Small Electric Motors
This small DC motor runs off any battery or solar cell ranging from 0.5-volts to 6-volts in fact it is our best all-purpose electric motor. It is ideal for experimenting with direct current (DC) electrical power or creating motorized projects of your own design. It may also be used as a small DC generator.

This small DC motor rotates at about 1800 rpm at 2.0 volts. It really is smaller and quicker than our low velocity DC motor.

Our small electric motors are available in a variety of shapes and sizes for your convenience of choice. We’ve been producing high quality products since we first opened our doors and it is a tradition that we make an effort to uphold long in to the long term. Come and experience the excellent customer service that we are guaranteed to supply! Visit our site or get in touch with our customer service department today!
A small electric electric motor is a fractional horsepower electric motor that has significantly less than one horsepower, or 745.7 watts, of power. As with other simple electrical motors, small electrical motors consist of several fundamental parts: an axle, a steel enclosure, a field magnet, a nylon end cap, a rotor, a coil, and a power of some sort. The quantity of power able to be created by a small electric motor will change according to its size which is definitely variable.

The tiny electric motor spins in various directions based about how the battery network marketing leads are installed. These motors are usually single phase or three phase based on required output and intended application. Considerations to be produced when identifying EP motor use include: whether a electric motor will be needed for continuous or intermittent duty, voltage ratings, desired weight of electric motor, fan-cooling, adjustable speeds etc. Like all electrical motors, small electric motors convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. They alter electric energy into rotational movement by using the organic behavior of magnetism, or the attracting and repelling forces of a magnet strong enough to trigger rotation. These small motors are typically low priced and easy maintenance options for motor needs.