Hybrid stepper motor

  • 13-Feb-2010 12:54 EST

Based on the technology of the hybrid stepper motor, Sonceboz offers the 6600 motor, specifically designed for applications operating in harsh environments. The 6600 can withstand strong vibrations and can operate in a range of temperatures from -40 to +105°C (-40 to +221°F). Features include an efficient magnetic structure and a static torque of up to 0.9 N∙m (0.66 lb∙ft). Supplied power is contained within a compact motor, which is 57 mm (2.2 in) in diameter. A fully automatic assembly ensures a high-quality finish and makes the motor suitable for use in cars, trucks, and off-highway vehicles for drive and positioning applications. The reluctant polarized motor also offers a robust design and 1.8° resolution with an accuracy of ±5%. Custom versions are available.

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