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A CIM is one of the most powerful motors allowed on a robot. In most years, robots have been limited to 6 CIMs onboard.
The most common use of CIMs is in the drive, as they are the second most powerful motor permitted, but unlike the more powerful 775pros, CIMs do not get destroyed when stalled. CIMs are also used in other applications that require powerful motors, although 775pros should be used when possible, as they are smaller and lighter.
Free speed: 5330 rpm
Free current: 2.7 A
Maximum power: 337 W at 50% of free speed (2665 rpm)
Stall torque: 2.41 N·m
Stall current: 131 A