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NEMA 24 Stepping Motor (425 oz-in 1/4" dual shaft)

Moderately sized stepping motor NEMA 24. This is actually a NEMA 24 and not a NEMA 23 which has a very similar frame size. This stepping motor has the highest torque that we could find in the NEMA 23 and 24 size range. Wiring: Red and Blue to A+, Yellow and Black to A-, White and Brown to B+ and Orange and Green to B-. Datasheet for wiring and electrical specifications Note: Datasheet contains a discrepancy: the diameter of the shaft is 1/4" or 6.35mm


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