Small Gear Motor

The small gear motors with a high amount of accuracy and power for instruments, measuring and testing equipment.


Small Gear Motor

Standard Gear Motors

DC gear motors are composed of two main parts: the stator and the rotor, which are separated by an air gap, and the rotor is surrounded by a gearbox. The gearbox contains a set of gears that engage with the teeth on the rotor, and the gearbox is used to change the speed and torque of the dc motor. DC gear motor uses gears to increase its torque and decrease its speed, making it ideal for applications that require high torque at low speeds.
DC gear motors can be classified into two types: brushed dc gear motor and brushless dc gear motor.

Brushed Gear Motors

All kinds of spur gear motors list. They are also popular due to their low cost, high efficiency, and they are miniature in size and feature a gearbox that reduces their rotational speed while increasing their torque output.

Brushless Gear Motors

All models of brushless dc gear motors, brushed types, brushless types. BLDC gear motors have high torque to weight ratio, increased efficiency producing more torque per watt, increased reliability, reduced noise, longer lifetime.

Worm Gear Motors

Worm gear motors are a type of mechanical device that is designed to help move and control the motion of objects. They are most commonly used in industrial and commercial applications, such as robotics, medical equipment, and automation. Worm gear motors are generally constructed with two parts: a ‘worm’, which is a type of helical gear, and a ‘gear’, which is a type of spur gear.
The worm gear motor is a very efficient motor because it is able to convert rotational motion into linear motion. This type of motor is very popular in applications where a great degree of control is necessary. Worm gear motors are also able to provide high torque output, even at very low speeds. This makes them ideal for applications such as robotics, medical equipment, and automation.

Stepping Gear Motors

Stepping gear motors, also known as stepper gear motors, are a type of electric motor that converts electrical pulses into precise mechanical movements. They are widely used in various applications that require accurate positioning and control, including robotics, 3D printers, CNC machines, automation systems, medical equipment…

The key features of stepping gear motors include:
1. Step-wise motion: Stepping gear motors move in discrete steps, allowing for precise control over position and rotation. Each step corresponds to a specific angle of rotation, typically 1.8 or 0.9 degrees per step.
2. Open-loop control: Stepper motors operate in an open-loop system, meaning they do not require feedback to determine their position. Instead, they rely on the number of input pulses to determine the number of steps and the resulting position.
3. High torque at low speeds: Stepper motors provide high torque even at low speeds, making them suitable for applications that require precise control and holding torque.
4. Simple and cost-effective control: Stepper motors are relatively easy to control using a stepper motor driver or controller. They can be controlled using various interfaces, such as pulse and direction signals or serial communication protocols.

6mm Planetary Gear Motors

All models of 6mm planetary dc gear motors, pencil size, various options. These motors which are known for their small size and high performance, are typically used in a wide range of applications such as medical devices, consumer products, and industrial automation equipment.

Planetary Gear Motors

All models of low speed big torque planetary gear motors. The main advantage of using a planetary gear motor is that it is able to deliver a higher torque-to-inertia ratio than other electric motors, meaning it can deliver more torque at a given speed. This makes it ideal for applications that require high torque, such as robotics and automotive applications.

Plastic Gear Motors

All models of plastic gear motors, light weight big torque. The advantage of plastic gear motors is that they are lightweight, durable, and cost-effective. The gear type and ratio determine the speed and torque of the motor. For example, a planetary gear motor has a higher torque but lower speed than a spur gear motor.

Coreless Gear Motors

Coreless gear motors are known for their high performance and offer several advantages. Combination of gearbox and Coreless motor enabling higher levels of motion and control precision.