8mm Coreless DC Brush Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816-4198

8mm Coreless DC Brush Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816-4198

9mm Small Coreless DC Motor Data Sheet Motor model NFP-D0816-4198 Rated voltage 3.4V Motor diameter 8.1mm ± 0.1mm Shaft length 4.9mm ± 0.3mm Total length 21.6mm ± 0.3mm Motor body length 16.7mm ± 0.2mm Resistance 100V >5MΩ Rotation CW Stall current <5.5A Start...
8mm Coreless DC Motor – 12mm Type Model NFP-D0812

8mm Coreless DC Motor – 12mm Type Model NFP-D0812

Coreless Motor Model NFP-D0812 Data Sheet Coreless motor is similar to a cored DC motor in that it has brushes and a commutator. However, the difference is that the rotors windings are wound in a skewed (or honeycomb) fashion to form a self-supporting hollow cylinder,...
8mm Coreless DC Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816

8mm Coreless DC Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816

816 Coreless Motor Data Sheet A brushed DC electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy using Lorentz Law, which states that “a current-carrying conductor placed in a magnetic field will experience a force”. This force can be used in a variety of...
8mm Coreless DC Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816S

8mm Coreless DC Motor – 16mm Type Model NFP-D0816S

Micro DC Motor Model NFP-D0816S Data Sheet Coreless DC motor are typically used in two specific design scenarios. Firstly, in sub 10mm diameter frame motors, where the only way to get usable performance is with this construction method. Secondly, in larger motors...
8mm Coreless DC Motor – 17mm Type Model NFP-D8617

8mm Coreless DC Motor – 17mm Type Model NFP-D8617

 Coreless DC Motor Model NFP-D8617 Parameter Coreless DC motors are typically used in sub 10mm diameter frame motors, where the only way to get usable performance is with this construction method, rather than the more complex signals that are required when using...
8mm Coreless DC Motor – 20mm Type Model NFP-D8620-3665

8mm Coreless DC Motor – 20mm Type Model NFP-D8620-3665

Coreless Micro Motor Model NFP-D8620-3665 Data Sheet Coreless DC motors do away with the laminated iron core in the rotor. Instead, the rotor windings are wound in a skewed, or honeycomb, fashion to form a self-supporting hollow cylinder or “basket.” For this reason,...