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QSH2818-32-07-006
STEP MOTOR HYBRID BIPOLAR 3.8V
$53.96000
315 - Immediate
Trinamic Motion Control GmbHTrinamic Motion Control GmbH
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1460-1072-ND
QMot QSH2818
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ActiveHybridBipolar3.8VDC670 mA2001.8°±5%8.49 / 60Square - 1.100" x 1.100" (28.00mm x 28.00mm)110.197" (5.00mm)0.787" (20.00mm)0.905" (22.98mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 50°C5.6 OhmsFlatted Shaft
QSH2818-51-07-012
STEP MOTOR HYBRID BIPOLAR 6.2V
$72.27000
72 - Immediate
Trinamic Motion Control GmbHTrinamic Motion Control GmbH
1
1460-1073-ND
QMot QSH2818
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ActiveHybridBipolar6.2VDC670 mA2001.8°±5%17 / 120Square - 1.100" x 1.100" (28.00mm x 28.00mm)110.197" (5.00mm)0.787" (20.00mm)0.905" (22.98mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 50°C9.2 OhmsFlatted Shaft
QSH2818-32-07-006-8192-AT
STEP MOTOR HYBRID NEMA11 ENC 819
$229.20000
0 - Immediate
Trinamic Motion Control GmbHTrinamic Motion Control GmbH
1
1460-QSH2818-32-07-006-8K-ND
QMot QSH2818
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ActiveHybridBipolar3.8VDC670 mA2001.8°±5%8.49 / 60Square - 1.100" x 1.100" (28.00mm x 28.00mm)110.197" (5.00mm)0.787" (20.00mm)0.906" (23.00mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 50°C5.6 OhmsFlatted Shaft
QSH2818-51-07-012-8192-AT
STEP MOTOR HYBRID NEMA11 ENC 819
$247.98000
0 - Immediate
Trinamic Motion Control GmbHTrinamic Motion Control GmbH
1
1460-QSH2818-51-07-012-8K-ND
QMot QSH2818
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ActiveHybridBipolar6.2VDC670 mA2001.8°±5%17 / 120Square - 1.100" x 1.100" (28.00mm x 28.00mm)110.197" (5.00mm)0.787" (20.00mm)0.906" (23.00mm)Wire Leads-20°C ~ 50°C9.2 OhmsFlatted 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.