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Permanent Magnet With Gearbox

Permanent Magnet With Gearbox

MinebeaMitsumi manufacturers PM stepping motors with a gearbox available from 5 mm to 35 mm diameter. The gearbox can either be metal or molded plastic and enables large reduction ratios in relation to motor size. These motors are easy to control allowing designers to simplify their system and structure.
Features
  • Available from 5 mm to 35 mm OD
  • Plastic or metal gearbox
  • High output and high resolution
Applications
  • Home HVAC systems
  • Printers and copiers
  • Power tools
  • Medical pumps and blood analyzers

Product Series


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Series Name
Frame Width
Frame Height
Step Angle
Data Sheet
10
10
0.018
PDF
15
15
0.175
PDF
20
20
0.097
PDF
25
25
0.0317
PDF
35
35
0.0835
PDF
5
5
0.018
PDF
6
6
0.018
PDF
8
8
0.018

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What is a stepping motor?

A stepper motor is a brushless electric motor that evenly divides it’s rotation into a number of equal steps. The motor’s position can then be controlled and held at one of these steps without other position sensing as long as the motor is properly regulated to the torque and speed of the system and applications.

How do you drive a stepping motor?

A stepper motor can be bipolar or unipolar, and a charge needs to be driven through the coiled wires, at both high or low levels. This will make the stepper rotate, driving the motor. The mechanism is more complex than a simple brushed motor. Stepper motors require a stepper controller to make the motors run

How to calculate step angle in stepper motor?

To calculate the step angle of a stepper motor, just divide 360 degrees by the number of steps a motor takes to complete one full revolution of the motor itself. This can differ whether the motor is set to half or full mode, and the number of steps it takes to complete one revolution (either doubled or halved).