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  • Nema 17 2 Phase 47mm Stepper Motor

    Stepper Motor Subdivision Drive technology is a kind of driving technology which can improve the performance of stepper motor. American scholar, for the first time in the United States increment motion control system and device annual meeting, proposed the step Motor step Angle subdivision contro...
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  • Nema 17 2 Phase 60mm Stepper Motor

    Stepper motor due to the limitations of its own manufacturing process, such as the size of the step angle by the number of rotor teeth and the number of operations to determine, however, the number of rotor teeth and the number of operations are limited, so the stepper motor’s step angle is...
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  • Nema 23 Economical Stepper Motor

    To make the stepper motor fast to achieve the required speed without losing the step or overshoot, the key is to make the acceleration process, the torque required by the speed can not only take full advantage of the operating frequency of the stepper motor provided by the torque, and can not exc...
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  • Nema 23 Two-Phase Long Stepper Motor

    The starting frequency characteristic of stepper motor can not reach the running frequency directly when the stepper motor starts, but it should have a starting process, that is, from a low rotational speed to the running speed. The frequency of the stop operation cannot be reduced immediately to...
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  • Nema 23 2 Phase 83mm Stepper Motor

    The speed of the stepper motor depends on the pulse frequency, the number of rotor teeth and the number of shots. The angular velocity is proportional to the pulse frequency and is synchronized with the pulse in time. Therefore, in the case of rotor tooth number and operation number, the desired ...
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  • Nema 23 2 Phase 102mm Stepper Motor

    Stepper motor has many shapes and sizes, but regardless of shape and size, they can be grouped into two categories: variable reluctance stepper motor and permanent magnet stepper motor.The stepper motor is driven by a set of coils winding in the stator slots of the motor fixed parts. Usually, a c...
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  • Nema 23 2 Phase 112mm Stepper Motor

    Stepper motor is also called Stepper, which uses the electromagnetic principle, the conversion of electrical energy to mechanical energy, people began to use this motor as early as the 1920s. With the increasing popularity of embedded systems such as printers, disk drives, toys, wipers, vibrating...
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  • Nema 23 Three-Phase Long Stepper Motor

    Stepper motor general pursuit of positioning accuracy and torque output, efficiency is relatively low, the current is generally larger, and harmonic components of high, current alternating frequency also changes with the speed, so the stepper motor generally have a fever, and the situation than t...
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  • Nema 23 3 Phase 76mm Stepper Motor

    Commonly seen in various types of motor, the interior is the core and winding coil. Windings have resistors, electricity will produce loss, the loss of the size and resistance and current square in direct proportion, this is what we often say copper loss, if the current is not a standard DC or si...
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  • Nema 23 Circular Stepper Motor

    Usually the rotor of the motor is a permanent magnet, and when the current flows through the stator windings, the stator windings produce a vector magnetic field. The magnetic field will drive the rotor rotation angle, so that a pair of magnetic field direction of the rotor and the stator’s...
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  • Nema 24 Stepper Motor

    Stepper motor and drive selection method: To determine the need for more torque: static torque is the choice of step, into the motor one of the main parameters. When the load is large, it is necessary to use torque motor. When the torque index is big, the motor has a large shape. To determine the...
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  • Shenli Stepper Motor Solved The Method Of Generating Bias.

    Shenli stepper motor solved the method of generating bias. 1. When the direction is changed, the pulse is lost, which is shown to be accurate in any direction, but the deviation is accumulated in the direction of change, and the more the more the deviation is. Second, the initial velocity is too ...
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