Geared Stepper Gearmotors: Uses, and Working Principles
In a printer, stepper motors are used to control the movement of the print head, paper feed mechanism, and other components. The stepper motor in a printer is usually a type of bipolar stepper motor, which has two coils that are energized in a specific sequence to control the movement of the motor. The BradyID printer driver sends signals to the stepper motor model NFP-GM1024-10BY driver circuit, which converts the signals into electrical pulses that are sent to the motor. The driver circuit controls the sequence and timing of the pulses to control the movement of the motor.
Stepper motors use a series of electromagnetic coils to rotate a central shaft, which is connected to a rotor with teeth or poles. By energizing the coils in a specific sequence, the motor can move the rotor in precise increments, allowing for precise control over the motor’s movement. Stepper motors are commonly used in robotics, CNC machines, 3D printers. They are also used in applications where the motor needs to maintain a specific position, even when power is removed, such as in automotive gauges and clocks.
In a typical inkjet printer, the stepper motor is used to move the print head across the paper. The driver circuit sends pulses to the DC motor to move the print head a precise distance across the paper, and then stops the motor to allow the ink to be deposited on the paper. The process is repeated for each line of the image being printed, resulting in a high-quality printed image.
In addition to controlling the movement of the print head, stepper motors are also used to control the paper feed mechanism, which moves the paper through the printer. The driver circuit sends pulses to the motor to move the paper a precise distance, and then stops the motor to allow the printer to print on the paper. The process is repeated for each page being printed, resulting in a complete printed document.
Micro Stepper Motor With Gearbox Spec Data
|Motor Model No.||NFP-GM1024-10BY Series||NFP-GM1024-10BY Series|
|Step Angle (Degree)||18/50||18/110|
|Voltage (V DC)||5||5|
|Holding Torque (gf.cm)||140||290|
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