Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Anthrobones
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Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Postby Anthrobones » Sun Apr 07, 2013 12:48 pm

I recently purchased the NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor, and I need the breakout for the wiring. Not depicted on the website, please post.

Tech_Marco
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Re: Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Postby Tech_Marco » Sun Apr 07, 2013 3:37 pm

1 & 4
and
3 & 6

If you connect 1 & 4 together (shorted circuit), you will find some resistance when you twist the axial. If you free no difference (freely move), then 1 & 4 is not in pair, so does 3&6. It is the basic testing method to find out the stepping motor pairing


Marco

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Re: Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Postby Anthrobones » Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:56 pm

So your telling me to hook it up, POWER IT, and feel for resistance? You cannot simply tell me the pin-out for a product you sell?? Are you going to replace it when I blow the motors?


Tech_Marco wrote:1 & 4
and
3 & 6

If you connect 1 & 4 together (shorted circuit), you will find some resistance when you twist the axial. If you free no difference (freely move), then 1 & 4 is not in pair, so does 3&6. It is the basic testing method to find out the stepping motor pairing


Marco

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Re: Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Postby Stephen6309 » Sat Apr 20, 2013 8:02 am

Spinning a stepper motor by hand won't generate much current to damage the motor. You can also use a multimeter to see which pairs are connected.

Tech_Marco
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Re: Wiring diagram needed for NEMA 17 42HS02 Stepper motor

Postby Tech_Marco » Sun Apr 21, 2013 9:55 pm

Anthrobones wrote:So your telling me to hook it up, POWER IT, and feel for resistance? You cannot simply tell me the pin-out for a product you sell?? Are you going to replace it when I blow the motors?


I already told you that it is 1,4 and 3,6 . I just wanted to tell you more how to test a stepping motor without knowing the cable. If you can't do it, no problem just send it back for refund.

Marco


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