Rugged Custom Gear Motors​

Multi Products offers an extensive line of AC shaded pole, brushed DC , miniature brushed DC, and brushless DC gearmotors. With continuous rated torque up to 200 inlb and speeds as low as 0.25 RPM, Multi Products has the ability to meet most any sub-fractional gearmotor requirement. Let us match your unique application needs with one of our custom gearmotors.

How to Select A Custom Gear Motor
Picture of the model 400 AC gear motor

Custom AC Gear Motors

Our Shaded Pole induction motors and gearheads can be custom designed and matched to meet your individual application requirements.

  • Both motor only and complete gearmotors available
  • Low minimum custom order quantities
  • Specialized ball and needle bearing designs
  • Added-value engineering & design capabilities
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Picture of the model 7000 and 7000x DC gear motor

Custom DC Gear Motors

Our brushed and brushless BLDC motors and gearheads can be custom designed and matched to meet your individual application requirements.

  • Both motor only and complete gearmotors available
  • Low minimum custom order quantities
  • Specialized ball and needle bearing designs
  • Added-value engineering & design capabilities
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How To Select A Custom Gearmotor

Multi Products has a variety of gearmotor and case combinations available to meet most every sub-fractional gearmotor need.

Begin with Simple Questions:

  1. What voltage will the motor operate?
  2. Do you prefer wall power (AC) or battery power (DC)?
  3. What speed is required to meet the application needs?
  4. What torque is required for the application?
  5. What duty cycle will the gearmotor operate? (100% continuous duty or intermittent duty)
  6. What direction of rotation for the output shaft?

More Detailed Questions:

  1. What type of output shaft is required in the application?
  2. Are there any dimensional or size constraints?
  3. What is the ambient temperature surrounding the gearmotor when in operation?
  4. Will the gearmotor be subjected to any radial or axial loading?
  5. Is the load constant or variable?