Compact Step Motors Deliver High Torque

Applied Motion Products is offering compact step motors in NEMA sizes 8, 11, and 14 for applications with limited space. Lightweight and said to be low-cost, the motors offer torque levels up to 22 oz.-in. at low speed.  The step motor line includes:

  • NEMA size 8 in two lengths (1.24” and 1.85”) and holding torque up to 4.53 oz.-in.
  • NEMA size 11 in two lengths (1.22” and 2.05”) and holding torque up to 14.16 oz.-in.
  • NEMA size 14 in two lengths (1.02” and 1.57”) and holding torques up to 25.53 oz.-in.

With a 1.8° step angle, units are available in both single and double-shaft versions. All software tools for these drives are free.  Q Programming provides the option to store motion profiles on STF drives and execute profiles in stand-alone mode or via a digital I/O. 

For more information, visit the product page and/or call 800-525-1609.

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