Having looked at the range of these gearmotors it seems as though they are too good to be true - small, light, and apparently able to provide a relatively large amount of torque. I was just wondering if anyone knew whether or not the motor, at stall torque, would cause any damage to the geartrains of these gearmotors? I realise it is not recommended to run motors at stall torque, but in case they encountered a temporary heavy load (at which point they would be shut off, however there would be a brief moment where they were stalled), I would like to know if the actual geartrains would be unharmed?
If anyone does have any answers for me, or experience with these gearmotors it would be much appreciated. I am specifically interested in the range of motors which have a ratio of 50:1 up to 298:1 so more information on those would be great!