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This tiny, button-type, vibrating motor shakes with a vibration amplitude of 0.75g and draws approximately 60 mA when 3 V is applied to its leads. The shaftless design keeps this motor small: 8 mm in diameter and 3.4 mm in height.
This shaftless vibration motor is fully-enclosed with no exposed moving parts. Its small size (8 mm diameter, 3.4 mm height) and shaftless design mean you can mount it on a PCB or even place it in a pocket to add quiet, haptic feedback to your project. The motor has a 3M adhesive backing on it for easy mounting and 1.5" leads for making quick connections. Polarity is not important; the motor can run CW or CCW.
We offer this vibration motor in three different sizes:
All three of these motors have the same vibrational amplitude (0.75g), but the 10?3.4mm version has more mass than the other two, which results in a slightly greater vibrational force.
|Size||8 mm diameter, 3.4 mm height|
|Recommended operating voltage||2.5 – 3.5 V|
|Vibration amplitude at 3 V||0.75g|
|Speed at 3 V||14500 RPM (12000 RPM min)|
|Free-run current at 3 V||60 mA (80 mA max)|
|Startup current at 3 V||120 mA max|
|Motor resistance||29 ± 6 Ω|
|Operating temperature||-10°C to +60°C|
|Storage temperature||-30°C to +70°C|
|Shaftless Vibration Motor 10x2.0mm|
|Shaftless Vibration Motor 10x3.4mm|
|Force-Sensing Resistor - 0.2" Circle|