It consists of one coin type motor which is a Permanent Magnet coreless DC motor. It vibrates when the input logic is HIGH. It is very easy to drive and Grove compatible. Can be used in toys and cell phone modules.
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|Dimensions||24mm x20mm x9.8mm|
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This is a mini vibration motor suitable as a non-audible indicator. When the input is HIGH, the motor will vibrate just like your cell phone on silent mode.
for a psychology experiment, we need something like this. Which arduino board do we have to buy that works with this ? Can we control this from the parallel port ? Do we need a power source or can this run on a battery ?
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What is the current of this motor? I see it is directly powered through the signal pin, and not VCC? Thanks!
I measured a current draw of up to 58 mA for this motor; the 47R resistor on the PCB limits it to ~100 mA at most. The 58 mA might kill an Arduino (GPIO pins are specified for up to 40 mA), so I suggest adding a transistor in a future revision of this
Hi there~ Yes you can, You can refer to our wiki. The Operating Voltage of this motor is between 3.0V to 5.5V.Regards