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42M048C1B
STEPPER MOTOR PM BIPOLAR 5V
$42.24000
203 - Immediate
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403-1009-ND
42M
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ActivePermanent MagnetBipolar5VDC550 mA487.5°±15%11.9 / 84Round - 1.650" Dia (42.00mm)0.118" (3.00mm)0.450" (11.43mm)1.950" (49.48mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 70°C9.1 OhmsRound Shaft
42M048C
STEPPER MOTOR PM UNIPOLAR 12V
$42.04000
100 - Immediate
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403-1010-ND
42M
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ActivePermanent MagnetUnipolar12VDC230 mA487.5°±6.66%9.4 / 66.2Round - 1.650" Dia (42.00mm)0.118" (3.00mm)0.450" (11.43mm)1.950" (49.48mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 70°C52.4 OhmsRound Shaft
42M048C1U
STEPPER MOTOR PM UNIPOLAR 5V
$42.24000
93 - Immediate
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403-1023-ND
42M
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ActivePermanent MagnetUnipolar5VDC550 mA487.5°±15%9.4 / 66.2Round - 1.650" Dia (42.00mm)0.118" (3.00mm)0.450" (11.43mm)1.950" (49.48mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 70°C9.1 OhmsRound Shaft
42M100B2U
STEPPER MOTOR PM UNIPOLAR 12V
$42.04000
0 - Immediate
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403-1013-ND
42M
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ActivePermanent MagnetUnipolar12VDC160 mA1003.6°±11%6.4 / 45.2Round - 1.650" Dia (42.00mm)0.118" (3.00mm)0.450" (11.43mm)1.950" (49.48mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 70°C75 OhmsRound Shaft
42M100B1B
STEPPER MOTOR PM BIPOLAR 5V
$46.77000
0 - Immediate
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403-1012-ND
42M
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ActivePermanent MagnetBipolar5VDC400 mA1003.6°±11%7 / 49.4Round - 1.650" Dia (42.00mm)0.118" (3.00mm)0.450" (11.43mm)1.950" (49.48mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 70°C12.5 OhmsRound Shaft
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Stepper Motors


Stepper motors are DC voltage motion actuators that move in discrete steps. Multiple sets of coils organized in groups called "phases" determine the motors armature position. Energizing each phase in sequence causes armature rotation one step at a time. With computer or microcontroller managed stepping, precise positioning and/or speed control is achieved. Steppers are selected by torque, steps per revolution, step angle, NEMA frame size, coil resistance, polarity and shaft features.