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3GGG 20th March 2010 02:00 AM

Where to buy Primotec 990412016141
 
Hi all

I have spent hours online and have come to the conclusion this motor will be best for my TT project.


Primotec 9904 120 16141

From Allied Motion i have the following details.

1 off € 75, (but we do have a minimum order value of €250,-)
5 off €50,-/unit
100off €30,-/unit

I have contacted a few distributers and will pass on any further info.

If anyone nows a good dealer let me know. Maybe a small bulk buy?

I have the technical sheet for the motor but the file is too big to upload, can anyone help.

Regards

Gregg

3GGG 20th March 2010 02:21 AM

The Premotec 9904 120 16141 looks similar to the 9904 120 16111 but has an additional rear thrust bearing for low speed operation.

ghibliss 8th August 2010 04:58 PM

The motor which you have specified is the identical part number found on the motor in my Platine Verdier motor controller. You might send an email to Mr. Verdier and ask if you could purchase a replacement motor from him. I have purchased parts for my table from him in the past and his prices for parts are quite reasonable.

here is the page on his website to send an email:

http://jcverdiervalvevinyl.online.fr/formail.html

Sourdingue 9th August 2010 08:45 AM

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hello, I can intervene, because I faced the same problem you for an engine VERDIER platinum, the reference of this engine is not the general catalog of PREMOTEC, it is a special series Verdier made for a power of 7 watts, it is available only in Verdier, I was fortunate in finding a used one on the net
I contacted HOLLAND PREMOTEC to buy this type of engine, not to unity! and commercial service is very bad, the only supplier: Verdier, but beware the price! I experimented with a 3 watt it works like this, one can with less torque at startup if you have a plate less than 6 kg ...
Sorry for my english !(google translator:()

harwoodspark 9th August 2010 10:14 PM

I find the Maxon a better motor than the Premotech. Maybe this would do High Precision Drives and Systems maxon motor - supplier of high-precision drive systems. The product range is comprehensive: dc motors, brushless motors, planetary gears, spur gears, servo amplifiers, position controllers, wormgear. maxon motor

harwoodspark 9th August 2010 10:19 PM

Apologies, wrong voltage, try this High Precision Drives and Systems maxon motor - supplier of high-precision drive systems. The product range is comprehensive: dc motors, brushless motors, planetary gears, spur gears, servo amplifiers, position controllers, wormgear. maxon motor

cbj591 12th August 2010 02:21 AM

Here is a 24v Premotec that may be close to what you are looking for. 7w Servo motor,4000rpm 24V 12W 40mm dia

McLennan Servo Supplies | Control Gear | Motors and Motor Controllers | DC Motors | Mclennan Servo Supplies |9904 120 15211

McLennan just put their label over a Premotec motor.


Brian


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