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HELP !! Sanyo Denki stepper motors ??? what are these ones ??
I have a pair of Sanyo Denki stepper motors part number , type 103 845 2 , DC 3V , 6.7A , 1-8Deg/step , 6 wires
a pair of Sanyo Denki stepper motor type 103 807 5 , DC 5V , 1.9A , 1.8 Deg/step , 6 wires
Q1 . how many oz-in are these stepper motors ?
Q2 . from the part number how does one work out what these stepper motors are ?
i did search on the net for info , but it seems these stepper motors are old style of steppers. found this website www.sanyo-denki-online.com which did give some light on the topic but not enough to info to work out what my steppers are.
i'm am making a assumption from the website i have been on , since there 6 wires on these stepper motors there U=Uni-polar six wire
Any help would be appriciated
example from - www.sanyo-denki-online.com
Our simplified stock numbering system identifies each motor instantly. As an example, here is our Nema Size 34, 720 oz/in., 6 amp, single shaft, bi-polar motor. Here's how it works.
Example for stock # 346-720-SB
34 6 - 720 - S B B=Bi-polar four wire or U=Uni-polar six wire
. . . . . S=Single Shaft or D=Double Shaft
Ounce inches of holding torque rounded off.
The third digit(s) indicates the motor's amperage.
The first two digits indicate the Nema or Metric frame size.
Last edited by FPV_GTp; 03-11-2007 at 07:04 PM.
does anyone know how the old part number system works on Sanyo Denki stepper motors ???
kreutz you certainly know your electronics , it is great to see your positive nature , and also being very patient and passing on your knowledge on to cnczon.com members
I thought i would post this section in my thread for others to see a direct link to where Kreutz is helping people
Last edited by FPV_GTp; 03-22-2007 at 01:24 AM.