Micro Vibrators Use in Imaginebots Bristlebot

Vibration motor NFP-P0612-4410 operates on 3V DC, delivering efficient vibration capabilities with low power consumption. It features a compact size of 6mm in diameter and 12.2mm in length, ensuring easy integration into small-scale designs without compromising on functionality. This motor is equipped with internal brushes and a coreless design, enhancing its durability and reducing mechanical wear over prolonged use.

Key specifications include a vibration amplitude suitable for tactile feedback applications, ensuring smooth and consistent performance. The motor’s design incorporates high-quality materials such as stainless steel for the shaft and robust housing materials to withstand mechanical stresses and environmental factors.

How Miniature Haptic Vibration Motor Work in Bristlebot

How Miniature Haptic Vibration Motor Work in Bristlebot

In a Bristlebot, a miniature haptic vibration motor typically works by providing the mechanical vibrations needed to propel the bot forward. Here’s how it generally functions:

Motor Type: The motor used is usually a small, eccentric rotating mass (ERM) type haptic motor. These motors are designed to generate vibrations when an eccentric weight inside the motor rotates.

Power Source: The motor is powered by a small electrical current, typically from a battery source. In Bristlebots, this is often a coin cell battery or similar small power source.

Vibration Generation: When the motor receives electrical power, the eccentric weight inside begins to rotate rapidly. This rotation creates vibrations in the motor housing.

Transmission of Vibrations: These vibrations are transmitted through the surface on which the Bristlebot rests. In a typical Bristlebot setup, these vibrations cause the bristles (often toothbrush bristles) attached to the motor to move back and forth rapidly.

Movement Mechanism: The rapid back-and-forth movement of the bristles interacts with the surface underneath, generating a motion that propels the Bristlebot forward. This motion is akin to the way a tiny brush moves when vibrating on a surface.

Direction Control: The direction of movement can sometimes be influenced by the orientation of the bristles or by how the motor is mounted on the Bristlebot chassis.


In terms of performance, NFP-P0612-4410 offers reliable vibration characteristics essential for devices like mobile phones, wearable technology, and handheld gaming devices. It provides a balanced combination of strength and quiet operation, making it suitable for applications where noise levels must be kept minimal.

This motor is compatible with various electronic circuits and microcontrollers, allowing for flexible integration into different electronic designs. Whether used for haptic feedback in consumer electronics or vibration alerts in industrial devices, its versatility meets diverse application needs.

Included with the motor are optional accessories such as wire leads or connectors, facilitating easy installation and integration into existing systems or prototypes. Comprehensive user manuals and technical support further assist in ensuring a seamless user experience from setup to operation.

6mm Vibration Motor Specifications

Certified to meet international standards for quality and safety, including CE and RoHS compliance, small coreless vibration motor NFP-P0612-4410 assures users of its reliability and adherence to industry regulations. Each motor undergoes stringent quality control measures to ensure consistent performance and durability.

Motor Model NFP-P0612-4410
Load Current ≤80mA
Load Speed 11,000rpm  ± 3,000rpm
Start Voltage ≤0.8V DC
Stall Current ≤180mA
Rotation CW
Resistance At 100V >5MΩ
End Play 0.05mm – 0.3mm
Motor Diameter Ø6.0mm ± 0.05mm
Motor Length 12.2mm ± 0.2mm
Total Length 18.3mm ± 0.3mm
Rated Voltage 3V DC
Ecc. Mass Length L – 4mm
Ecc. Weight Radius R – 3mm
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