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Stepper Motor Voltage Explained

Stepper motor ‘voltage’ is an often confusing subject. Many motor drivers use widely varying bus voltages to operate stepper motors. In fact, identical stepper motors can be (and commonly are) operated at greatly different voltages in different systems. How can the same motor be run at different voltages? How does the bus voltage impact the stepper motor’s performance?


Stepping Servo Basics

Stepping Servos: What You Need to Know

FWD Series:

FWS Series Stepping motors make it easy to control position and speed, and they are used in many applications. However, stepping motors driven with a conventional pen loop control are sometimes unable to provide satisfactory results in response to the strong demand for improved equipment performance and reliability.


Optimized Magnetic Circuit Improves Motor Performance

Optimized Magnetic Circuit Steps Up Motor’s Performance

Manufacturers employ hybrid stepping motors in office automation equipment, industrial equipment, medical machines, and game machines for these parts can be easily controlled in position and speed. In hybrid stepping motor, power control as well as position and speed control is required. and the high-performance trend is based on high torque.


3-Phase Stepper Motor Laser Demonstration

3 Phase Stepping Motor Demonstration

R&D / Engineering Headquarters

The 3-phase stepper Motor offers a middle course between the 2-phase stepper motor (standard) and the 5-phase stepper motor with a very small step angle and low vibrations. These 3-phase stepper motors are widely used on small to mid-sized CNC milling machines, CNC lathes, Pick-place machines, Laser Engravers, Laser Cutters, and CNC Plasma Cutters.