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Single and Dual Output Shaft Inline Motor and Gearbox 1:200

<p>A choice of either dual output shaft or single output shaft inline motor and gearbox assemblies.<br/><br/> The gearbox delivers a ratio of 1:200 and is made from high quality plastic. Ideal for use in the construction of robotics and other models. All you need to do is add wheels, hubs or tracks.</p>

  • Available with dual or single output shaft
  • Gear Ratio: 1:200
  • Power: 3 to 12V DC
  • Single motor
  • Without loading: 40-230mA / 25-100rpm
  • Output torque:
  • Weight: 31.9g
  • Size 68 x 20mm
  • Shafts: 7mm diameter, 4.5mm flat edge, 5mm long

Order codeMftrs Part No.
37-1221Dual output shaft motor
37-1214Single output shaft motor
Question by Steve
Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Q Are these Bi-directional motors? thanks
A Hi Steve. Thank you for your question. These will go in both directions.

Question by Lewis 1337 | Product code: 37-1214
Friday, December 7, 2012

Q What is the height?
A Hi Lewis. Thank you for your question. According to the dimensions on the data sheet, this motor and gearbox is 69.4 long ( including connections) x 33.3mm wide (including drive shafts) and 22.3 tall/thick/high.

Question by Jack
Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Q Does this speed up or slow down the output Also, How do i connect gears etc to the output. Thanks
A The different out puts are both the same only changing the voltage and current can you change the motor speed. Gears could be connected to the output shaft

Question by Marc de Vos
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Q What exactly is the difference between single or dual output shaft? we are building a model robot that will have 2 wheels driven at the back directly from the output of this motor. We want them turning at the same speed. Which would you suggest? and which axle shaft do we need to use with it? thanks, marc
A Hi Marc Thanks for your question. The motors either have a shaft output on both sides, or on only 1 side. Possibly the dual output would be more suited to your application, but this can really depend on your design Something like 06-1188 would be suitable for connecting the axels.