Hercules High Torque Stepper Motor
Frame Size: NEMA 23 | Step Angle: 1.8° • Up To 600 oz-in (4.24 Nm) of Holding Torque
• 40% more torque than standard NEMA 23 stepper motors
• High Torque Per Size Ratio
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Lin Engineering is pleased to release the new Xtreme Torque E5718 Stepper Motor with Enhanced Technology. The Xtreme Torque Stepper Motor with Enhanced Technology has been designed to reduce stalling, skipped steps, and provide efficient torque to keep your application continuously running smoothly. This new enhanced design allows you to stay within the same frame size and still take advantage of the increased torque and added benefits normally only available in larger frame sizes.
How Did We Do It?Inherently, every stepper has flux leakage which equates to torque loss. By inserting magnetic pins within the rotor, we were able to mitigate flux leakage, resulting in improved torque by up to 40%.
Standard Stepper MotorsFigure 1. Typical Stepper Motor Flux Path
All standard stepper motors experience some non-torque producing flux,
or flux leakage
Hercules Stepper MotorsFigure 2. Lin Engineering Hercules Motor Flux Path
Magnet pins are located between rotor teeth.
Full circumferential coverage over rotor increases focusing flux and
overall torque performance
More Holding TorqueHercules steppers provide up to 40% more torque throughout the entire speed range than standard motor of the same size.
Less ResonanceHercules steppers generate less resonant frequency due to the oscillation. Making the motor smoother, quieter, and precise.
About LIN ENGINEERING
LIN ENGINEERING was established in 1987, is the largest manufacturer of the 0.9 degree hybrid step motor in the World. Locates in Silicon Valley, USA where gathers top high-tech enterprises and talents, its' products are mainly applied in Medical instrumentation, high level security monitoring device, aerospace avionics, etc. In 2014, Lin Engineering manufactured 550 thousand pcs 0.9º hybrid stepper motors. June 3rd, 2015 – MOONS' acquired LIN ENGINEERING, INC. of Morgan Hill, CA, which is located in Silicon Valley, USA. It's a milestone that MOONS' will explore North America market further after the acquisition of Applied Motion Products in 2014.