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# Motor Datasheet Confusion

## Motor Datasheet Confusion

### RE: Motor Datasheet Confusion

Hi,
From what I can see, the peak torque in either case (12V or 24V) is approx. 4000 g-cm

### RE: Motor Datasheet Confusion

I think the peak (motor) torque is 900/1300 (12v/24v). The graphs do not include a torque curve. You would need to calculate that from the power curve.

Gearbox output torque is motor torque / ratio X approx 93%.
eg for 1/3 ratio 12v motor, the output torque is 900 / 0.3333 X 0.93 = 2511 g.cm or 2.5 kg.cm

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