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Differences Between Various Stepper Motors

Differences Between Various Stepper Motors, Stepper motors: Differences between permanent magnet, variable reluctance, and hybrid types Stepper motors are commonly used in linear motion applications for their precise positioning capabilities and good holding torque. And while the basic operating principle is the same for all stepper motors, there are differences in operation and performance between [...]

Common Specifications of Motor Ferrite Rotor Magnets

Common Specifications of Motor Ferrite Rotor Magnets The ferrite radial multi-pole magnet ring is one of the main products developed by our company (HSMAG Magnet). For many years, it has been well received by customers. The company attaches great importance to the performance of each pole of the magnet product and the stability of the [...]

What is a torque motor?

What is a torque motor? Rotational electric motors have been around for ages but a lot has changed since then. How did electric motors change? What innovations have been made? Torque motors have benefitted greatly from the knowledge gained making linear motors. Utilizing a brushless 3-phase design they can provide even greater efficiency and power, [...]

Magnet Rotors

Magnet Rotors, or permanent magnet rotor is the non stationary part of a motor. The rotor is the moving part in an electric motor, generator and more. Magnetic rotors are designed with multiple poles. Each pole alternates in polarity (north & south). Opposite poles rotate about a central point or axis (basically, a shaft is [...]

Hybrid Stepper Motor

Hybrid Stepper Motor The hybrid stepper motor combines features of both the variable reluctance stepper and the permanent magnet stepper to produce a smaller step angle. The rotor is a cylindrical permanent magnet, magnetized along the axis with radial soft iron teeth (Figure below). The stator coils are wound on alternating poles with corresponding teeth. [...]

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