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103H7123-5040 is Bipolar winding, 56mm, 2-phase Stepping Motor.
A 2-phase stepping motor, also known as a bipolar stepper motor, is a type of electric motor commonly used in various applications where precise control of rotational motion is required. It is called “2-phase” because it has two sets of windings, or phases, in its stator. These motors are known for their ability to move in discrete steps or increments, making them valuable in applications such as robotics, 3D printers, CNC machines, and more.
23HS8430 is 2 Phase Hybrid Stepper Motor 23HS series-Size 57mm(1.8 degree).
A 2-phase hybrid stepper motor is a type of stepper motor that operates with two phases. It is a popular choice for precision positioning applications due to its ability to provide precise angular displacement and control. The term “hybrid” refers to the combination of aspects from both permanent magnet (PM) and variable reluctance (VR) stepper motor designs.
1. Two Phases: The motor has two sets of windings, often referred to as phase A and phase B. Each phase has its own coil windings and associated driver circuitry.
2. Stator and Rotor: The motor consists of a stator, which contains the coils or windings, and a rotor, which has teeth or poles. The rotor typically has a permanent magnet structure or a combination of permanent magnets and soft iron teeth.
3. Precise Control: The motor’s step angle, or the angular displacement per electrical input, is typically small, such as 1.8 degrees per step or even smaller, allowing for precise control and positioning.
4. Bi-polar Configuration: A 2-phase hybrid stepper motor is typically configured in a bipolar configuration, meaning that each phase has two terminals that require a bipolar stepper motor driver to control the motor’s operation.