The only motors and actuators permitted on 2014 FRC ROBOTS include the following:

Table 4-1: Legal Motors

Motor Name

Part Numbers Available

Max Qty Allowed

CIM

FR801-001

M4-R0062-12

AM802-001A

217-2000

PM25R-44F-1005

PM25R-45F-1004

PM25R-45F-1003

PMR25R-45F-1003

PMR25R-44F-1005

6

BaneBots Motors

 

M7-RS775-18 / RS775PH-6221

M7-RS775-12 / RS775WC-8514

M5-RS555-12 / RS555PH-4136F

M5-RS550-12 / RS550VC-7527

M5-RS550-12-B / RS550VC-7527L

M5-RS545-12 / RS545PH-5125F

M5-RS540-12 / RS540BA-5040

M3-RS395-12 / RS395PH-3328

M3-RS390-12

4

AndyMark 9015

am-0912

4

Denso Throttle Control

AE235100-0160

4

VEX BAG and/or mini-CIM

217-3351

217-3371

4

AndyMark PG

am-2161

am-2194

3

Window Motors

Door Motors

Windshield Wiper Motors

Seat Motors

262100-3030
262100-3040
Various from FIRST® Choice

Various from Automotive Recyclers Association PDV

2

VEX 2-wire Motor 393

276-2177

2

Snow Blower Motor

am-2235

1

Electrical solenoid actuators, no greater than 1 in. stroke and rated electrical input power no greater than 10 watts (W) continuous duty at 12 volts (VDC)

Unlimited

Drive motors or fans that are part of a motor controller or COTS computing device

Unlimited

Fans included in the 2014 Kickoff Kit, FIRST® Choice, or as a Talon motor controller accessory

Unlimited

COTS servos with a maximum power rating of 4W each at 6VDC

Per the Servo Industry,

Servo Max Power Rating = (Stall Torque) X (No Load Speed)

Unlimited

 

This is the total number of each motor a Team may use on their ROBOT, not the quantity per part number. For example, each team may use up to six (6) CIM motors on their ROBOT, regardless of the quantity or combination of each individual part number used.

Given the extensive amount of motors allowed on the ROBOT, Teams are encouraged to consider the total power available from the ROBOT battery during the design and build of the ROBOT. Stalling many motors at the same time could lead to drops in ROBOT battery voltage  that will result in loss of power to core Control System pieces or may trip the main breaker.

 

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The only motors and actuators permitted on 2014 FRC ROBOTS include the following:

Table 4-1: Legal Motors

Motor Name

Part Numbers Available

Max Qty Allowed

CIM

FR801-001

M4-R0062-12

AM802-001A

217-2000

PM25R-44F-1005

PM25R-45F-1004

PM25R-45F-1003

PMR25R-45F-1003

PMR25R-44F-1005

6

BaneBots Motors

 

M7-RS775-18 / RS775PH-6221

M7-RS775-12 / RS775WC-8514

M5-RS555-12 / RS555PH-4136F

M5-RS550-12 / RS550VC-7527

M5-RS550-12-B / RS550VC-7527L

M5-RS545-12 / RS545PH-5125F

M5-RS540-12 / RS540BA-5040

M3-RS395-12 / RS395PH-3328

M3-RS390-12

4

AndyMark 9015

am-0912

4

Denso Throttle Control

AE235100-0160

4

VEX BAG and/or mini-CIM

217-3351

217-3371

4

AndyMark PG

am-2161

am-2194

3

Window Motors

Door Motors

Windshield Wiper Motors

Seat Motors

262100-3030
262100-3040
Various from FIRST® Choice

Various from Automotive Recyclers Association PDV

2

VEX 2-wire Motor 393

276-2177

2

Snow Blower Motor

am-2235

1

Electrical solenoid actuators, no greater than 1 in. stroke and rated electrical input power no greater than 10 watts (W) continuous duty at 12 volts (VDC)

Unlimited

Drive motors or fans that are part of a motor controller or COTS computing device

Unlimited

Fans included in the 2014 Kickoff Kit, FIRST® Choice, or as a Talon motor controller accessory

Unlimited

COTS servos with a maximum power rating of 4W each at 6VDC

Per the Servo Industry,

Servo Max Power Rating = (Stall Torque) X (No Load Speed)

Unlimited

 

This is the total number of each motor a Team may use on their ROBOT, not the quantity per part number. For example, each team may use up to six (6) CIM motors on their ROBOT, regardless of the quantity or combination of each individual part number used.

Given the extensive amount of motors allowed on the ROBOT, Teams are encouraged to consider the total power available from the ROBOT battery during the design and build of the ROBOT. Stalling many motors at the same time could lead to drops in ROBOT battery voltage  that will result in loss of power to core Control System pieces or may trip the main breaker.