A low power motor that turns and turns. Requires a GlobalAdapter-1201 and a SwitchPower or the Drive-FR120N to switch or control power to the actuator and its rotation speed (RPM). Comes with a coupling flange so it's easy to attach whatever needs to be rotated.
- Start rotating an object when reaching for it, using the proximity of the person's hand to the table the object is placed on, as measured by a ReachClose.
- Attach a small flexible stick and create a robotic drummer. Use sensor data to trigger a single hit or hit sequences.
||1.0 (August 2021)|
||0.10 N-m, 1.0 kgf-cm, 0.9 lb-in|
||100 RPM at 12 V|
||? - ? ºC|
||12V DC, 0.19 A stalled, 0.55 A max|
||motor: 24 x 15 x 12 mm (0.94 x 0.59 x 0.47 inch), axis: 12 x 3 mm diameter (0.47 x 0.12 inch), flange: 22 mm (0.86 inch) diameter|
||motor: two 4.0 mm (0.16 inch) mounting holes spaced apart 27 mm (1.1 inch), flange: four 3 mm (0.12 inch) mounting holes spaced apart 11 mm (0.43 inch)|
||0.20 m (7.9 inch), unshielded, red wire = power, black wire = ground, extendable at least 100 m (328 ft)|
||stripped wire ends|
||24 g (0.85 oz)|
- Our EditorX software allows you to configure the digitizer to control multiple actuators simultaneously with PWM signals suitable for servos.
- Requires 12 V DC power supply such as the GlobalAdapter-1201.
- To switch power to the actuator use the SwitchPower or the Drive-FR120N.
- Use coupling flange to mechanically connect with the object that is to be rotated.