Greenville, DE– Servo2Go introduces details on a New NEMA 24 frame series of high torque hybrid stepper motors.
Manufactured by Applied Motion Products, the HT24 motors are a new frame size step motor offering up to 30% more torque than the previous HT23 series in a similar package size. The only significant difference in size between an HT23 and HT24 is that the HT24 has a larger shaft diameter. The HT24 motors mount within the same mounting pattern as the NEMA 23 frame motor family.
HT24 motors are ideal for applications where more power is required but changing to a size 34 motor is not possible.
HT24 motors are available with single or dual shafts, and all motors are optimized for microstepping. Optional encoders, gearheads and brakes are also available.
Three different stack lengths with holding torques ranging from 123 to 354 oz-in are available. HT24 motors have four leads and are suitable for bipolar and unipolar connections.
Specifically wound for low inductance and low rated per phase current, the HT24 motors are ideally suited to run with AMP’s low cost STR4 microstepping drive.
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