I am trying to find a strong motor which can deliver a torque at least 0.2Nm and around 130RPM. While trying to find a 6mm shaft geared motor with feedback,the required torque and rotational was already hard enough(at least for me), I've managed to find one very cheap and ROHS certified. According to the FIT0186 datasheet, (https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/DFRobot%20PDFs/FIT0186_Web.pdf) it has a nominal voltage is 12VDC, reduction ratio of 43.8, no-load of 251 rpm and a nominal current of 350mA.
However, there is no mentioning of continuous torque and how much current it will draw. It only states a stall torque of around 1.8Nm and a stall current of 7A...
I am planning to drive the motor with a SN754410(http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn754410.pdf) which supports a continuous current of 1Amp and peak of 2Amps. Since there is no diagram, is it calculatable? I don't know if the nominal current, stall current and torque has a some kind of relation(i.e. linear characteristic). Am I able to drive this motor with this current setup? X2 is the input coming from the MicroChip, X3 is the motor.
Sorry for this potentially silly question.