The new SCA5618 stepper motor from Nanotec offers 15 to 30% more torque than comparable motors with a 56-mm flange (NEMA 23). Thanks to an improved stator geometry and optimized magnetic materials, the rotor inertia is no higher than that of the predecessor model.
The SCA5618 is available in three lengths and with two different windings. Depending on length, the holding torque of this stepper motor is 0.6 to 2.3 Ncm and offers a resolution of 1.8°. For a higher resolution, the SCA5618 can also be combined with an optical or magnetic encoder. The integrated connector makes it easy to connect customized cables or replace an existing motor.
The new high-torque stepper motor from Nanotec can be ordered with an 8-mm D shaft or with a round 6.35-mm shaft. If more torque is required, the newly developed GP56 high-torque planetary gearbox from Nanotec can be combined with this stepper motor.
For more information, visit www.nanotec.com.
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