Philo announced one more update to his valuable resource, where he has a comprehensive performance comparative, between the several LEGO 9V motors ever produced by TLG.
This time, to include his measured data about the new Power Functions E-motor (9670).
See it here!
That's an amazing work, full of valuable technical information for all those building with LEGO Technic, regarding these motors and their electrical/mechanical characteristics. Don't miss it!
It is also a good reference, whenever you need to now more about the LEGO motors or decide which one to use for some specific application.
You can find there, data regarding: weight, rotation speed and consumption current at no-load working conditions, as well as many other measures, from stalled characteristics to motor's performance at different supply voltages.
Friday, January 14, 2011
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