Motors and Servos
A larger version of our standard Nema 17 type stepper motor. This stepper motor (HCROBO0051) conforms the the Nema type 17 specification and has a motor case depth of 47mm. It has a step angle of 1.8° and is suitable for applications such as 3D printers and CNC machines.
The DS05-NFC high torque servo (HCROBO0050) is able to rotate continuously in full 360 rotations in both forward (clockwise) and reverse (anti-clockwise) directions. It will accept standard servo signals for its input meaning it can be driven from just one 5V digital pin of a microcontroller. A pulse-width of 1ms will turn the servo at full reverse speed...
£1.91Micro coreless 6mm x 14mm motor. Capable of rotating at speeds of up to 35000RPM. Suited for RC and minia...
A tiny vibrating DC motor measuring just 8 x 5mm (excluding shaft). Ideal for various applications such as haptic feedback, micro robotics, toys etc.
Trunnion: 1.0 mm
Axel length: 4 mm...
The MG946R Servo is a popular high speed, high torque metal gear digital servo providing stable and shock proof opperation. Compliant with most standard receiver interfaces: Futaba, Hitec, Sanwa, GWS etc. Great for RC truck, Boat, Racing Car, Helicopter and Airplane and microcontroller projects.
Smart Car Robot Plastic DC 3V-6V Drive Gear Motor with tire
Popular minature servo
3.7V 6 x 12mm 50000r/min micro DC corel...
Standard low voltage '130' type DC motor with two solderable terminals.
The ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board uses a ULN2003 IC to drive 4-phase, 5-wire stepper motors.
Supply Voltage: 5V (Supplied motor suitable for 5V applications)
Max Output Current: 0.5A (Single Output)
4 LED indicators
Size: 40.5mm x 21.3mm
Stepper Motor Cable Length (approx.): 24cm
Holding Torque: 0.3kg/cm
Step Angle: 5.625 degrees
Reduction Ratio: 1/64
This N20 micro geared motor comes complete with a purpose designed friction fit wheel. Dimensions for which can be seen below. The motor itself is a 6V motor with a built-it metal gearbox and together has a rotational speed of 60 RPM (no load), and a load RPM of 48. These are used in our Maze Runner robot car (HCROBO0052) and have a nice high build quality feel to them.