Hybrid Stepper Motors provide microstep operation.

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Available in NEMA 17, 23, and 34 frame sizes, MAE® HS Series provides step resolutions of 1.8° in full-step mode. Motor lengths range from 1.614-5.591 in. and holding torques from 71-1,416 oz-in. can be achieved, depending on model. All models incorporate precision-honed stators and ground rotors, as well as high-temperature grade neodymium iron-bore magnets and single- or double-ended shaft extensions. Motor rotation can run clockwise or counterclockwise.



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MAE 'HS Series' Hybrid Stepper Motors Optimized for Microstep Operation



MAE® brand "HS Series" hybrid stepper motors provide high-performance solutions optimized for microstep operation. Their superior torque characteristics and low ratios of detent torque to holding torque contribute fine positioning capability and promote smooth and quiet performance. Rugged construction imparts higher reliability and longer service life.

MAE "HS Series" hybrid stepper motors are offered in three standard NEMA frame sizes (17, 23, and 34) with step resolutions of 1.8º (200 steps per rev) in full-step mode. Motor lengths range from 1.614" to 5.591" and holding torques (bipolar) from 71 oz-in to 1416 oz-in can be achieved, depending on model.

All incorporate precision-honed stators and ground rotors for tight air gap and improved performance; high-temperature grade neodymium iron-bore magnets; and single- or double-ended shaft extensions. Motor rotation can run clockwise or counterclockwise. The number of standard leads is 4, 6, or 8, depending on model.
Additional windings and customization options are available, including gearboxes (planetary, spur, worm, or right angle) with standard or low backlash, encoders, brakes, and special shaft, endbelt, and cabling.

These CE-approved motors are manufactured according to EN 60034-1:1995-02 specifications.

AMETEK Technical & Industrial Products is a unit of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of more than $2.1 billion.

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