AutomationDirect: NEMA Stepper Motors – Single-Shaft and Dual-Shaft

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July 15, 2021

SureStep high-torque stepping motors are designed to handle a wide range of automation applications such as woodworking, assembly, and test machines.

  • Motors are available in both single-shaft and dual-shaft configurations.
  • These square frame or “high-torque” style stepping motors are the latest in bipolar technology, resulting in the best torque to volume ratio.
  • NEMA 14, 17, 23, 34 and 42 mounting flanges
  • Holding torque ranges from 8 to 4532 oz-in.
  • Optional 6, 10, or 20-foot extension cables with locking connectors interface any of the stepping motors to the microstepping drive.
  • Extension cables can be easily cut to length, if desired.
  • Position feedback encoder included in integrated motor / drives and separate motors with an “E” part number.
  • Encoder adapter plate available (only necessary for mounting encoders to NEMA 42 motors)


Motor Features

  • Square frame step motor style produces high torque
  • 2-phase bipolar, 4-lead
  • Available in single-shaft and dual-shaft models
  • 1.8° per step, 200 Steps per Revolution
  • Standard NEMA Sizes (14, 17, 23, 34 and 42)
  • NEMA 42 frame size … New!
  • CE Compliant

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