57BYGH311-01 Hybrid Stepping Motor 1.8 Degree 2 Phase Stepper Motor
for CNC Router
Hybrid Stepping Motor 1.8 Degree 2 Phase Stepper Motor for CNC
Stepping motors are commonly recommended for applications that are
cost-sensitive and low maintenance. Steppers provide stability and
flexibility. This stepping motor is a hybrid stepping motor for cnc router machine movement driving.
Hybrid Stepping Motor Features:
Model: 57BYGH311-01 (42BYGH, 85BYGH, 86BYGH optional)
Phase: 2 phase
Max static torque: 15kg/cm
Diameter for the center shaft: 8mm or 6.35mm
Net Weight: 1.1kg
Temperature Rise: 80° Max
Ambient Temperature-20° ~+50°
Insulation Resistance: 100 M Min., 500VDC
Dielectric Strength: 50Hz 1 Minute 500V Min
Shaft Radial Play: 0.02Max
Shaft Axial Play: 0.1-0.3
We also can suppl you FL57STH76 stepper motors.
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A stepper motor is a brushless, synchronous electric motor that
converts digital pulses into mechanical shaft rotation.
Every revolution of the stepper motor is divided into a discrete
number of steps, in many cases 200 steps, and the motor must be
sent a separate pulse for each step. The stepper motor can only
take one step at a time and each step is the same size. Since each
pulse causes the motor to rotate a precise angle, typically 1.8°,
the motor's position can be controlled without any feedback
mechanism. As the digital pulses increase in frequency, the step
movement changes into continuous rotation, with the speed of
rotation directly proportional to the frequency of the pulses. Step
motors are used every day in both industrial and commercial
applications because of their low cost, high reliability, high
torque at low speeds and a simple, rugged construction that
operates in almost any environment.
There are three basic types of step motors: variable reluctance,
permanent magnet, and hybrid.
Standard hybrid stepping motors have 200 rotor teeth, or 200 full
steps per revolution of the motor shaft. Dividing the 200 steps
into the 360° of rotation equals a 1.8° full step angle. Normally,
full step mode is achieved by energizing both windings while
reversing the current alternately. Essentially one digital pulse
from the driver is equivalent to one step.
The stepper motor driver receives step and direction signals from
the indexer or control system and converts them into electrical
signals to run the step motor. One pulse is required for every step
of the motor shaft. In full step mode, with a standard 200-step
motor, 200 step pulses are required to complete one revolution. The
speed of rotation is directly proportional to the pulse frequency.