Ships No Sooner Than February 28th, 2020
The Falcon 500, powered by Talon FX, is a Brushless Motor co-developed through a collaborative partnership between VEX Robotics and Cross the Road Electronics. This is the same partnership that brought the cutting edge Talon SRX and Victor SPX to the FIRST® Robotics Competition.
It is designed to give teams previously unheard of amounts of power and efficiency, the Falcon 500 reduces size, weight, and common failure points of other motors in the market.
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Additional features include:
- 400W Power @ 40A / 12VDC
- Peak Efficiency of 87%
- Integrated Talon FX Motor Controller
- 14T Splined Output Shaft
- Optional cooling port
- 1.1 lbs, total weight
Starting at: $12.99
Replaceable shafts for the Falcon 500 motor. Use these to replace shafts that have been cut, bent or damaged. The Falcon Motor Short Shaft is specifically cut to the correct length needed to use the Falcon 500 with a VersaPlanetary Gearbox
Starting at: $6.99
7075 T6 Aluminum and 4140 Steel pinions reduce weight and rotational inertia of your gearbox. The VEXpro teflon infused ceramic coating greatly reduces the friction of your gearbox at the initial motor reduction (where drag has the most effect on the system).
20 DP Pinions will allow you to create the same exact reduction you’ve been creating with the VEXpro 32 DP gears but in a smaller, more compact space.
VEXpro offers 20 DP gears specifically sized for some of the most popular motors in FRC, including the Falcon 500, CIM, BAG, RS550 and RS775.
- 14.5 degree pressure angle
- Mounts to various sized FRC motors
- Mounts to other motors or gearboxes using a similar shaft
Starting at: $13.99
Starting at: $3.99
The VersaPlanetary Motor Coupler is designed to couple RS-775 or Falcon 500 Motors with the VersaPlanetary.
The coupler slides right through the VersaPlanetary’s motor mounting plate. No more split rings, and no more setscrews to tighten or worry about loosening. The 775 version is a press-fit for the the RS-775 motor. The Falcon Motor version slides on to the Falcon motor's shaft.