AndyMark 775 RedLine Motor
This updated version of the AndyMark 775 RedLine Motor is an even faster and more powerful version of this popular 775-class motor platform. With a power rating of up to 382W, this motor is capable...Read More
Motors need air flow to keep cool. A hot motor won't last nearly as long, or deliver the power it once did new. To keep a RedLine cool and in great shape, use a 775 Vent Plate Spacer, am-3650 when mounting to a custom gearbox. All of our gearboxes that use this motor have vent plate spacers included with your purchase or include sufficient venting machined in.
Useful Additional Parts:
- RedLine Encoder Kit, am-3773
- 12 Tooth 32 DP Pinion, am-3657
- M4 x 0.7 10 mm Mounting Screw, am-1264
- Vent Plate for keeping this motor cool and functional - 775 Vent Plate Spacer, am-3650
- Fantastic Gearbox Pairing Options:
Motor has the following information laser etched on the flux ring:
Manufacturer Part number: DF-30F-2003
Logo: AndyMark Logo
AndyMark Part Number: am-3775a
Date Code: YYWWD
- Bolt Pattern: 2 M4x0.7 Holes on a 29 mm diameter bolt circle
- Diameter: 1.744 in.
- Length: 3.455 in.
- Maximum Power: 380 Watts (+/- 10%)
- No Load Current: 3.8 A
- No Load RPM: 21020 RPM (+/- 10%)
- Output Shaft Diameter: 5 mm
- Output Shaft Length: 0.346 in.
- Stall Current: 130 A
- Stall Torque: 0.7 N-m (6.2 in-lbs) (+/- 10%)
- Voltage: 12 VDC
- Weight: 0.806 lb
Good for light loading high speed applications woth no chance of stalling
This is a high RPM brushed motor that is pretty delicate when you ask it for a lot of torque. The brushes are just flat springs and the current path is very narrow, so you only have to overload it once to kill the temper on those springs. We have burned out quite a few of them during software debug. They are great for situations where you need the high RPM and never have a stall.
Good motor in the right application
This motor has decent power when paired with the right gearbox. The key thing that anyone buying this needs to know is this motor should never be stalled for more than a second or so as these burn up very quickly when stalled. We selected this for our climber in a box and learned very quickly that a limit switch is essential for when the winch fully pulls the climber arm down. Even with a limit switch the motor took damage over repeated climbs and eventually stalled before making a full pull on our final climb. We will be switching to neo 550s for our second competition as their stall tolerance is much better when using appropriate current limiting. That said we are replacing a too slow and underpowered ball feeder motor (PG71) with a redline and gearbox for our second event.
Excellent motor, runs & operates great!
Excellent motor, runs & operates great!
Power Wheels 24v Porsche
These motors have been working great in my children’s 24 volt Power Wheels Porsche. They have a great low end power and I’ve seen a speed increase as well with the higher RPMs at 24v. The kids are really enjoying them. I
775 RedLine Motors
We love these motors for shooters and intakes. They work even better when paired together!
Great Motor - The Pinnacle of the Air-Cooled High Power Brushed Motors in FRC
We on 1519 have loved the AndyMark 775 RedLine motor during the past few years. They were the go-to motor for high-power, high-RPM applications on our 2019 robot, particularly when coupled with the am-3773 RedLine Encoder Kit on the backshaft of the RedLine motor. Two RedLine motors (paired with a 325:1 Dual 775 Sport) ran the arm on our 2019 robot. With that gear reduction (plus more in the final chain drive), these motors worked flawlessly all year long. We also used four of these (again paired with the 325:1 Dual 775 Sport) for our 4-bar linkage climber in 2019 as well, with outstanding success. We'd definitely use them again for the right application. However, with the brushless motor revolution coming upon FRC, the days of the RedLine motor may be numbered.