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Stepper Motors are a type of motion-control positioning system, these are normally low cost and rugged because they have comparitively less mechanical parts. They are the special choice for heavy duty CNC machines. Choose wide range of Stepper Motors like Hybird Bipolar, Hybrid unipolar, Dual Shaft Hybrid Stepper Motor, Stepper Motor Driver Board and more. Shop now from our Online Store for best Price and offers.
 

Stepper Motor Prices in India

Nema stepper motors are available in many online stores like Robocraze, amazon, etc

The NEMA 17 step motor has a step angle of 1.8 °. It operates at a current of 5A/ phase and has a holding torque of 870 N-cm. The NEMA 17 stepper motor is equipped with 4 lead wires and has a shaft diameter of 14mm.

The other NEMA 17 stepper motors are as follows:

NEMA 17 Stepper MotorCost
NEMA17 Stepper Motor (48mm)Rs.899
NEMA17 Stepper Motor (40mm)Rs.590



 

 

 

 

 

How to connect a stepper motor to a driver?

Stepper motor comes in a variety of configurations

Four Wire Stepper Motor: If your stepper motor only has four wires, this means it can only be used with a bipolar driver. 

Six Wire Stepper Motor: Like the four-wire motor, six-wire stepper motors have a pair of wires for each winding. However, it also has a center-tap for each winding as well, this gives it the option to be wired as bipolar or unipolar

Five Wire Stepper Motor: With a five-wire stepper motor the wire setup is very similar to the six-wire driver, the main difference being the center taps are connected together internally, bringing it out as one wire. This will make the motor only function as a unipolar driver.

 

How to control the speed of a stepper motor?

To increase the speed of the stepper motor, you just have to reduce the time between each step. This can be done from a computer or microcontroller with the Stepper motor library. If the time between each step is slowed down, the motor slows down
 

How to power a stepper motor with batteries?

Stepper motors can be wires with drivers and be powered by a battery. However the motor cannot directly be connected to a battery because that would cause all coils to be excited and thus stall the motor
 

How to run stepper motors without drivers?

Stepper motors can be directly connected to microcontrollers, but the output power provided by the microcontroller will severely limit the capability of the motor. Therefore it is recommended to use a motor driver, so that the user has full access to the motors capability without damaging the microcontroller or the motor itself

 

How to increase the torque for my stepper motor?

Torque of a Stepper motor, or any motor in fact, can be increased with the help of a gearbox configured in gear reduction mode. This would increase the torque output of the motor but reduce the overall speed that the motor can operate in

 

What are stepper motors used for?

Stepper motors are motors that rotate full rotation by a number of small discrete steps. It is used for applications where high torque at lower speeds and precision is required, for example, robotic arms

 

Are stepper motors AC or DC?

Stepper motors are found in both AC and DC configurations, but most portable hobby-grade stepper motors make use of DC current.
 

How do stepper motors work?

The stepper motor consists of a rotor that is generally a permanent magnet and it is surrounded by the windings of the stator. As we send current through the windings step by step in a particular order they will magnetize the stator and make electromagnetic poles respectively that will cause the rotor to rotate in the motor. A computer or microcontroller typically controls the sequence of how the current goes through each winding thus being able to control the speed to the rotor

 

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