Difference between revisions of "Motor donation 2013-01-27"

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They will be allocated in the order requested on the mailing list first. Please do not reserve any via this page.
 
They will be allocated in the order requested on the mailing list first. Please do not reserve any via this page.
  
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===Smallish stuff===
 
5x "Parvalux" worm-geared
 
5x "Parvalux" worm-geared
  
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1x Parvalux as above with shorter shaft, no case on the commutator, working
 
1x Parvalux as above with shorter shaft, no case on the commutator, working
  
1x Parvalux as above but seems broken, the shaft is very stiff to turn by hand and won't turn when voltage is applied.
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1x Parvalux as above but seems broken, the shaft is very stiff to turn by hand and won't turn when voltage is applied. Identified by a smashed encoder on the motor shaft.
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1x Parvalux as above but with different gearbox mounting holes, working
  
 
3x unnamed 24V worm gear motors
 
3x unnamed 24V worm gear motors
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* 25:1 Gearbox
 
* 25:1 Gearbox
 
* Tested at 24V
 
* Tested at 24V
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1x 24V "Valeo" windscreen wiper size, left-handed, working
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1x unmarked windscreen wiper size, left-handed, working
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Note that the left-handed motors do not have the same mounting holes as *any* other motor.

Revision as of 14:10, 27 January 2013

This is the inventory of the motors donated by Ken Boak on 2013-01-27.

They will be allocated in the order requested on the mailing list first. Please do not reserve any via this page.

Smallish stuff

5x "Parvalux" worm-geared

Motor-Parvalux.jpeg
  • 24V
  • Max Amps 4.1, RPM 4000, Watts output 60, continuous
  • Output RPM 100, 2.5Nm, 40:1 ratio.
  • All tested to turn with a low voltage input.

1x Parvalux as above with shorter shaft, no case on the commutator, working

1x Parvalux as above but seems broken, the shaft is very stiff to turn by hand and won't turn when voltage is applied. Identified by a smashed encoder on the motor shaft.

1x Parvalux as above but with different gearbox mounting holes, working

3x unnamed 24V worm gear motors

  • Bigger than the parvalux
  • All tested to turn with a low voltage input
  • With keyway

5x unnamed 24V worm gear motors

  • Smaller than the parvalux, about car windscreen wiper motor size
  • These seem to be less efficient than the Parvaluxes, drawing about 1A @ 6V without any load.

1x 24V pancake motor with integral gearbox

  • 25:1 Gearbox
  • Tested at 24V

1x 24V "Valeo" windscreen wiper size, left-handed, working

1x unmarked windscreen wiper size, left-handed, working

Note that the left-handed motors do not have the same mounting holes as *any* other motor.