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2-Phase Stepper Motors


PKP Series 2-Phase Bipolar Stepper Motors

stepper motors

High-Torque 2-Phase bipolar stepper motors and Spur Gear (SH Type) stepper motors offer the optimum performance and value. In addition to offering high torque, the PKP series stepper motors offer more variety of electrical specifications, more frame sizes, encoder options and electromagnetic brake options for the right solution in stepper motors.

  • Offers 1.2 ~ 1.7 Time More Torque
  • 1.8° (200 pulse/rev) & 0.9° (400 pulse/rev)
  • SH Geared (Spur) Type for Inertia Matching & Higher Torque
  • Bipolar (4 lead wires)
  • Encoders - 200 or 400 Lines of Resolution
  • Electromagnetic Brake Type
  • Bipolar Stepper Motor Drivers Available



PKP Series 2-Phase Unipolar Stepper Motors

stepper motors

Our 2-Phase unipolar stepper motors and Spur Gear (SH Type) stepper motors offer the optimum performance and value. In addition to offering high torque, the PKP series stepper motors offer more variety of electrical specifications, more frame sizes and encoder options for the right solution in stepper motors.

  • Offers 1.2 ~ 1.7 Time More Torque
  • 1.8° (200 pulse/rev)
  • SH Geared (Spur) Type for Inertia Matching & Higher Torque
  • Unipolar (6 lead wires)
  • Encoders - 200 or 400 Lines of Resolution







 

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Features of the CVD 2-Phase Bipolar Stepper Motor Drivers


The CVD driver offers superior performance and value and is ideal for OEM or single axis machines. The CVD is available as a driver only or part of a complete package. The CVD stepper motor drivers offer:

  • Lowest Vibration and Noise with advanced Microstepping control
  • Highest torque with Bipolar configuration (4 lead wire)
  • Small, thin microstepping drive with space saving FETs
  • Selectable step angle and microstepping filter control
  • 2 mounting types and connector configurations
  • Alarms
  • 24 VDC Input / 0.5A to 4.5A

Stepper Motors Product Demo


Stepper motors are so named because each pulse of electricity turns the motor one step. Stepper motors are controlled by a driver, which sends the pulses into the motor causing it to turn. The number of pulses the motor turns is equal to the number of pulses fed into the driver. The motor will spin at a rate that is equal to the frequency of those same pulses.

Features of Stepper Motors


A stepper motor is used to achieve precise positioning via digital control. The motor operates by accurately synchronizing with the pulse signal output from the controller to the driver. Stepper motors, with their ability to produce high torque at a low speed while minimizing vibration, are ideal for applications requiring quick positioning over a short distance.