A Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor is a type of stepper motor that uses a hybrid design and a closed-loop controller to achieve high precision and accuracy. The hybrid design combines the advantages of both permanent magnet and wound-rotor stepper motors, while the closed-loop controller provides feedback to the motor, ensuring that it rotates exactly as commanded.
Some additional details about the Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor:
Step angle: The step angle is the angle that the motor shaft rotates when one step of current is applied. The step angle of a Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor is typically 1.8 degrees.
Holding torque: The holding torque is the maximum torque that the motor can produce while holding its position. The holding torque of a Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor is typically 5nm,10nm and 12.5nm
Rated current: The rated current is the current that the motor is designed to operate at. The rated current of a Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor is typically 6.0 A.
Voltage: The voltage that the motor operates at is typically 4 V.
The specific advantages of using a Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor:
High precision: The closed-loop controller ensures that the motor rotates exactly as commanded, providing high precision and accuracy. This is important for applications where precise positioning is required, such as CNC machines, 3D printers, and robotics.
High torque: The Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor produces high torque, making it ideal for applications that require a lot of force. This is important for applications where the motor needs to be able to move heavy loads, such as automated assembly machines and material handling equipment.
Low speed: The Nema 34 hybrid closed-loop stepper motor can operate at low speeds, making it ideal for applications that require precise positioning. This is important for applications where the motor needs to be able to move slowly and smoothly, such as medical devices and machine vision systems.
Less prone to losing steps: Closed-loop stepper motors are less prone to losing steps than open-loop stepper motors. This is because the closed-loop controller provides feedback to the motor, ensuring that it rotates exactly as commanded. This can lead to increased accuracy and precision in applications where precise positioning is required.
More efficient: Closed-loop stepper motors are more efficient than open-loop stepper motors. This is because the closed-loop controller only provides power to the motor when it is needed. This can lead to reduced energy consumption and increased performance in applications where the motor is used frequently.
|Step Angle Accuracy||±5%|
|Temperature Rise||80℃ Max.|
|Insulation Resistance||100MΩMin 500VDC|
|Dielectric Strength||500V AC 1minute|
|Allowable Radial Load||0.02mm Max.(450g load)|
|Allowable Thrust Load||0.08mm Max.(450g load)|
|Model||ShaftΦ(mm)||Shaft Type(mm)||Shaft L(mm)|
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