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MFA 950D1481 Gearbox and Motor 148:1 6mm Shaft 6 to 15V



MFA 950D1481 Gearbox and Motor 148:1 6mm Shaft 6 to 15V
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Order Code:

37-1113

 


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Key Features

Data Sheets

Spur-geared metal gearbox, 148:1 Gear Ratio, 4.5 to 15V Voltage Rating, 7.98W Power Rating, 11,646rpm No Load Speed, 9869rpm Maximum Speed, 0.99A Load Current, 78.4g-cm Maximum Continuous Torque, 513.5g-cm Stall Torque, 35mm Diameter, 6mm Shaft Diameter, 93mm Long, 162g weight. Powerful 5-pole Motor, The Gearboxes are of All-Metal Construction and Employ Spurred Gears High Torque Transfer, Output Bearings Enable the High Torque from the Motor to be Efficiently Transmitted Through the Gearbox, Suitable for Heavy-duty Industrial and Model Applications, MFA/COMO 950D Series.

Technical Specification
Technical Specification
Motor data
TypeVoltageMotor output (max. efficency) (W)Torque (max. efficiency) (g.cm)Mftrs. part no.Order Code
11:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D11137-1110
50:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D50137-1111
100:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D100137-1112
148:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D148137-1113
500:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D500137-1114
810:1 ratio4.5 to 15V7.9878.4950D810137-1115

Reduction table (rpm)
TypeSupply Voltage (4.5V)Supply Voltage (6V)Supply Voltage (9V)Supply Voltage (12V)Supply Voltage (15V)
11:1 ratio42957285811451430
50:1 ratio94126189252315
100:1 ratio415583110138
148:1 ratio32426485106
500:1 ratio811172228
810:1 ratio57111518
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Questions


Question by Paul Mulvey
31 May 2012

QDo you stock any suitable wheels that will push onto the shaft of this motor?
AThanks for your enquiry Paul. I'm afraid we do not stock any wheels which would fit the shaft of this motor.

Question by David Watkins
02 April 2012

QYou state your max efficiency torque as 78.4 g cm. Is this the stall torque from the output of the motor without the gears applied (so a 148:1 ratio would give a stall torque of roughly 11kg cm but obviously reduced speed)?
AHi David, this is the information supplied to us by the suppliers – however I would say that the 78.4g cm applies to the motor only with no gearbox applied. It seems reasonable to multiply this by the gear ratio which comes to 11.6Kg.cm – but this takes no account of any additional inefficiencies that are also introduced. But 11kg would seem a reasonable figure to work with.


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