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25CLA - Captive Linear stepper motor

25CLA - Captive Linear stepper motor
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Captive Linear Stepper Motors: 25CLA

The 25CLA range of captive linear stepper motors are available in four different models all with a max stroke of 14 mm.

Standard models are normally available from stock, but we can make specials on request

25CLA-A01

Step Angle: 15
No. of Phases: 2
Voltage: 12V
Current: 0.23A
mm/step: 0.0417
Thrust: 25N
Stroke: 12mm

25CLA-A02

Step Angle: 15
No. of Phases: 4
Voltage: 12V
Current: 0.23A
mm/step: 0.0417
Thrust: 25N
Stroke: 12mm

25CLA-A04

Step Angle: 15
No. of Phases: 4
Voltage: 5V
Current: 0.23A
mm/step: 0.0417
Thrust: 7N
Stroke: 12mm

25NCLA-A05

Step Angle: 15
No. of Phases: 2
Voltage: 5V
Current: 0.23A
mm/step: 0.0417
Thrust: 10N
Stroke: 120mm

 

 

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