High performance Nema 23 stepper motor WT57STH115-4204A from Wantai
The Nema 23 stepping motors from Wantai are of a high standard and are ideally suited as a powerful alternative to the smaller Nema 17 stepping motors.
The WT57STH115-4204A stepper motor offers a very high output with a holding torque of up to 300Ncm and 1.8 degrees per step.
The Nema 23 2-phase hybrid motors have a much higher torque than conventional stepping motors and are ideal for CNC machines, 3D printers and high-load applications.
Further technical data can be found in the data sheet.
- Nema 23 stepper motor
- Model: WT57STH115-4204A
- High quality
- Holding torque: 300Ncm
- Step angle: 1.8 °
- Voltage: 3.78V
- Current per phase: 4.2A
- Length: 112mm
- Width: 56.4mm
- Height: 56.4mm
- Shaft diameter: 8mm
Scope of Delivery:
- 1x Nema 23 stepper motor with connecting cable
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