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    Motor Identification


    I have a Smithy CNC1240 with stepper motors.

    X, Y, Z motors are identical and marked...

    6.0A / Phase 12 Nm

    A axis motor is marked...

    4.2A / Phase 8.2 Nm

    What I would like to know is what do the values represent?

    Better yet, does anyone recognize the motors as to Brand? That way I could Google the data sheets.

    They all are stepper motors controlled by a Gecko G201 board.



  2. #2

    Re: Motor Identification

    From the information I could not tell the brand.

    6.0A / Phase 12 Nm
    It means the current is 6 ampere.
    And the torque is 12 Newton Meter.

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