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Nippon Pulse stepper motors are two-coil permanent magnet motors and are classified by the following types PF/PFC Series tin-can stepper PFL Series Linearstep PR Series hybrid PTM/PTMC Series synchronous The PF/PFC series stepping motors have a permanent magnet in the rotor core and have been high precision, high quality devices since their development in 1967. These low cost motors can produce high torque. The PFL (LINEARSTEP ) is designed to provide a simple linear system at a fraction of the cost of a conventional rotary linear system. The PR series are high torque motors with superior response characteristics. Available in sizes from 20mm (NEMA SIZE 8) to 57mm (NEMA SIZE 23) with step angles of 0.9 or 1.8 degrees. The PTM/PTMC series synchronous motors are timing motors that produce steady rotation from an AC power source. Capacitor With reversible synchronous motors, that can rotate both clockwise and counterclockwise, the rotor is moved by shifting the phase by 90 . Thus, a synchronous motor requires a capacitor. The capacity depends on motor model, rated voltage, and supply frequency. The capacitor should also withstand a voltage of greater than two times the rated voltage of the motor. Continuous Rating Specifications are continuously applicable to the rated output. Dielectric Strength The maximum voltage between the case and the coils that can be sustained for one minute without damaging the motor. 500Vac for one minute with operating voltage <30V 1000Vac for one minute with operating voltage 30150V 1500Vac for one minute with operating voltage >150V Intermittent Rating Specifications are applicable for a specific time length to the rated output. Motor Speed Number of revolutions per minute, which is determined by the number of rotor poles and supply frequency. Operating Temperature Range Ambient temperature range in which the motor can normally be driven. Operating Voltage Range The voltage range in which the motor can normally be driven. Rotating Direction Viewed from the output shaft, clockwise rotation is labeled CW, counterclockwise rotation CCW. Rated Current Current at which the motor is rated for constant current drives (PWM, chopper). Rated Voltage Voltage at which the motor is rated for constant voltage drives. PF35 Temperature Rise The temperature o...

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