Stepper Motors

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Current Rating (Amps)
1.4 A2.8 A
Torque - Holding (oz-in / mNm)
100 / 706294 / 2076
Length - Shaft and Bearing
0.795" (20.20mm)0.811" (20.60mm)
Operating Temperature
-20°C ~ 50°C-
Coil Resistance
1.1 Ohms2.8 Ohms
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Voltage - Rated
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1 : $713.36000
Tray
Tray
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Bipolar
24VDC
2.8 A
200.0
1.8°
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294 / 2076
Square - 2.252" x 2.252" (57.20mm x 57.20mm)
23
0.250" (6.35mm)
0.811" (20.60mm)
1.860" (47.24mm)
Wire Leads
-20°C ~ 50°C
1.1 Ohms
-
35
In Stock
1 : $577.81000
Tray
Tray
Active
-
Bipolar
24VDC
1.4 A
200.0
1.8°
-
100 / 706
Square - 2.252" x 2.252" (57.20mm x 57.20mm)
23
0.250" (6.35mm)
0.795" (20.20mm)
1.860" (47.24mm)
Wire Leads
-
2.8 Ohms
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Stepper Motors


Stepper motors are DC voltage motion actuators that move in discrete steps. Multiple sets of coils organized in groups called "phases" determine the motors armature position. Energizing each phase in sequence causes armature rotation one step at a time. With computer or microcontroller managed stepping, precise positioning and/or speed control is achieved. Steppers are selected by torque, steps per revolution, step angle, NEMA frame size, coil resistance, polarity and shaft features.