Motors • Stepper Motors

A brushless, synchronous motor that is controlled by coils and utilized for a variety of applications.

A brushless, synchronous electric motor that is controlled by coils, a stepping motor is utilized for a variety of applications and capable of dividing a full rotation into a large number of steps.In the industrial sector stepping motors are commonly used in high-speed, pick and place equipment or in multi-axis machines. Commercially, stepping motors are used in floppy disk drives, flatbed scanners, computer printers, plotters, and slot machines. The motors are also used in lasers and optics, packaging machinery, and valve pilot stage positioning.There are three main types of stepper motors, which are considered easy to control because of their use of digital circuitry and microcontroller chips. Stepping motor types include: permanent magnet, hybrid synchronous and variable reluctance.

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  • Hansen Corporation

    Hansen Corporation supplies stepper motors in size 19, 23 and 28 as well as geared stepper motors in size 19 shallow, size 19 deep, size 25 shallow and electric motor output types. The size 19, 23, and 28 step motors feature rigid construction, sleeve bearing, lead positioning, 105° C insulation, and bipolar or unipolar drive types.

  • Telco Motion

    Telco Motion produces a wide range of stepper motors including hybrid, high torque, PM and gearbox stepper motors. Hybrid types include 2 phases and 3 phases, 8 sizes of NEMA 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 23, 34, and 42 sizes, step angle degrees of 0.72, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8 and 3.6 degrees., and diverse torque range from 4 oz-in ~ 7080 oz-in.

  • Autonics USA

    Autonics Online supplies 5 phase stepper motor drives, 2 phase stepper motor drives and brake type 5-phase stepper motors. The 5 phase motors are available in four models with a 1.4A/phase and 2.8A/phase drive current, power supply ranges of 20-35 VDC, 100-240 VAC, and 100-115 VAC, and in various dimensions. The 2 phase motor drives features a unipolar constant current drive, 0.5-2.0A/phase run current and 20-35 VDC 3 A power supply.

  • Oriental Motor U.S.A. Corp.

    Oriental Motor offers their PK Series high torque stepping motors featuring basic step angles of 0.36, 0.72, 0.9 or 1.8°. Their AR Series DC input stepping motor and driver offers 24/48 VDC power supply input and resolution of 0.72° ~ 0.036°. The AR Series AC input motor and driver features single-phase 100-115 or 200-230 VAC, or three-Phase 200-230 VAC.

  • Parker Hannifin Corp.

    Parker Hannifin produces stepper drives and motors in various configurations. Motors with 700-1300 oz-in include TS stepper motors in 34 and 42 frame sizes as well as LV and HV step motors in five frame sizes from 11 through 34. Motors with over 1300 oz-in include TS stepper motors in 34 and 42 frame sizes with high performance and compatibility with GT and ZETA drives at 120 VAC. Motors up to 700 oz-in includes TS stepper motors, ES, ZETA and S stepper motors, integral E micro-stepping motors, LV and HV step motors. Mature motors includes OS stepper motors or loc cost motors in a 23 frame. Retired motors includes L series micro-stepping linear motors with forces up to 20 pounds and VS stepper motors in frame sizes of 17, 23 and 34.

  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega  produces stepper motors and drives. Step motor types includes variable reluctance, permanent magnet, and hybrid step motors. Standard hybrid motors  have 200 rotor teeth and rotate at 1.8º step angles. Step modes include full steps with 200 full steps per revolution, half steps with 400 steps per revolution and micro-step with 51,200 steps per revolution. Stepping motor selection includes 3540M micro-stepping drives, ST performance stepper drives, 1240i programmable step motor driver, and STAC6 series stepper drives.

  • Anaheim Automation

    Anaheim Automation offers stepper motors, stepper drivers, stepper controllers and indexers, stepper drivers with controllers, stepper motors with integrated drivers/controllers, stepper linear actuators, and stepper gearmotors. Stepper motors include square high torque stepper motors with a torque range from 2.5 to 5,700 ounce-inches, standard and round stepper motors with a torque range from 40 to 1,575 ounce-inches, permanent magnet stepper motors with a 1 to 23 ounce-inches torque range, and IP65 rated sealed stepper motors with a 35 to 5,700 ounce-inches torque range. Stepper motors with integrated drivers and/or controllers feature a torque range from 30 to 1,200 ounce-inches, 1.8 degree stepper motor, integrated driver, microstep driver and available sizes of NEMA 17, 23 and 34.

  • H2W Technologies, Inc.

    H2W Technologies distributes single axis and double axis linear stepper motors for open loop positioning. The stepper motors feature a low profile and small cross section, high speed, low cost positioning stage solution, no servo tuning requirements, and multiple forcers on a single platen.

  • Micromo

    Micromo supplies 2 phase and 1 phase miniature stepper motors in the AM series and the ADM series. The AM series motors utilize NdFeB magnets placed equidistantly on the rotor hub for maximum power while the ADM series motors utilize a magnetized disk magnet hub. The 2 phase miniature stepper motors feature a motor diameter range from 6 to 22 mm, voltage range from 3 to 24 V, and holding torque range from 0.2 to 26 mNm. The 1 phase miniature stepper motors feature a motor diameter of 8 mm, voltage range from 1 to 5.1 V, and holding torque range from 0.02 to 0.075 mNm.

  • Baldor

    Baldor makes integrated stepper/driver motors including a 1.8 degree motor with 14 resolution settings (from 400 to 51,200 steps per revolution), available in 17, 23 and 34 NEMA sizes, and provides open loop operation with torques up to 1061 oz-in (749N-cm).

  • Lin Engineering

    Lin Engineering offers a variety step motors, including frame sizes 8 and 11 with a step size of 1.8°, NEMA sizes 14 and 17 with a step size of 0.9° or 1.8°, NEMA size 23 with step sizes of 0.45°, 0.9° and 1.8°, and frame size 34 with a 1.8° step size. Their 3509V and 3609V Series 0.9° steppers have a step error of only ±1.5 arc minutes at 1/64 microstepping.

  • AMS (Advanced Micro Systems)

    AMS (Advanced Micro Systems) designs high torque stepping motors. The AMS and AM series of stepper motors are available in three types including variable reluctance, permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors. Features include high torque output AM series motors, 1.8° enhanced hybrid stepping, and double shafting. Size range for the models include 17, 23 and 34 units. Range of holding torque includes 32 to 1303 oz-in.

  • Island Components Group Inc

    Island Components provides numerous motor designs including stepper motors. Variety of precision motor types includes DC brush type & brush-less, AC 50, 60, 400 & 800Hz, synchronous, specialty split-field & shunt motors, converter-driven, induction, hysteresis and universal. Feedback sensors include encoders, tachometers or brakes. Standard motors feature a diameter range from 0.75"  (size 8) to 1.75" (size 18) while other motors can be accommodated with a diameter range from ½-inch-(size 5) to 9".

  • 3X Motion Technologies

    3X Motion Technologies distributed hybrid stepper motors and permanent magnet stepper motors. Hybrid stepper motors are available in a size range from 28 mm to 86 mm with single or double ended shafts, 1.8 step angle degree and 4,5,6,or 8 leads. Permanent magnet stepper motors in various number of phases, supply voltage, resistance, rate current, holding torque, rotor inertia and length in mm.

  • AMETEK TIP (Technical & Industrial Products)

    Ametek Technical & Industrial Products supplies MAE hybrid stepper motors for a range of applications. Its Y series is ideal for high speed applications while the N series is ideal for great acceleration and the S series is ideal for maximum torque and micro stepping. Holding torque, bipolar range is from 12 to 1798 oz-in and the phase resistance range is from 0.34 to 33.8 ohms.

  • Johnson Electric

    Johnson Electric provides motors by Johnson Motor, Saia-Burgess, Saia motors, and Johnson Gate. Saia motors supplies its rotational and linear stepper motors and linear stepper motors. Rotational stepper motors are available in 16 models in various dimensions and for various markets and applications. Typical markets include building automation, security, business machines, leisure, fitness, heating ventilation, air conditioning, industrial equipment, automation, transportation, health care and distribution.

  • Nippon Pulse America

    Nippon Pulse America manufactures linear stepper motors, rotary tin can stepper motors and rotary hybrid stepper motors. Suited for hexapods, syringe/pumps, and low cost linear stage applications, the PFL and PFCL series linear stepper motors are offered in diameters of 25 and 35 mm, with three different thread pitches (0.48mm, 0.96mm, and 1.2mm) on the lead screw, with unipolar or bipolar windings, and with a variety of voltages. Rotary stepper motors rotates in proportion ot the number of pulses sent to the motor. The hybrid stepper motors in the PR series are available in sizes from 20 mm to 57 mm or NEMA size 8 to NEMA size 23, step angles of 0.9 deg or 1.8 deg, and bipolar windings.

  • Servo Systems Co.

    Servo Systems offers hybrid, intelligent, and IOS stepping motors. The line of hybrid stepping motors feature an enhanced NEMA size range from 14 to 42 mm, 1.8° step angle, and holding torques of 10 to 2100 oz-in. Intelligent stepping motors includes full/half step, microstepping, speed control and motion control motors in NEMA sizes of 14, 17, 23 and 34. IOS stepping motors are offered in NEMA size 17, 23, 34 and 42 with a 1.8° step angle.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments manufactures a wide range of stepper motors in various numbers of axes, control loop rates, holding torques, NEMA sizes, breakpoints and maximum continuous currents. Axes types includes stepper, brushed servo, brush-less servo, and p-command servo. Number of axis includes 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, and 24. Available NEMA sizes includes 17, 23, and 34.

  • Schneider Electric

    Intelligent Motion Systems offers enhanced hybrid stepping motors in 1.8° with high torque output. The 1.8° hybrid stepping motors are available in NEMA sizes 14, 17, 23, and 34. The NEMA 14 stepping motors feature a phase current of 0.75 Amps and holding torque of 10 oz-in. The NEMA 17 stepping motors feature a phase current of 1.5 Amps and holding torque of 32 to 75 oz-in. The NEMA 23 stepping motors feature a phase current of 2.4, 3.0, and 6.0 Amps and holding torque of 90 to 257 oz-in. The NEMA 34 stepping motors feature a phase current of 6.3 Amps and holding torque of 419 to 1303 oz-in.