Nema 17 Stepper Motor Bipolar 2A 59Ncm(84oz.in) 48mm Body 4-lead W/ 1m Cable for 3D Printer/CNC

This is high torque Nema 17 stepper motor with 1.8° step angle (200 steps/revolution). Each phase draws 2A, allowing for a holding torque of 59Ncm(83.6oz.in). It’s good ideal for 3D printers, as well as CNC and robotics applications. The motors are supplied with a 1 metre long power cable with a 4-pin 0.1″ pitch (2.54mm) Harwin female connector already fitted.

Electrical Specification:

* Manufacturer Part Number: 17HS19-2004S
* Motor Type: Bipolar Stepper
* Step Angle: 1.8 deg.
* Holding Torque: 59Ncm(83.6oz.in)
* Rated Current/phase: 2.0A
* Phase Resistance: 1.4ohms
* Inductance: 3.0mH+/-20%(1KHz)

Physical Specification:

* Frame Size: 42 x 42mm
* Body Length: 47mm
* Shaft Diameter: 5mm
* Shaft Length: 19.5mm
* D-cut Length: 19.5mm
* Number of Leads: 4
* Lead Length: 225mm
* Weight: 390g

Connection:

Black(A+), Green(A-), Red(B+), Blue(B-)

Warning:

Make sure the motor connect to a constant current or chopper drive controller before you test motor.
Connecting the motor directly to a power supply will destroy the motor.

Product Features

  • 3D printer motor with high torque
  • 59Ncm(83.6oz.in) holding torque
  • NEMA 17 bipolar 1.65″x1.65″x1.85″ 4-wire
  • Build with 1m Cable and 0.1″ pitch Connector
  • Rated current 2.0A & resistance 1.4ohms

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3 thoughts on “Nema 17 Stepper Motor Bipolar 2A 59Ncm(84oz.in) 48mm Body 4-lead W/ 1m Cable for 3D Printer/CNC”

  1. Best Stepper motor for any 3d printer need! If you have any intentions of building a decent 3d printer than this should be your first purchase. This is the goto motor for my 3d printer project, I have looked around on dozens of web sites and forums. Finding out what the recommended requirements are and everyone seems to point back to this motor. It has enough power and precision to keep allow for greatest precision and overal quality of your 3d printed object. I have ran a few tests so far and these motors are very powerful and…

  2. Careful who you buy from, the product may vary in quality I’ve not tested yet, but be carful who you purchase from. I purchased two from different distributers. One, AMX3d Print Supply, excellent condition out of the box. Full documentation and sticker on motor denoting the exact model. In addition, the wires are also set up to plug right into my board.The other, YTCOM. No documentation was included. No sticker on motor. There appears to be significant resistant (much greater than the other 4 stepper motors I’ve purchased) when attempting…

  3. Strong NEMA 17s. I put together a very kludged up CNC using 3 of these. They have lots of torque. Of course, I’m using 18TPI threaded rods as the drive, so that trades off speed for power. In any case, these are working great in my setup (arduino UNO clone running GRBL, with a CNC shield, populated with DRV8825 stepper drivers). The 4 pin connector on the motor plugs directly into the CNC shield, so that was a plus, not having to cobble up connectors. The leads are fairly long as well, didn’t…

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