Item #: NPC-B82
UPC: NPC-B82
Price: $451.00
    Points to Purchase: 64429
    Availability: Available
    Usually ships In 3-9 business days (sooner, if drop-shipped)

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    Both B81 and B82 motors come standard with an electro-magnetic 24v parking brake, which can easily be removed if that function is not necessary. Built for continuous 24 volt 30 amp duty, they can be run at 36 volts for 5 minutes, adding about 50% more speed and torque. This motor comes in either left or right side shaft drive configurations, and makes a great drivetrain for a large robot. B81 is shown here.

    24V-36V
    Reversible, Permanent Magnet
    18:1 gear ratio
    20.4 pounds untrimmed
    17 pounds trimmed
    180 rpm / 18:1 gear ratio
    Overall length of motor & gearbox = 14 5/8"
    Width of gearbox = 3-3/8"
    Diameter of motor = 3-3/4"
    Length of output shaft 1-3/4"
    Output shaft diameter = 17 mm
    Keyway = 6mm

    NPC-B82


    CAD Drawing (dwg format)

    Dyno Test

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

    MowBot

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    I purchased the right and left versions of this motor last year for the mowbot I was building and the mowing season was from April thru November. I ran these motors all summer, twice a week on some fairly brutal terrain with my robotic lawnmower and never even had a slight whimper out of them. The only change I'm going to make is to orient the motor housings vertically or diagonally instead of horizontally because the locking levers (which face down) sometimes catch on terrain and lock that motor causing the mowbot to go in circles, ha. If you'd like more info or just care to discuss bots or mowbots email me at rs4734@hotmail.com.

    MowBot

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    Pros:
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    I purchased the right and left versions of this motor last year for the mowbot I was building and the mowing season was from April thru November. I ran these motors all summer, twice a week on some fairly brutal terrain with my robotic lawnmower and never even had a slight whimper out of them. The only change I'm going to make is to orient the motor housings vertically or diagonally instead of horizontally because the locking levers (which face down) sometimes catch on terrain and lock that motor causing the mowbot to go in circles, ha. If you'd like more info or just care to discuss bots or mowbots email me at rs4734@hotmail.com.