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electronic:actuator:dcmotor:13.65.12 [2020/02/12 21:51]
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electronic:actuator:dcmotor:13.65.12 [2020/03/09 22:06] (current)
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 ^  DC Motor Description ​ ||||| ^  DC Motor Description ​ |||||
-^Manufacturer||Buehler Products Inc.|||+^Manufacturer||[[https://​www.buehlermotor.com/​en|Buehler Products Inc.]]|||
 ^Model||**13.65.12/​12V**||| ^Model||**13.65.12/​12V**|||
 ^Recovered from||-||| ^Recovered from||-|||
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 | ^Speed|,000 RPM|,000 RPM| | | ^Speed|,000 RPM|,000 RPM| |
 | ^Current| | mA| | | ^Current| | mA| |
-^Stall current|| ||| 
-^Starting torque|| g-cm||| 
 ^Rotation||Either direction, depending on power polarity||| ^Rotation||Either direction, depending on power polarity|||
 ^Dimensions^^(not including shaft)^Shaft|| ^Dimensions^^(not including shaft)^Shaft||
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 |Green and Yellow|Velocity sensor| |Green and Yellow|Velocity sensor|
  
-The tachometer provides a sinusoidal voltage with varying frequency and amplitude. ​ You can use a full-wave rectifier and capacitor to turn this signal into DC.  Calibration is required.+The tachometer provides a sinusoidal voltage with varying frequency and amplitude. ​ You can use a full-wave rectifier and capacitor to turn this signal into DC.  Calibration is required. ​ ​(Sinusoidal Encoder output 11.0 VAC - 850 Hz @ 12 VDC input for 13-65-36 ((https://​www.electronicsurplus.com/​buehler-13-65-36-motors-dc-6-24vdc-tach-output)))
  
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