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need some help figuring out a stepper motor.. holding torque..



brucer
03-03-2012, 02:43 PM
A friend of mine comes up and says, heres a stepper motor, I can get several of them if you want or need them..

the motor is
Parker PowermaxII
P22NRXA-LNN-NS-00
BIPOLAR
35VOLT
3.3AMP
Po: 62watt
1500rpm


I have looked on the internet and cant find a torque rating for the motor, any help would be great..

acourtjester
03-04-2012, 08:19 AM
Brucer this may help
Motor Technology - Powermax, stepper motors, stepping motors - PacSi, Pacific Scientific, Danaher-Motion (http://www.motec.co.uk/motors_dm-powermax.htm)

have fun
Tom

Gadget
03-04-2012, 08:40 AM
Newton meter to oz in converter can be found here Newton Meters to Inch-Ounces Conversion Calculator (http://www.unitconversion.org/energy/newton-meters-to-inch-ounces-conversion.html)
It might be handy.
I'm guessing the comma in the NM chart is actually a decimal point, that would equate to a 202 OzIn per winding motor.

brucer
03-04-2012, 10:50 AM
Newton meter to oz in converter can be found here Newton Meters to Inch-Ounces Conversion Calculator (http://www.unitconversion.org/energy/newton-meters-to-inch-ounces-conversion.html)
It might be handy.
I'm guessing the comma in the NM chart is actually a decimal point, that would equate to a 202 OzIn per winding motor.

gadget,

I found a page that said the p22nrxa series was from like 40oz to 212oz. I was guessing around 200oz.

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Newton meter to oz in converter can be found here Newton Meters to Inch-Ounces Conversion Calculator (http://www.unitconversion.org/energy/newton-meters-to-inch-ounces-conversion.html)
It might be handy.
I'm guessing the comma in the NM chart is actually a decimal point, that would equate to a 202 OzIn per winding motor.



You should start a thread and link to that converter then sticky it.[COLOR="Silver"]

Gadget
03-04-2012, 11:13 AM
Brucer, I just put a link to the free converter program I use in the Math/Layout section, it's sticky.