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M1433040 Stepping Motor
M1433040 Stepping Motor
The NEMA42 stepper motors family is enhanced with the new model M1433040, capable of delivering 29Nm of»read more
3D Stepping Motor Models
3D Stepping Motor Models
Registered users can download 3D models of LAM Technologies stepper motors NEMA17, »read more

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High torque stepper motors

Stepper Drives

High performance microstepping drives

Featured Products

LS1076 LS1076
  • Supply from 24Vdc up to 90Vdc
  • Current up to 6Arms
  • 78x110x25mm (3.07x4.33x0.98in)
M1243042 M1243042
  • Torque 3.2Nm (453oz-In)
  • Current 4.2Arms
  • NEMA 24 standard flange
DS5078A DS5078A
  • Modbus-RTU fieldbus RS485
  • Supply from 20Vac up to 65Vac
  • Current up to 10Arms
  • 100x35x119mm (3.94x1.38x4.69in)

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Did You Know?

For the stepper motor drives belonging to the xS10, DS30 and DS5x series the phase current is expressed in Arms, i.e. effective current. Instead, other manufacturers characterize their products indicating the peak current (sometimes also referred to as maximum current- Imax) and this does not allow to get the maximum torque from the motor.

The rms value of a sinusoidal current is equivalent to 1,41 times the peak current (about 40% more) therefore, for example, a drive used in microstepping and calibrated for a phase current amounting to 5Arms is equivalent to a drive by 7,05A of peak.