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NEMA 11 Stepper Motor (16.7 oz-in .185" dual shaft) 0.67 Amps

Nema 11 stepper motor Technical Details NEMA 11 Stepper Motor dimensions for NEMA 11 stepper motor wiring diagram for NEMA 11 stepper motor
Nema 11 stepper motor Technical Details NEMA 11 Stepper Motor dimensions for NEMA 11 stepper motor wiring diagram for NEMA 11 stepper motor

Introduction:

This is the smallest stepper motor we've featured to date, but it still packs a nice punch in a compact, rectangular NEMA 11 form.

Description:

This micro motor is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but still features 16.7 oz-in of holding torque. These NEMA 11 stepping motors are perfect for small CNC machines, 3D printers, laboratory assistance, linear actuators, telescopes, pick and place machines, and prototyping machines. Dual shaft .187 inch (4.75mm)

Technical Specifications:

  • 1.8 degree stepping angle (200 steps/revolution)
  • Rated Voltage: 6.2V
  • Current/Phase: .67 A
  • Resistance/Phase: 9.2 ohms
  • Inductance/Phase: 5.7mH±20%(1KHz)
  • Holding Torque: 16.7 oz-in / 1200 g-cm
  • Number of Leads: 4
  • Rotor Inertia: 18 g-cm2
  • Weight: 0.44 lbs / 0.2 kg
  • Length: 50.5 mm

NEMA 11 Stepping Motor (16.7 oz-in)

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Learn about the NEMA 11 Stepper Motor (16.7 oz-in .185" dual shaft) 0.67 Amps

Download and installation of the Windows Drivers for the USBTiny AVR Pocket Programmer (pocketprog-driver.zip) from SparkFun.com.
Using a potentiometer, the speed of a motor can be controlled. The potentiometer is connected in a way that it functions as a voltage divider. The motor is connected to the potentiometer's middle le...
To make a motor spin, a battery can be connected to a DC motor.
Part 1: Making a convenient connector from a 2x3 female header to an inline 6 pin male header for SPI communication from USBTiny at the computer end to the microcontrollers MOSI, MISO, SCK, Reset, VCC...
Part 2: Making a convenient connector from a 2x3 female header to an inline 6 pin male header for SPI communication from USBTiny at the computer end to the microcontrollers MOSI, MISO, SCK, Reset, VCC...