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Nema 23 Stepper Motor Bipolar 1.8 deg 1.26Nm (178.4oz.in) 2.8A 2.5V 57x57x56mm 4 Wires (23HS22-2804S)CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

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Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill (23hs22-2804s)

This is one of the most popular Nema 23 stepper motor, it with step angle 1.8deg and size 57x57x56mm. It has 4 wires, each phase draws 2.8A, with holding torque 1.26Nm (178.4oz.in).

 

Electrical Specification

  • Manufacturer Part Number: 23HS22-2804S
  • Motor Type: Bipolar Stepper
  • Step Angle: 1.8 deg
  • Holding Torque: 1.26Nm(178.4oz.in)
  • Rated Current/phase: 2.8A
  • Voltage: 2.5V
  • Phase Resistance: 0.9ohms
  • Inductance: 2.5mH ± 20%(1KHz)

Physical Specification

  • Frame Size: 57 x 57mm
  • Body Length: 56mm
  • Shaft Diameter: Φ6.35mm
  • Shaft Length: 21mm
  • Number of Leads: 4
  • Lead Length: 300mm
  • Weight: 700g

Connection

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Nema 23 is a stepper motor with a 2.3 x 2.3 inch faceplate. It is suitable for 3d printer, robot arm, cnc machine,etc. In low-speed applications, the stepper motor can be driven at the desired speed without missing a single step.

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

 

 

 

Nema 23 CNC Stepper Motor 2.8A 178.5oz.in/1.26Nm CNC Stepping Motor DIY CNC Mill

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Electrical Specification
Bipolar/Unipolar Bipolar
Holding Torque (Ncm) 126
Holding Torque (oz.in) 178.4
Inductance(mH) 2.5
Phase Resistance(ohm) 0.9
Rated Current (A) 2.8
Step Angle(°) 1.8
Physical Specification
Body Length(mm) 56
Frame Size(mm) 57x57
Single Shaft/Dual Shaft Single Shaft
Shaft Type D-Cut
Shaft Diameter(mm) 6.35
Shaft Length(mm) 21
No. of Lead 4
Lead Length(mm) 500
Weight(g) 700
  • 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.

nick.tracy1980 – 12 Dec 2019

The motor has a good torque if provided with appropriate power. (rating changed to 5 stars)
OLD COMMENT :Torque at 12V is not impressive. (I think its < 1 N/m because it barely performs better than a nema 17 rated at 0.42 N/m)
EDIT: the driver I use (A4988) has a voltage regulator with a screw allowing to increase the voltage. Doing so increased the torque significantly (and the heat production on the driver).
So overall my previous comment on torque does not stand, since this was a matter of power supply/driver.

charles bouk – 17 Nov 2016

This is the first time I'm using a motor in a project. It's a learning experience but this motor is working great in my tests so far. I'm sure the only reason it isn't lifting more than the 1.5 pound chain I am testing with is my Arduino-based (ie current limited) power supply. I'm working on a power circuit that will allow this thing to perform great.

Ric Meyer – 20 Jul 2016

Difficult to find the right combo of drive voltage, current, pw, etc, but it cooks fine now.

flatsfisher – 20 Nov 2015

Excellent motor. Worked perfectly for my cnc lathe project

Jomatecc – 22 Sep 2015

Haven't used a lot of steppers before but as far as I can tell run smooth and fairly quiet, solid IMHO.

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