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Q: Vibrator Modules Needed ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Vibrator Modules Needed
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: culturejam-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 13 Jan 2003 12:09 PST
Expires: 12 Feb 2003 12:09 PST
Question ID: 142127
Seeking manufacturer of a vibrator module. This is the small part
inside of any commercial massage vibrator; roughly the size of an AA
battery. Outside diameter from 0.6" to .025", length from 1" to 3.5". 
It should run on 6-12 volts DC. I have searched extensively for this
part, with not much luck. Most manufacturers make a slightly larger
version of this, approx 1: in diameter. I have contacted the Thomas
Register category editors, and they were not able to find anything.
Subject: Re: Vibrator Modules Needed
Answered By: sycophant-ga on 21 Jan 2003 00:33 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
JinLong Machinery markets a variety of very small vibrator motors, the
smallest of which are on 4mm in diameter, and 12.1mm in length, a
guide to their models can be found on their site:

However, not of their motors seem too operate on voltages as high as
6-12v. Most are rated at a maximum of 2.4v or 4v. You have specified
what you need them for, so I am not sure if a lower voltage it

Another site, Global Source, also have a wide range of vibration
A lot of the products listed there are sourced from the company I
mentioned above, but there are a number of other brands represented

As far as I am aware, most of these vibrator units are simply a motor
with an off centre weight attached. With this in mind I have also
looked for small DC motors, with the thought that the vibrating
weights may be available seperately. Although I have not found any
sites advertising them.

The Maxon Motor company offer a range of small DC motors fitting your

Unfortunately, I have not found a product that matches your volage
criteria exactly, but I hope that perhaps something in the range of
micro vibration motors I have found is suitable.

Search Terms:
vibrator motors

DC vibrator motors

DC motors small

If the lower voltage mean that the options I have found are
unsuitable, please feel free to request a clarification and I will
continue, but from your question, it seemed that the size was your
largest issue.

I hope this helps!

culturejam-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $10.00
Outstanding research. Only wish this was in place 20 years ago :)

Thanks a lot, sycophant.

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