|4.75 mm||7.1 mm||2.2 mm||3.5 mm||Inline||3 V||9,500 rpm||87.5 mA||0.6 G|
|Body Diameter||4.75 mm||Max body diameter or max face dimension where non-circular|
|Body Length||7.1 mm||Excl. shafts, leads and terminals|
|Unit Weight||1 g|
|Mounting||PCB SMD Reflow||See drawing for details|
|No. of Output Shafts||1|
|Counterweight Radius||2.2 mm||Radius from shaft for non-cylindrical weights|
|Counterweight Length||3.5 mm|
|Commutation||Precious Metal Brush|
|No. of Poles||3|
|Bearing Type||Sintered Bronze|
|Rated Operating Voltage||3 V|
|Rated Vibration Speed||9,500 rpm||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Max. Rated Operating Current||100 mA||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Rated Inertial Test Load||100 g||Mass of rated load standard test sled|
|Max. Start Voltage||2.6 V||Certified starting voltage. Measured at no load, where applicable|
|Min. Vibration Amplitude||0.38 G||Peak-to-peak value at rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Max. Operating Voltage||3.4 V|
|Max. Start Current||120 mA||At rated voltage|
|Min. Insulation Resistance||1 MOhm||At 50V DC between motor terminal and case|
|Typical Rated Load Power Consumption||262 mW||At rated voltage and load|
|Typical Rated Operating Current||87.5 mA||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Vibration Amplitude||0.6 G||Peak-to-peak value at rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Start Current||105 mA||At rated voltage|
|Typical Vibration Efficiency||2.3 G/W||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Normalised Amplitude||0.6 G||Peak-to-peak vibration amplitude normalised by the inertial test load at rated voltage|
|Typical Start Voltage||1.6 V||Measured at no load, where applicable|
|Typical Terminal Resistance||27.5 Ohm|
|Typical Terminal Inductance||350 uH|
|Typical Lag Time||17.5 ms||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Rise Time||46 ms||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Stop Time||53 ms||At rated voltage using the inertial test load|
|Typical Active Brake Time||20 ms||Time taken from steady-state to 0.04 G under inverse polarity at max. voltage|
|Typical Min. Counterweight Pullout||50 N|
|Max. Operating Temp.||70 Deg.C|
|Min. Operating Temp.||-20 Deg.C
|Max. Storage & Transportation Temp.||85 Deg.C|
|Min. Storage & Transportation Temp.||-40 Deg.C|
|Reflow Temperature Profile|
|Carton Type||Reel (˜33cm)|
|part number||Unit Price|
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