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    Nema 17 Stepper Motor Linear Actuator, 2 phase, 2.8V, 1.33A

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    2 phase 4 wires 1.8 deg. step angle Nema 17 stepper motor linear actuator with 1.33A rated current, 152 mm length lead screw, provides up to 30 Oz-in holding torque. Non-captive shaft and external shaft motor style are available.
    SKU: ATO-STEPL-28133
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    This 2.8V 1.33A 2-phase Nema 17 stepper motor linear actuators is ideal for applications requiring a combination of precise positioning, rapid motion and long life. Typical applications include X-Y tables, medical equipment, semiconductor handling, telecommunications equipment, valve control, and numerous other uses.

    Stepper Motor Linear Actuator Specification

    Model Type External Shaft Non-Captive Shaft
    42H33-1334AST 42H33-1334GTS
    Weight 4 kg
    Length 33 mm
    Phase 2 phase
    Step Angle 1.8°
    Rated Voltage 2.8 V
    Rated Current 1.33 A
    Resistance 2.1 Ω
    Holding Torque 30 Oz-in
    Number of Leads 4
    Rotor Inertia 35 g-cm2

    Select Leadscrew

    Choose your stepper motor linear actuator screw from one of the available options:

    Screw Diameter Lead Travel Per 1.8 Step
    (in) (mm) (in/rev) (mm/rev) (in/step) (mm/step)
    0.315 8 0.079 2 0.00039 0.01
    0.315 8 0.157 4 0.00079 0.02
    0.315 8 0.315 8 0.00157 0.04
    Note: Screw of 8mm diameter is made of copper.

    Stepper Motor Linear Actuator Dimension (Unit=mm)

    1. Non-captive shaft style

    non captive shaft nema 17 stepper motor linear actuator dimension


    2. External shaft style

    nema 17 external shaft stepper motor linear actuator dimension



    Nema 17 Stepper Motor Linear Actuator Details

    Tips: Linear screw stepper motor VS Ball screw rotating servo motor

    1. Precision: Linear screw stepper motor reduces the problem of interpolation lagging because of simple transmission gear structure. The positioning accuracy, accuracy reappearance, absolute accuracy are higher than the ball screw rotary servo motor through position detection feedback control and it is easy to achieved. The positioning precision of the linear screw stepper motor can reach 0.1μm while the precision of ball screw rotating servo motor can reach a maximum of 2~5μm.
    2. Speed: The speed of the linear stepper motor can reach 300m/min and the accelerated speed can reach 10g. The ball screw speed is 120m/min and the accelerated speed is 1.5g. Linear screw stepper motor has considerable advantages from the contrast of speed and the accelerated speed. The speed of linear screw stepper motor will be further improved after solving the heating problem successfully.
    3. Service Life: There is installation clearance between the moving parts and the fixed parts and they have no contact. The linear screw stepper motor will not be worn out due to high speed reciprocating motion of the active cell. The motion positioning accuracy will keep unchanged for long-term use and it is suitable for high precision occasions. The ball screw rotating servo motor cannot guarantee the accuracy in high speed reciprocating motion because high speed friction will cause wear of the screw nut and affect the precision requirement for movement. That is the demand for high precision it cannot be met.

    ATO external stepper linear actuator in this video is 2 phase 4 wire comes in Nema 23 frame size. We will show you how to use PLC connect to the hybrid stepper motor system, and control this external stepper motor linear actuator for simple forward and reverse motion by the pulse and direction command issued by PLC.

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    Question for Nema 17 stepper motor
    Hi, just looking at this Nema 17 linear stepper motors, do either captive or non captive pass purely the screw through the motor housing. e.g would it be possible to lower something which the screw is attached to from the motor.
    From: Paul | Date: 11/07/2019
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    ATO Responded
    Yes, for linear stepper motors, whether they are captive or non captive, the screws are built into the motor, this uses the Sawyer principle, and the built-in screw cannot be removed.
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