NEMA 17 Stepper Motor with 9 Pigtail Connector MFG: MINEBEA P/N: 17PM-K077BP03CN COIL: 10.2V/.3A/34ohm/60mH TYPE: 2 Phase Bi-Polar 4 lead STEP ANGLE: 1.8 deg
280mN/m (39oz/in) holding torque. 5mm dia. X 12mm long shaft. 4 M3-0.5 Threaded mounting holes. 4 pin (6Position) connector.
Includes 9" Pigtail connector SQ: 1-5/8 L: 1-1/2 (Body) WT: .52
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Great performance for the price and closely matches the advertised specs. Ill be buying more of these beauties in the future.
- John Pasichnyk, NY
Nema 17 stepper motor
Good little stepper, works great for what Im using it for. Paired them with a4998 drivers, the control and response of the motor is great. Feels well built. Very good value, will buy again.
- Mark, CA
First time ordering stepper Motors and they are solid. All I know is that they work.
- Seven B, GA
High inductance loser
Whether you want to waste your money on this depends on how much performance you want to lose. If youre using an imported TB6600-based style driver, the figure of merit in terms of how fast you can make it go is basically the product of the coil current and the coil inductance, the lower the better. At 18 amp-millihenries this is one of the worst motors around, and with the style of driver I mentioned it basically doesnt make any difference what the current is you just set it on the DIP switches and the driver comes up with it so long as the supply has the POWER not current. I wouldnt leave a review at all except when I attempted to get tech support by email from these yoyos it was returned unaccepted as spam which is an insult to all you other decent customers out there and you know what THEY REFUSED TO FIX IT so dont expect to get any support from or be able to return anything to these jokers!!!