Hybrid Closed Loop Stepper Motor Nema 23 Stepper Motor Closed Loop Control Stepper Motor Closed Loop
Advantages of step motors are low cost, high reliability, high torque at low speeds and a simple, rugged construction that operates in almost any environment. The main disadvantages in using a stepper motor is the resonance effect often exhibited at low speeds and decreasing torque with increasing speed.
Our stepper motors are widely used in stage lighting control, security surveillance, home appliance, video equipment, laserworkstation, carving machine, automotive, office automation, smart toy, digital controlled machinery and medical instrument.
nema 23 easy-servo hybrid model :
Close Loop Driver HSS57
1. Position error correction and never lose steps.
2. Quick response and perfect acceleration, high torque at high speed.
3. Automatic current adjustment based on load, lower temperature rising
4. Over-current, over-voltage and position ultra difference protection function
5. Pulses response frequency can reach 200KHZ
6. 16 kinds microsteps choice, highest 51200 microsteps/rev.
7. Drive Nema 23 series2.0N.m closed loop stepper motor
8. Voltage range: DC24V-50V
Changzhou Jinsanshi mechatronics Co., Ltd., exporting stepper motors, servo motor,spindle motor,BLDC motor and their driver ,VFD. We spcialize in this field for many years, with the strength of high quality and competitive price in China.
We have our own techinical department and we developed various models of stepper motor, we also have complete drawings for our motors.
We can provide complete technical proposal for your project.
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The stepper motor works on the principle that the rotor aligns in a particular position with the teeth of the excitation pole in a magnetic circuit. The minimum reluctance path exists with the excitation pole The excitation depends on the number of input pulses. It actuates a train of step movements in response to the train of input pulses.
The output of a stepper motor is completely determined by the number of input pulses given to the system. The step movement can be either angular or linear and it can be either in the clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. Each pulse input actuates one step movement and each revolution of the stepper motor consists of a number of discrete step movements.