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2-phase Biploar Step Motors

Item# OMHT11-013

2-phase Biploar Step Motors 2-phase Biploar Step Motors
Omega offers a robust line of 2-phase biploar step motors ranging in frame size from NEMA 11 to NEMA 34. Most of our models are the high torque style, with holding torques up to 1845 oz-in. All motors conform to industry-standard NEMA mounting dimensions, and are offered with a range of well-featured, compatible drives and indexers. With the exception of our two smallest motors (OMHT11-013, OM5014-842), all of our step motors are optimized for microstepping: they can achieve a stepping resolution of up to 51,200 steps/revolution (.007° per step) when operated by one of our microstepping drives. Although it is not necessary, these motors can be fitted with one of our incremental encoders, which can aid in stall detection and prevention.

Important Note About Motor Current vs Drive Current:
When setting the drive current, you should multiply the stepper motor's nameplate current by 1.2. This provides the correct conversion from the motor's full-step nameplate rating to the drive's current setting. If the motor nameplate current is specified as 5 Amps, set the drive current to 6 Amps (5 x 1.2) to achieve full performance.

Most of the stepper motors are 8-lead motors, offering the flexibility of either series or parallel connection. The motors should be series connected for best torque at low speeds, and parallel connected for best torque at higher speeds.
OMHT11-013
  • Bipolar step motors
  • Sizes ranging from NEMA 11 to NEMA 34
  • Holding torque from 15 oz-in to 1845 oz-in
  • 200 full steps per revolution (1.8° per step)
  • Dual shaft models available for encoder mounting
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Maximum Holding Torque
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Features
Quantity Price each
1-4 $138.00
5-9 $135.24
10-24 $132.48
25-49 $126.96
50-99 $125.58
100+ $124.20

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 5 weeks

Product Specs

  • Pulses per Revolution 200 full steps per revolution

Omega offers a robust line of 2-phase biploar step motors ranging in frame size from NEMA 11 to NEMA 34. Most of our models are the high torque style, with holding torques up to 1845 oz-in. All motors conform to industry-standard NEMA mounting dimensions, and are offered with a range of well-featured, compatible drives and indexers. With the exception of our two smallest motors (OMHT11-013, OM5014-842), all of our step motors are optimized for microstepping: they can achieve a stepping resolution of up to 51,200 steps/revolution (.007° per step) when operated by one of our microstepping drives. Although it is not necessary, these motors can be fitted with one of our incremental encoders, which can aid in stall detection and prevention.

Important Note About Motor Current vs Drive Current:
When setting the drive current, you should multiply the stepper motor's nameplate current by 1.2. This provides the correct conversion from the motor's full-step nameplate rating to the drive's current setting. If the motor nameplate current is specified as 5 Amps, set the drive current to 6 Amps (5 x 1.2) to achieve full performance.

Most of the stepper motors are 8-lead motors, offering the flexibility of either series or parallel connection. The motors should be series connected for best torque at low speeds, and parallel connected for best torque at higher speeds.

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