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Nema Size 14 Stepper Motor Bipolar 1.8 deg 5Ncm (7.08oz.in) 0.4A 10V 35x35x20mm 4 Wires

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This bipolar Nema 14 stepper motor with step angle 1.8deg and size 35x35x20mm. It has 4 wires, each phase draws 0.4A, with holding torque 5Ncm (7.08oz.in).

Electrical Specification

  • Manufacturer Part Number: 14HS08-0404S
  • Motor Type: Bipolar Stepper
  • Step Angle: 1.8 deg
  • Holding Torque: 5Ncm(7.08oz.in)
  • Rated Current/phase: 0.4A
  • Voltage: 10V
  • Phase Resistance: 25ohms
  • Inductance : 10mH ± 20%(1KHz)

Physical Specification

  • Frame Size: 35 x 35mm
  • Body Length: 20mm
  • Shaft Diameter: Φ5mm
  • Shaft Length: 12.5mm
  • Number of Leads: 4
  • Lead Length: 300mm
  • Weight: 100g

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Electrical Specification
Bipolar/Unipolar Bipolar
Holding Torque (Ncm) 5
Holding Torque (oz.in) 7.08
Inductance(mH) 10
Phase Resistance(ohm) 25
Rated Current (A) 0.4
Step Angle(°) 1.8
Physical Specification
Body Length(mm) 20
Frame Size(mm) 35x35
Single Shaft/Dual Shaft Single Shaft
Shaft Type O
Shaft Diameter(mm) 5
Shaft Length(mm) 12.5
No. of Lead 4
Lead Length(mm) 300
Weight(g) 100
  • Connectors: Molex, Harwin, Tyco/AMP, JST etc.
  • Lead wires & cables: Special lengths, Protective hose
  • Shaft: Round, D-Cut, Cross drilled, Key-Way, Thread or Hollow
  • Winding: Resistance, Inductance, Rated Current, etc.
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