TT Geared Motor DC 6V/200RPM



Makeblock TT Geared Motor DC 6V/200RPM is the new power source with plastic gears in Makeblock platform. This TT Geared Motor fits perfectly with Makeblock Plastic Timing Pulley 62T and Plastic Timing Pulley 90T for the wheels system of DIY items. It can be used in Makeblock mBot as the power source.


  1. Support for positive and negative transfer.
  2. High accurateness in flow control.
  3. D(1.5-4)mm*0.5m silicone tube is included for using.
  4. Environmental protection silicone tube for food and medical industry.
  5. Simple structure and low maintenance.


  1. Rated Voltage: DC 6V
  2. No Load Speed: 200RPM±10%
  3. Gear Ratio 1:48

Size Chart(mm)微信截图_20160128121258


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6 thoughts on “TT Geared Motor DC 6V/200RPM”

  1. a small plastic part of my mBot is broken,

    which is the part of “TT Geared Motor DC 6V/200RPM”
    the small while plastic adapter circular cylinder (with 10mm height * 8mm diameter base with 2mm*3mm rod-like on the other end)
    and which is used for connecting the gear system to the wheel

    (i wish you can understand what i describe or i can send you a photo if we can be communicated in email)

    where can i get one ?


  2. I have a two TT Geared Motors, one for each wheel. Noticed that one motor runs at a higher speed than the other. It is acting as if it’s not getting enough power. I have checked all wiring, even switched out wiring from the good one to the bad one and does not make a difference. Any suggestions on how I can resolve this issue. Also I am not sure if I over looked it in the parts section but did not see a place to buy any additional of these motor types. Is this an option?

    1. Hi Eric,
      How do you program for the Motors, if through mBlock software, you need modify the program to make it balance.

  3. In fixing the broken shaft and following the instructions included with the mbot, i failed and I used the screw in the package of spare parts. The screw was too long and I ended up breaking the motor housing, the yellow housing. It cracked and the whole thing is now not usable. I found this part on amazon:

    but I can’t get myself to spend $16+ on shipping for a $3 part for a $90 robot. Then again, the whole robot is now not usable. Any suggestions on an affordable solution?

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