2-Phase Step Motors 20 mm – 86 mm | Holding Torque 0.014 - 10.2 Nm
Driver Electronics 200 - 10,000 Steps/Rev. | 24 VDC - 130 VDC | Phase Current 0.5 A - 10 A
Planetary Gear ratio = 3 - 512 | Motor Flange 42 mm - 86 mm
Motor Accessories Step Motors with Terminal Box | Electromag. Brake | Encoder
5-Phase Step Motors 60 mm – 86 mm | Holding Torque 0.42 - 6.3 Nm

AWG / Nema - Code

 

Step-Motor-Series   Step-Motor-Flange Lead Wire AWG - Code
HECM213... HECM215... 20 mm  Nema   8      4 Litzen AWG 26
HECM223... HECM225... 28 mm Nema 11      4 Litzen AWG 26
SECM223... SECM225... 28 mm Nema 11      4 Litzen AWG 28
ECM232N... ECM232M... 39 mm Nema 16      4 Litzen AWG 26
SECM243... SECM245... 42 mm Nema 17      4 und 6 Litzen AWG 26
HECM244... HECM246... 42 mm Nema 17      4 Litzen AWG 26
SECM264... ECM2610... 56.4 mm Nema 23      8 Litzen AWG24
HECM264... HECM269... 60 mm Nema 24      8 Litzen AWG 24
SECM296... SECM2913... 86 mm Nema 34      8 Litzen AWG 22
SECM564... SECM569... 60 mm Nema 24    10 Litzen AWG 24
SECM596... SECM5913...   90 mm Nema 35    10 Litzen AWG 24


American Wire Gauge, short AWG,

also known as the Brown & Sharpe wire gauge, is a standardized wire gauge system used since 1857 predominantly in North America for the diameters of round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire. The cross-sectional area of each gauge is an important factor for determining its current-carrying capacity.
(Source Wikipedia)

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National Electrical Manufacturers Association, short NEMA,

The NEMA used as an American institution traditionally the "English" system of measurement "inch", while in the western world almost exclusively the metric system is used. When converting from inches to millimeters (1 inch equals 25.4 mm) caused rounding inaccuracies and errors. Therefore, the bolt patterns may vary slightly in some dimension drawings. The differences, however, are usually in such a small area that they are usually covered by the general tolerances. (Source Wikipedia)

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