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SKU:  PPROB-09238
Part Number:  ROB-09238
Brand:  SparkFun

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  (3 Reviews)

This is a simple, but very powerful stepper motor with a 4-wire cable attached.

This is a Bipolar Motor.

Features:

  • Step Angle (degrees) :1.8
  • 2 Phase
  • Rated Voltage : 12V
  • Rated Current : 0.33A
  • Holding Torque : 2.3kg*cm
  • 5mm Diameter Drive Shaft
  • Winding resistance: 32.6 O
  • Winding inductance: 48 mH
  • Max flux linkage: 1.8 Vs
  • Maximum Detent Torque: 0.016 N.M
  • Total inertia (kg.m.m): 3.5 Kg.m.m
  • Total friction (kg.m/s): 4 Kg.m/s
  • NEMA 16

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Brilliant
Thursday, 29 January 2015  |  Jon

Cheap but good quality, more torque than i was expecting

 

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Rating:  
Works great
Friday, 28 February 2014  |  Keith

I am happy with this motor, works well with the easydriver board.Needs 12v if you want reasonable torque.

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


Rating:  
A powerful stepper motor and doesn't draw much current.
Wednesday, 20 February 2013  |  Malc

This is the first stepper motor I have used, for the price I doubt it can be beaten.It is quite a powerful motor and you won't need large heatsinks for the stepper motor driver you use as it takes a small current at 12 volts.I am very pleased, and may we

 

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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