DC motor 60L024B
stepper5 V12 V

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Characteristics

AC/DC
DC
Type
stepper
Voltage
5 V, 12 V
Protection class
maintenance-free
Configuration
compact, mini
Number of poles
single-pole, 2-pole
Applications
for medical equipment, for robotics, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics
custom
Intensity

0.46 A, 1.09 A

Torque

0.1306 Nm, 0.1695 Nm
(0.0963 ft.lb, 0.125 ft.lb)

Diameter

60 mm
(2.36 in)

Operating temperature

Min.: -20 °C
(-4 °F)

Max.: 70 °C
(158 °F)

Description

The 60L024B provides up to 24 oz-in (169.5 mNm) of holding torque in a 24 mm frame size, making it perfect for higher torque applications. It is available in 5 or 12 volt windings, and in unipolar or bipolar designs. Product Highlights • Excellent open loop control - no encoder necessary • Digitally controlled - easy to use with a micro processor • Cost effective - compact design, lower integration cost • Maintenance free - no brushes to replace • Unipolar and bipolar winding options Customization Available • Ball bearings, clutch magnets, dampers • Coil modifications - resistance and inductance • Custom shafts - flats, knurling, diameter, length • Magnets - to yield higher torque or reduced detent levels • Mechanical integration upon request (housing, front & rear flange, shaft) • Pinions and gears • Wiring - connectors, lead length, shrink tubing Applications • Valve Actuation • Clinical Diagnostics • Pharmaceutical Dispensing • Robotic Applications • Antenna Positioning • Printers and Copiers • Switching Systems

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Exhibitions

Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

EUROSATORY

17-21 Jun 2024 Paris (France) Hall USA Pavilion - Stand DE309

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    AHTE Shanghai

    3-05 Jul 2024 Shanghai (China) Hall W1 - Stand F31

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    *Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.