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High-Torque Stepping Motors ... with 1-ft. cable and 4-wire locking connector
The SureStep stepping family has twenty high-torque motors to handle a wide
range of automation applications such as woodworking, assembly, and test
machines. The motors are available in both single-shaft and dual-shaft
configurations. Our square frame or "high-torque" style stepping motors are
the latest technology, resulting in the best torque to volume. We have NEMA
17, 23, and 34 mounting flanges and holding torque ranges from 61 to
1288 oz·in. Optional 20-foot extension cables with locking connectors are
available to interface any of the stepping motors to the microstepping drive.
The extension cables can be easily cut to length, if desired.
Square frame step motor style produces high torque
2-phase bipolar, 4-lead
Available in single-shaft and dual-shaft models
1.8° per step, 200 Steps per Revolution
Standard NEMA Sizes (17, 23, & 34)
CE Compliant - EN55014-1 (1993) & EN60034-1.5.11
SureStep motor prices start at only $18.00
SureStep™ Stepper Systems
SureStep stepping systems provide simple and accurate control of
position and speed where open-loop control and cost are considerations.
Pulses (or "step" and "direction" signals) from Do-more PLCs,
DirectLOGIC PLCs, or other indexers and motion
controllers are "translated" by the microstepping drive into precise
movement of the stepping motor shaft.
The SureStep stepping motors use 2-phase technology with 200 full steps per revolution or
1.8° per full step.
Older type stepping motor drives, which operate
stepping motors in full step mode, can result in stalling or lost
motion due to potential problems with low speed mechanical vibration
(usually between 100 to 200 RPM). To minimize this vibration
problem, the SureStep microstepping drives use advanced
microstepping technology to smooth the motor motion and stepping