High torque Nema 23 closed loop stepper motor with encoder, 2 phase 4 wire, 4.2 A, holding torque at 1.2N·m, step angle 1.8 degree, motor length 76mm, shaft diameter 8mm. Low price hybrid stepper motor is used for 3D printer, robot arm, CNC machine, drawing equipment and sewing machine.
Nema 23 57 x 57 closed loop stepper motor with encoder at affordable price, 5.2 amp, 2 phase 4 wire for 3D printer, robot arm, CNC machine, sewing machine and other electrical equipment. Hybrid stepper motor with 1.8 degree step angle, 102mm motor length, 8mm shaft, holding torque at 2.2N·m, lightweight and high torque.
Low price Nema 23 (57 x 57mm) hybrid bipolar stepper motor for sale, closed loop performance, flanged size, two phase 4 lead wires, 5.2A, step angle 1.8 degree, holding torque at 3N·m. This permanent magnet stepper motor is used for 3D printer, robot arm and CNC router, high efficiency and low vibration.
Factory price Nema 23 hybrid stepper motor used in 3D printer, CNC router and robot arm, with 1.8 degree step angle, holding torque at 0.4N·m, 2.5 amp, 2 phase 4 lead wires, optional shaft size of 8mm or 6.35mm, motor length 41mm, no lost step and low noise.
High torque Nema 23 hybrid stepper motor for sale, 3.5A, holding torque at 2.2N·m, 2 phase 4 lead wires, shaft size of 8mm and 6.35mm available, motor length 82mm. This permanent magnet stepper motor is used in 3D printer, CNC machine, robot arm and other mechanical equipment, low noise and low price.
Favorable price Nema 23 57 x 57 stepper motor, rated current 3A, holding torque 1.5N·m, 2 phase 4 lead wires, step angle 1.8 degree, accuracy ±5% at full step, motor length 76mm, compact size and lightweight, optional shaft diameter 8mm or 6.35mm.
Industrial hybrid stepper motor for sale at economical price, 57 x 57mm (Nema 23), 3A, 1 N·m holding torque, 2 phase 4 wire connections, selectable shaft size of 8mm or 6.35mm for 3D printer, CNC machine, robot arm, etc., motor length 54mm.
2 phase permanent magnet Nema 23 stepper motor, 57 x 57 flanged size, rated current 4.2A, holding torque 3N·m, 4 lead wires, step angle 1.8 degree, accuracy ±5% at full step, motor length 100mm, high torque, compact size and lightweight at low cost, optional shaft diameter 8mm or 6.35mm.
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Low cost CNC Nema 23 stepper motor online sale, 5.8A, holding torque 1.5N·m, step angle 1.2 degree, three phase three lead wires, 76mm motor length and 8mm shaft, compact size, high torque, high speed response and lightweight.
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This is high quality Nema 23 stepper motor with 1.8 deg. step angle(200 steps/rev). Each phase draws current 2A, allowing for a holding torque of 0.72Nm. Motor type is Hybrid Stepper Motor. Direct sales by manufacturer.
Nema 23 Stepper Motor is one of widely used stepper motors, with an installation size of 2.3 x 2.3 inch (57 x 57 mm). Our Nema 23 hybrid stepper motor has a 1.8° step angle (200 steps/revolution), with the holding torque from 0.4N·m to 3.0N·m. This high torque stepper motor comes in a range of lengths and 8mm or 6.35mm shaft to meet your requirements. It can be driven at the desired speed without loss step. Suitable for 3D printer, robot arm, CNC router, sewing machine, etc.
Nema 23 stepper motor working principle
When current flows through the stator windings, the stator windings generate a vector magnetic field. The magnetic field will drive the rotation angle of the rotor, so that the direction of a pair of magnetic fields of the rotor is consistent with the direction of the magnetic field of the stator. When the vector magnetic field of the stator rotates by an angle. The rotor also rotates an angle with this magnetic field. Each time an electrical pulse is input, the stepper motor rotates an angle and moves forward one step. The angular displacement it outputs is proportional to the number of input pulses, and the rotational speed is proportional to the pulse frequency. Change the order in which the windings are energized and the motor will reverse. Therefore, the rotation of the stepper motor can be controlled by controlling the number of pulses, the frequency and the power-on sequence of each phase winding of the stepper motor.
How to select a stepper motor?
Stepper motor Torque Select a right stepper motor according to the required torque. Roughly speaking, if the required torque is below 0.8N.m, choose Nema 8, 11, 14, 17 stepper motor. If the torque is about 1N.m, it is more appropriate to choose the Nema 23 stepper motor. When required torque is higher, it is necessary to choose a Nema 34 stepper motor.
Stepper motor rotary speed The output torque of the stepper motor is inversely proportional to the rotational speed. That is to say, the output torque of the stepper motor is large at low speed, and the torque in the high-speed rotation state is small. Of course, some working conditions require high-speed motors, so it is necessary to measure the coil resistance, inductance and other indicators of the stepping motor. Select a motor with a slightly smaller inductance, as a high-speed motor, a larger output torque can be obtained.
No-load starting frequency of stepper motor The no-load starting frequency of a stepper motor is an important indicator for purchasing. If it is required to start and stop frequently in an instant, and the speed is around 1000 rpm, it usually needs to be accelerated to start. If you need to start directly to achieve high-speed operation, it is best to choose a reactive or permanent magnet motor. The idle frequency of these stepper motors is relatively high.
Phase of stepper motor Stepper motors with different phases have different working effects. The more the number of phases, the smaller the step angle, and the smaller the vibration during operation. In most cases, 2 phase motors are used more often. In the high-speed and high-torque working environment, it is more practical to choose a 3 phase stepper motor.