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Nema 17 Stepper Motor Bipolar 1.8 deg 60Ncm (85oz.in) 0.64A 10V 42x42x60mm 4 Wires

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This bipolar Nema 17 stepper motor with step angle 1.8deg and size 42x42x48mm. It has 4 wires, each phase draws 0.64A, with holding torque 60Ncm (85oz.in).

Electrical Specification

  • Manufacturer Part Number: 17HS24-0644S
  • Motor Type: Bipolar Stepper
  • Step Angle: 1.8 deg
  • Holding Torque: 60Ncm(85oz.in)
  • Rated Current/phase: 0.64A
  • Voltage: 10V
  • Phase Resistance: 15ohms
  • Inductance: 32mH ± 20%(1KHz)

Physical Specification

  • Frame Size: 42 x 42mm
  • Body Length: 60mm
  • Shaft Diameter: Φ5mm
  • Shaft Length: 24mm
  • D-cut Length: 15mm
  • Number of Leads: 4
  • Lead Length: 500mm
  • Weight: 500g

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Electrical Specification
Bipolar/Unipolar Bipolar
Holding Torque (Ncm) 60
Holding Torque (oz.in) 85
Inductance(mH) 32
Phase Resistance(ohm) 15
Rated Current (A) 0.64
Step Angle(°) 1.8
Physical Specification
Body Length(mm) 60
Frame Size(mm) 42x42
Single Shaft/Dual Shaft Single Shaft
Shaft Type D-Cut
Shaft Diameter(mm) 5
Shaft Length(mm) 24
No. of Lead 4
Lead Length(mm) 500
Weight(g) 500
  • 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.

AK. – 06 Jan 2017

With readily available Half-H driver chips in 16 pin DIP packages being limited to a per-channel continuous current limit of 1 amp (like the SN754410), this is a fantastic motor

Bill D. – 14 Dec 2016

These steppers have an incredible ratio of torque to current requirements. They create a large amount of force for the small amount of current they draw. Even better, the low current draw allows you to use them with low current controller boards. The only slight drawback is the length of the motor. These take up a lot of space, if you're mounting in a

G. Morency – 11 Nov 2016

With readily available Half-H driver chips in 16 pin DIP packages being limited to a per-channel continuous current limit of 1 amp (like the SN754410), this is a fantastic motor

E。。。 – 13 Apr 2016

I needed a stronger Nema 17 stepper for use with a Raspberry Pi for turning a dial on another device - this did the trick! I was previously using the stepper sold by adafruit, so if you're having trouble with that one (skipping steps, too weak, etc.), this one should work for you.
One heads up - if you are constantly running it, it can get hot. I only needed it to run for short periods of time on occasion, so this was not an issue. It is also not the quietest motor.

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