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  • Lin Engineering

    Lin Engineering offers stepper motors in a variety of configurations, including: NEMA 34 High Torque, NEMA 23 High Torque, NEMA 17 Super Torque, NEMA 17 High Torque, and NEMA 17 Extreme Torque. These motors have holding torques ranging from 0.16 to 9.10 N-m, Amps ranging from 0.22 to 7.70, and resistance ranges from 0.3 to 74.4 Ohm. Other motors offered by Lin Engineering include: NEMA 8 standard, NEMA 11 vacuum, NEMA 14 modular, NEMA 17 gold line, NEMA 23 dust proof/water resistant, etc.

  • AMS (Advanced Micro Systems)

    AMS offers BM Series NEMA 23, NEMA 17, and NEMA 34 high torque stepper motors. BM23-76-S motors have holding torques ranging from 76 to 262 oz-in, ambient temperatures ranging from -20 to +50°C, a 1.8° step angle, a 78N maximum radial force, and they have leads ranging from 4 to 6.

  • Telco Motion

    Telco Motion offers high torque stepper motors in NEMA sizes 10, 11, 17, 23, 34, and 42. These motors have frame sizes ranging from 20 to 110 mm, ambient temperatures ranging from -10 to 50°C, holding torques ranging from 4.17 to 4249.54 oz-in, and dialectic strengths up to 900 VAC. Additional features include: 1.8°/1.9° step angles, a 100M Ω min. insulation resistance, a custom housing encoder, gearbox sub-assemblies, upper high level assemblies, etc. These motors have the following applications: plotters, profile cutters, CD players, machine tools, cash points, robots, printers, etc.

  • Anaheim Automation

    Anaheim Automation offers high torque square stepper motors, including IP65-Rated, Specialty-Type, and Integrated Stepper Motor-Driver-Controller packages. These motors have torques ranging from 4.2 to 5,700 oz-in, NEMA sizes ranging from 08Y to 42K, a 1.8 degree standard step angle, lengths up to 9.2", and 4-8 lead configurations. Other features include: special stepper motor windings, shaft modifications, conduit boxes, and the following adders: brake, connector, encoder, cable, and gearbox.

  • Baldor

    Baldor offers DSMS Series high torque stepper motors. These motors have holding torques ranging from 32 to 1061 oz-in, input voltages ranging from 12 to 75 VDC, up to 51,200 steps per revolution, and three available NEMA sizes. Additional features include: compact, open loop, a Windows interface, integrated motor & drive, panel mounted, industrial motion control applications, etc.

  • Omega Engineering, Inc.

    Omega Engineering, Inc. offers high torque bipolar stepper motors. These motors come in NEMA sizes ranging from 11 to 34, holding torques from 15 to 1845 oz-in, up to 51,200 steps/revolution, voltages ranging from 2 to 7.4, and leads ranging from 4 to 8. Motors are available in either a series or parallel connection, and in dual shaft models for encoder mounting.

  • National Instruments Corp.

    National Instruments Corp. offers NEMA 34 high torque stepper motors. These motors have up to 1710 oz-in of holding torque, a 1.8 degree resolution, operating temperatures ranging from -20 to 40°C, a 4-wire parallel winding type, and an ability to match with NI stepper drives. Motors are available with either a single shaft for open loop, or a dual shaft for closed loop.

  • Nyden USA

    Nyden USA offers 2 & 4 phase high torque stepper motors in NEMA 17, 23, and 34 configurations. These motors have maximum holding torques up to 1282.5 oz-in, operating temperatures up to +50°C, a 1.8 degree step angle, and voltages ranging from 0.9 to 11 V. These motors can replace a large motor in existing applications, they have an increased torque margin, and they can get up to 100% higher torque than the standard 2-phase motors.

  • Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions

    Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions offers high torque rotary stepper motors. These motors have the following features: torques ranging from 0.65 to 16 oz-in, candystack/pancake configurations, single-stage, planetary gear, low inductance coils, bronze sleeve bearings, ball bearings, etc. Motors have applications for laboratory instrumentation, printing equipment, bar scanning devices, medical equipment, etc.