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46000 46mm

46000 Series Haydon Rotary Can Stack Stepper Motor
Haydon's can stack rotary stepper motors are built to provide exceptionally high torque to size ratios.  The Haydon 46000 can stack rotary stepper motor is 46mm rotary stepper motor with a holding torque of up to 1.0oz-in (.71Ncm).  Typical applications include medical equipment, bar code scanning devices, printing equipment, laboratory instrumentation and other high torque, small space mechanisms.
  • Specifications - Bipolar +


    Part Number   46440-05 46440-12 46540-05 46540-12
    Wiring Units  Bipolar
    Step Angle  Degree 7.5° 15°
    Winding Voltage  VDC 5 12 5 12
    Current / Phase  A rms 1.0 .41 1.0 .41
    Resistance / Phase  ohms (Ω) 5 29 5 29
    Inductance / Phase  mH 9 52 7.1 39
    Holding Torque  oz-in (Ncm) 16 (11.30) 8.5 (6.00)
    Detent Torque  oz-in (Ncm) .90 (.64) 1.0 (.71)
    Power consumption  Watts 10
    Rotor Inertia  gcm2 25
    Weight  oz  (g) 7.8 (220)
    Insulation resistance  MΩ 20
    Insulation Class   Class B (75°C Rise)
    Standard motors are Class B rated for a maximum temperature of 130°C
  • Specifications - Unipolar +


    Part Number   46460-05 46460-12 46560-05 46560-12
    Wiring
    Units  Unipolar
    Step Angle
     Degree 7.5° 15°
    Winding Voltage
     VDC 5 12 5 12
    Current / Phase
     A rms 1.0 .41 1.0 .41
    Resistance / Phase
    ohms (Ω)  5 29 5 29
    Inductance / Phase
    mH  4.5 26 3.5 20
    Holding Torque  oz-in (Ncm) 13.0 (9.18) 6 (4.24)
    Detent Torque
     oz-in (Ncm) .90 (.64) 1.0 (.71)
    Power consumption  Watts 10
    Rotor Inertia  gcm2 25
    Weight  oz (g) 7.8 (220)
    Insulation resistance  MΩ 20 
    Insulation Class   Class B (75° C Rise)
    Standard motors are Class B rated for a maximum temperature of 130°C
  • Dimensional Drawing +


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  • Performance Curves +


    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    L/R Drive, Bipolar 7.5° Step Angle

    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    L/R Drive, Bipolar, 15° Step Angle

    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    L/R Drive, Unipolar, 7.5° Step Angle

    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    L/R Drive, Unipolar, 15° Step Angle

    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    Chopper Drive, Bipolar, 7.5° Step Angle


    TORQUE vs. PULSE RATE
    Chopper Drive, Bipolar 15° Step Angle

    NOTE:  All chopper drive curves were created with a 5 volt motor and a 40 volt power supply.

    Ramping can increase the performance of a motor either by increasing the top speed or getting a heavier load accelerated up to speed faster.  Also, deceleration can be used to stop the motor without overshoot.

    With L/R drives peak force and speeds are reduced, using a unipolar drive will yield a further 30% force reduction.

    25% Duty Cycle is obtained by a special winding or by running a standard motor at double the rated current.

  • Wiring Diagram and Stepping Sequence +



    wiring diagram
    Stepping Sequence - Can-Stack Stepper Motors

    rotation-lft Bipolar Q2-Q3 Q1-Q4 Q6-Q7 Q5-Q8 rotation-rt
    Unipolar Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
    Step        
    1 ON OFF ON OFF
    2 OFF ON ON OFF
    3 OFF ON OFF ON
    4 ON OFF OFF ON
    1 ON OFF ON OFF
  • Part Number Guide +


    46000 Rotary Stepper Motor PN