Stepper Motor: Bipolar, 200 Steps/Rev, 35×26mm, 7.4V, 0.28 A/Phase

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Stepper Motor: Bipolar, 200 Steps/Rev, 35×26mm, 7.4V, 0.28 A/Phase



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Pololu's NEMA 14-size hybrid bipolar stepping motor stands out for its precision and power. With a 1.8° step angle, it delivers a whopping 200 steps per revolution, ensuring accurate positioning in any application. Running at 7.4V, the motor draws 280mA per phase, which results in a holding torque of 650 g-cm. This compact yet powerful motor measures 35x26mm, making it an ideal choice for projects where space is a constraint.

Pololu's NEMA 14-size hybrid bipolar stepping motor is perfect for a wide range of applications. Whether you're building a DIY 3D printer, a CNC machine, or a robotics project, this motor provides the precision and power you need. With its 200 steps per revolution, you can achieve incredibly precise movements and positioning, making it a versatile addition to any project.

One of the key benefits of this motor is its high torque of 650 g-cm. This means it can handle heavier loads and resist external forces effectively, making it a reliable choice for demanding applications. Operating at 7.4V, it also ensures efficient power usage.

What sets this motor apart is its compact size. Measuring only 35x26mm, it can easily fit into small spaces, making it a great choice for projects where size is a critical factor. Despite its compact size, it doesn't compromise on performance, offering the same power and precision as larger motors.

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Brand Pololu
Model1207
Pololu
€ 21,30€ 17,60 Excl. VAT (NL)
Expected delivery date: Tuesday 21 May. ... pieces in stock Almost sold out
Show volume discounts Shipped from € 3,50 (NL) 30 days cooling-off Excellent service

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