These products continue to be available, but are not recommended for new projects. Our sales team will be happy to suggest alternatives.

Specifications

Technical illustrations

Information: Drawings are not to scale.

Values at nominal voltage
Nominal voltage 12 V
No load speed 11300 rpm
No load current 10.2 mA
Nominal speed 8620 rpm
Nominal torque (max. continuous torque) 3.44 mNm
Nominal current (max. continuous current) 0.349 A
Stall torque 14.6 mNm
Stall current 1.45 A
Max. efficiency 84 %
Characteristics
Terminal resistance 8.29 Ω
Terminal inductance 0.205 mH
Torque constant 10.1 mNm/A
Speed constant 946 rpm/V
Speed / torque gradient 778 rpm/mNm
Mechanical time constant 7.06 ms
Rotor inertia 0.867 gcm²
Thermal data
Thermal resistance housing-ambient 35 K/W
Thermal resistance winding-housing 12 K/W
Thermal time constant winding 7.74 s
Thermal time constant motor 343 s
Ambient temperature -30...+65 °C
Max. winding temperature +85 °C
Mechanical data
Bearing type sleeve bearing
Max. speed 19000 rpm
Axial play 0.05 - 0.15 mm
Radial play 0.012 mm
Max. axial load (dynamic) 0.8 N
Max. force for press fits (static) 35 N
(static, shaft supported) 0 N
Max. radial load 1.4 N, 5 mm from flange
Other specifications
Number of pole pairs 1
Number of commutator segments 7
Number of autoclave cycles 0
Product
Weight 26 g
  • Operating Range

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Description

maxon DC motors are high-quality motors equipped with powerful permanent magnets. The centerpiece of the motor is the globally patented ironless rotor. Our precious metal brushed combination ensures a high level of consistency of the low contact resistance, even after a long standstill. The motors operate with small startup voltages and extremely low levels of electrical interference.

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