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High Torque Nema 23 Planetary Gearbox Stepper Motor 57mm 5 nm 6 nm 1A
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|Product Name||Stepping Gearbox Motor||Step Accuracy||± 5%|
|IP Level||IP40||Temperature Rise||80 ℃ Max|
|STEP ANGLE||1.8°/STEP||Insulation Resistance||100MΩ Min.500VC DC|
|Ambient Temperature||-20℃~+50℃||Rated Tolerance Torque||8.0 Nm|
|Max Momentary Tolerance Torque||25 Nm||Dielectric Strength||500VAC 1 Minute|
nema 23 stepper motor with planetary gearbox,
5nm stepper motor,
6nm stepper motor
57BYGH231-04AG15 NEMA 23 Low Noise High Torque 1A Stepper Planetary Gearbox Motor
|Model||Step Angle Accuracy||Dielectric Strength||Step Angle||Holding torque with gearbox (Nm)||Max Radial Force||Shaft axial load|
|57BYGH231-03AG6||±5%||500V AC 1minute||1.8||2.72||≤450N (10mm from front flange)||≤200N|
|57BYGH231-04AG15||±5%||500V AC 1minute||1.8||5.96||≤450N (10mm from front flange)||≤200N|
*Products can be customized by special request.
Gearbox Part Electrical Specification
Out diameter 56mm Powder metallurgy
|Housing material||Bearing at output||Radial load(10mm from flange)N||Shaft axial load(N)||Shaft press-fit force max(N)||Radial play of shaft(mm)||Thrust play of shaft(mm)||Backlash at no-load (°)|
|Powder metallurgy||sleeve bearings||≤450||≤200||≤1000||≤0.03||≤0.1||≤1.5|
|Reduction ratio||Rated tolerance torque (Nm)||Max momentary tolerance torque (Nm)||Efficiency%||
|Weight(g)||Number of gear trains|
Planetary gearboxes can be powered by either electric motors, hydraulic motors, or petrol or diesel combustion engines.
The load from the sun gear is distributed to several planetary gears which can either be used to drive an outer ring or a shaft or spindle. The central sun gear takes a high-speed, low-torque input. It drives several rotating external gears which increases the torque.
The simple design is a highly efficient and effective way of transferring power from a motor to an output. Approximately 97% of the energy input is delivered as an output.