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SH1602-5240 - 

Stepper Motor, SANMOTION F2, Bipolar, 2 A, Two, 1.65 ohm, 6.1 mH

SANYO DENKI - SANMOTION SH1602-5240

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Manufacturer Part No:
SH1602-5240
Newark Part No.:
34R8313
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Product Information

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Bipolar
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2A
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Two
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1.65ohm
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6.1mH
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2.19oz-in²
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Product Overview

The SH1602-5240 is a Stepper Motor for a DC input set model with a basic step angle of 0.9°. The bipolar stepper motor suitable for use with industrial sewing machines, financial terminals, copiers and manufacturing equipment for semiconductors applications. It is a SANMOTION F2 is a 2-phase stepping system that provides precise positioning with easy control.
  • Small driver and motor, yet high torque
  • Fast response provides shorter system cycle time for repetitive operations
  • Holding torque maintains the stop position when engaging power
  • Low-vibration mode
  • Accurate control is provided by pulse signals
  • High torque motor

Applications

Industrial, Automation & Process Control, Motor Drive & Control

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