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This NEMA 17 pancake bipolar stepping motor from Sanyo features an integrated encoder. The stepper motor itself has a 1.8° step angle (200 steps/revolution) and each phase draws 1 A at 5.4 V, allowing for a holding torque of 1.9 kg-cm.
|Shaft diameter||5 mm|
|Coil resistance||5,4 Ω|
|Coil current||1000 mA|
|Inductance of the coil||2,9 mH|
This NEMA 17-size pancake bipolar stepping motor from Sanyo features an integrated high-resolution (1000 P/R) quadrature encoder that allows for 4000 counts per revolution of the output shaft when counting both edges of both channels. The stepper motor itself has a 1.8° step angle (200 steps/revolution) and each phase draws 1 A at 5.4 V, allowing for a holding torque of 1.9 kg-cm (26 oz-in). The motor has four color-coded wires terminated with bare leads: red and yellow connect to one coil; orange and blue connect to the other. It can be controlled by a pair of suitable H-bridges (one for each coil), but we recommend using a bipolar stepper motor driver.
Our 5 mm universal mounting hub can be used to mount objects on the stepper motor’s 5 mm-diameter output shaft, and our NEMA 17 aluminum bracket offers a variety of options for mounting this stepper motor in your project.
The integrated quadrature encoder operates from 5 V and has a resolution of 1000 P/R, which allows for 4000 counts per revolution (CPR) of the output shaft when counting both edges (i.e. rising and falling) of both channels (i.e. A and B). In addition to the A and B channel outputs, the encoder has a home channel, Z, that pulses once per revolution and can be used for absolute positioning. The encoder also has outputs for the inverse of A, B, and Z. A 15 cm (6″) encoder cable is included.
Stepper motors are generally used in a variety of applications where precise position control is desirable and the cost or complexity of a feedback control system is unwarranted. Here are a few applications where stepper motors are often found:
|Current rating:||1000 mA2|
|Voltage rating:||5.4 V|
|Holding torque:||26.33 oz·in|
|Steps per revolution:||200|
|Inductance per phase:||2.9 mH|
|Number of leads:||4|
|Lead length:||30 cm3|
|Encoder resolution:||4000 CPR4|
|Size:||42 mm square × 31.5 mm|
|Shaft diameter:||5 mm|