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|42mm Hybrid Stepper Motor
|500VDC For 1 Minute
42mm 2 Phase Bipolar Stepper Motor,
Nema 17 2 Phase Bipolar Stepper Motor,
42mm small stepper motor
42mm 2 phase hybrid stepper motor NEMA17 Uni-Polar 1.8 step motor
Stepping Accuracy: ± 5%
Resistance Accuracy: ± 10%
Inductance Accuracy: ± 20%
Temperature Rise: 80°C Max.
Ambient Temperature: -20°C ... +50°C
Insulation Resistance: 100MOhm min. 500V DC
Withstand: 500V AC, 1 Minute
Product description of hybrid stepper motor
The winding on this article is a 4 Wire Bipolar.
1.8° Step Angle,The motors are directly compatible with the stepper motor drive boards and also drive either motor (if required) in the half step mode i.e. 0.9° per step resulting in higher resolution, greater performance stability and faster stepping rates. Direction, velocity, acceleration/deceleration can be controlled by a stepper motor controller.,Applying the correct electrical pulse sequence to the windings of the stepper motor results in a 1.8° step angle rotation of the spindle (i.e. 200 steps per revolution). When correctly loaded and driven these motors will produce discrete output steps. The number of steps and speed of rotation are determined by the number of pulses and frequency of the input signal. This provides an ideal method for speed and position control. The motors are directly compatible with stepper motor drive boards.,
Stepper Motor Control by Varying Clock Pulses
Stepper motor control circuit is a simple and low-cost circuit, mainly used in low power applications. The circuit is shown in the figure,
A stepper motor is an electromechanical device it converts electrical power into mechanical power. Also, it is a brushless, synchronous electric motor that can divide a full rotation into an expansive number of steps. The motor’s position can be controlled accurately without any feedback mechanism, as long as the motor is carefully sized to the application. Stepper motors are similar to switched reluctance motors.
The stepper motor uses the theory of operation for magnets to make the motor shaft turn a precise distance when a pulse of electricity is provided. The stator has eight poles, and the rotor has six poles. The rotor will require 24 pulses of electricity to move the 24 steps to make one complete revolution. Another way to say this is that the rotor will move precisely 15° for each pulse of electricity that the motor receives.
1. All stepper motors have CE and RoHS certification
2. All motors are tested by a toasting machine for 72 hours
3. All the motors will be shipped after testing