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Bipolar Stepper Motor FL60STH86-2008B

Bipolar Stepper Motor FL60STH86-2008B

Industrial grade stepper motor, ideal for driving medium-sized loads. Has a holding torque of 31 kg.cm (3.04 Nm or 430 oz-in). Front and rear shafts. Front and rear shafts are both 6.35 mm in diameter with a flat.

This NEMA 24 frame motor is 60 mm square on the face, with four 4 mm diameter untapped holes. The mounting holes are 47.14 mm from centre to centre along a side.

Specifications:

Step angle1.8 °
Step angle accuracy±5%
Temperature rise (max)80 °C
Ambient temperature-20 to 50 °C
Insulation Resistance (at 500 VDC)≥100 MΩ
Dielectric strength (1 sec., 3 mA)500 VAC
Shaft radial play (450 g load)≤0.02 mm
Shaft axial play (450 g load)≤0.08 mm
Max. radial force (20 mm from flange)75 N
Max. axial force15 N
Number of leads8
Rotor inertia840 g.cm2
Weight1.4 kg
Detent torque1.0 kg.cm
Body Length88 mm
Front shaft dia - lengthD6.35mm L24 mm
Rear shaft dia - lengthD6.35mm L20 mm

UnipolarParallelSeries
Current per phase2.0 A2.8 A1.4 A
Resistance per phase (± 10%)3 Ω1.5 Ω6 Ω
Coil voltage (continuous)6 V4.17 V8.4 V
Inductance per phase (± 20%)6.8 mH6.8 mH27.2 mH
Holding torque22 kg.cm31 kg.cm31 kg.cm

Wiring:

As an 8 wire motor, the MOT-128 can be wired up in a number of ways. Unipolar configurations use the half coils in sequence and offer about half the torque of the full coil configurations. Parallel and series configurations use the whole coil but require a bipolar driver.

Series configurations offer higher torque at lower speeds but also result in higher inductance causing instability at high speed.

In general we recommend wiring the motor coils in a parallel configuration. This tends to flatten out the speed-torque curve and allows for greater motor speeds.

Speed-Torque Curve:

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SKU:  MOT-128

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