Pelonis Technologies, Inc. Datasheets for DC Motors

DC motors are most commonly used in variable speed and torque applications. They include brushless and gear motors, as well as servomotors.
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Product Name Notes
10 x 4 mm (0.39 x 0.16 in). Axially Grooved Bearings. 3V (2.8~3.3V range). Brushless Commutation for long life operation. RoHS Compliant.
13 x 5 mm (0.52 x 0.20 in). Axially Grooved Bearings. 3V (2.8~3.3V range). Brushless Commutation for long life operation. RoHS Compliant.
13 x 6 mm (0.52 x 0.24 in). Axially Grooved Bearings. 5V (4.5~5.5V range). Brushless Commutation for long life operation. RoHS Compliant.
Carbon Brushed DC Motors ensure that the commutation process remains free from sparks and helps conduct electric current between the moving parts of the motor. This prevents the motor, or...
Coin Vibration DC Motors are compact and easy to install and use, and are commonly installed using a permanent self-adhesive. They have no external moving parts and can be used...
Coreless Brushed DC Motors are small, lightweight, energy efficient, and generate low electrical noise and EMI, making them ideal for robotics, electronics, small pumps, medical devices, and office equipment. These...
Precious Metal Brushed DC Motors are a cost efficient solution for applications that require continuous operation with reduced current loads and low power output under low voltage. Their brushes are...