Nippon Pulse (www.nipponpulse.com) has unveiled its latest PFG25G gearhead stepper motor.
Coming from the company’s well-established portfolio of tin-can stepper products, PFG25G gearhead stepper motor is suitable for medical device industry’s projects that demand for high torque motor but have limited space.
The gearhead stepper motor is offered both in unipolar and bipolar winding and features 24 steps or 48 steps per revolution. Depending on the device’s step number and winding, Nippon’s gearhead stepper motor offers a rated voltage of either five volts or 12 volts. It also delivers a resistance ranging from 15 ohms and 122 ohms, a holding torque that stands between 8 mNom and 12 mNom. Weighting 35 grams, the PFG25G stepper motor’s other remarkable features include a starting pulse of 490 pps or 790 pps, a maximum torque of 100 mNom and a motor diameter of 25 mm.
Nippon’s PFG25G stepper motor offers customers the choice of more than 20 gearhead ratios, starting from 6/25 to 1/300. Depending on the motor’s gear ratio, it produces a maximum torque of between 20 mNom and 100 mNom.
Just like the rest of Nippon Pulse stepper motor products, the company offers customers the option to customize their PFG25G motor to meet their individual need. The Nippon Pulse factory and model shop can add longer lead wires, connectors, ball bearings, customized flanges, pinions and many other motor options.