WE CALL IT BY DIFFERENT NAMES... Earthquake Machine, Grand-Daddy Vibrator, and more... This is a unique product from Surplus Traders.
Basic motor is 1.4 inches in diameter and runs on voltages from as low as 4 volts to as high
as 14 volts. Low current consumption: 200ma@5VDC, 1000ma @ 7VDC, 2.0A @ 10VDC and 2.2A @ 12VDC. Maximum speed is approx 5000 RPM, but operation at this speed, with this weight, is not recommended.
Can be used to vibrate:
containers, fluids, wall, beds, chairs, deer feeders, etc.
Ideal as a signalling device for the hard of hearing, as well, when attached to furniture, doors or walls. We have had many, many requests for a motor of this size and power and now have it
available. Order being taken now for future delivery. NOTE: due to the vibration magnitude, this motor is NOT recommended for "personal" devices unless the motor and weight are fully and securely encased. Contact Ted Duskes at 1 800 341 6468
or Ted to reserve your stock now and negotiate large quantity pricing!
Are your prototyping a new product? 3 sample units - $100 shipping included (to new product developers only!
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info" icon for a different view.NOTE: it is recommended that this motor always be used in an enclosed (preferably ventilated) housing to prevent injury as the rotating weight has high destructive force capability.
$29.90 Ea/12, $27.90 Ea/24, $25.90 Ea/48, $21.00 Ea/96.
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A real "PEE-WEE". Brand new inventory from a cell phone maker. Rubber encased. Factory part number is 200802-MPN. Overall size is; 5/8" (17mm) long X 7/32" (5mm) X 1/4" (7mm). Terminals seem to
be spring loaded fingers - but are easily soldered. Operates on from 3VDC to 6VDC. POR
24433 in stock
We were fortunate to obtain a large quantity of the high quality Copal 6mm dia 3VDC - 7250rpm. LA6-404FB micro vibrator motors. Runs on as low as 1.2 volts. Brand new, unused, with short color coded leads.
$4.90 Ea/50, $4.05 Ea/100, $3.65 Ea/500, $3.15 Ea/1000.
1800 in stock
SUPER SMALL! HARD TO FIND!
Real tiny. Brand new inventory from cell phone factory. Made by Lumberg Connect GMBH. Factory part number is 2001002167. Overall size with the rubber boot in place; 5/8" (17mm) long X 7/32" (5mm) X 1/4"
(7mm). Terminals seem to be spring loaded fingers - but are easily soldered. The actual micro motor with the cam attached but with the rubber boot removed is only 1/8" diameter X 5/8" long. Operates on from 3VDC to 6VDC. POR
11918 in stock
Vibrator Motors are motors that produce vibration via an unbalanced mass on its drive shaft. The motors come in different shapes and sizes and can be used for a lot of different things. It can be as small as a dime and as big as a
grown man. Uses for vibrator motors range from telecommunications, industrial, robotics and even personal use. Let us explore some of the ways where vibrator motors are being used.
During the early age of electronics vibrators were used to provide
an alternating current (AC) power supply from a direct current (DC) source in an inverted circuit. This kind of circuit was commonly found in car radios which were powered by vacuum tubes to produce sound.
Vibrator Motors are motors that produce
vibration via an unbalanced mass on its drive shaft. The motors come in different shapes and sizes and can be used for a lot of different things. It can be as small as a dime and as big as a grown man. Uses for vibrator motors range from
telecommunications, industrial, robotics and even personal use. Let us explore some of the ways where vibrator motors are being used.
Industries use vibrator motors in many different ways. Industrial-sized vibrating machines can get very large
depending on what needs to be shaken. For example a feed hoppers vibrating motors can shake approximately 50 kilograms of inertial mass. Vibrator motors are also common on construction sites. These vibrating machines are used to consolidate freshly
poured cement so that all the trapped air and water escape allowing the concrete mixture to settle in properly. A similar type of device is also used to separate aggregate materials at construction sites. Sorting gravel from sand can be a chore, but with
a sorter that uses a vibrator motor, this work can be accomplished in no time. On a smaller scale, tattoo artists use tattoo guns with vibrating needles that pierce skin allowing ink to permanently settle in. Engravers also use a similar tool to
permanently etch designs and lettering on metal, glass and other materials. Other uses include propulsion for robots and motors for anti-lock braking systems.
A vibrator motor has a more personal use too. Who hasnt enjoyed a massage from a
personal electronic massager - those battery-powered massagers that differ in shape and size and can be small enough to keep in your drawer or purse? These handheld gadgets are great for sore backs, tired feet and tense shoulders. Its a good way
to relax and de-stress even while at work. Big massagers like massage chairs and vibrating beds utilize bigger vibrator motors but are equally relaxing.
Believe it or not furniture manufacturers and even electronics use vibrator motors to test the
durability of their products. This would usually involve strapping a vibrating motor onto a chair or monitor while leaving it on for a considerable period of time. This ingenious way of testing for performance can give manufacturers a good idea of how to
improve design and durability.
The use of vibrator motors extend in many ways including pharmacy, medicine and other high-tech industries. It might be easy to take such a plain machine for granted. Yet, without these motors the simple conveniences
we enjoy today might not be possible at all.
The PEE-WEE of PEE WEES. The smallest vibrator motor we have ever seen! Brand new factory surplus. Rubber encased. Factory part number is 1025061. Overall size is; 1/2" (12mm) long X 7/32" (5mm) X 3/16"
(5mm). Solder terminals. Operates on from 3VDC to 6VDC. POR
491 in stock
Operates on 1.3VDC@80MA. 7/8" x 3/8" x 1/4". Used in pagers, cell phones and vibrating batteries. 1-1/2" leads with mini 2 pin connector.
$4.45 Ea/25, $3.45 Ea/100, $3.25 Ea/500, $2.95 Ea/1000.
Only 0.4"diameter x 3/32" high. Brand new factory surplus. Has "pull-off" self adhesive tab. Seems to stick to anything. Factory part number is C394532 5C400. PC solder terminals extend 1". Operates on from
3VDC to 6VDC. We beat any price on this or similar product!
15028 in stock
Brand new. Made for Nokia cell phones. This tiny pager motor has a removable white rubber boot. Size; Only 0.16"Dia. x 0.45"L (excluding 0.10" long shaft) Operates from 1VDC to 5VDC. Approximately 18 ohms
$2.49 Ea/1000, $2.69 Ea/500, $2.95 Ea/100, $4.95 Ea/20.
373 in stock
Made by Shicoh for Ericsson cell phones. This is a small 1.3VDC vibrator motor with a removable rubber case. Solderable gold plated slide contacts. Rated:1.3VDC/20mA running. 4mm dia X 22mm long motor without the rubber
$6.95 Ea/25, $9.95 Ea/10.
New high quality motor originally made for Anti-lock brake systems. Unique offset shaft with bearing to provide the pulsation in the hydraulic circuit. O ring on mounting flange for sealing. Could also be used to cause vibration in
sorting/shifting equipment by having bearing press against frame. Designed for intermittant duty. 12 Volt DC/7.5 amps. Approx 4000 rpm. The bearing on the shaft .64" dia x 3/4". 2 hole mt on 3.4" c/c. Overall size; 3"
dia x 2 3/4". Weighs 4 lbs. 700 available at press time.
Here is a tutorial that explains in simple "baby talk" how little DC electric motors work. Take a few minutes to read it over, and enjoy learning what makes them spin. A little knowledge goes a long way and can serve you
well if you work in the world of motors. Enjoy!
Low voltage, low current miniature vibrating motor. Operates on 1.5 - 3 VDC Tiny motor with offset weighted shaft is used in cell phones and pagers for vibrating alert signal. Solder tabs.
14 in stock