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LV Series Miniature Stepper Motors from Parker Hannifin Corporation

ProductsLV Series Miniature Stepper Motors from Parker Hannifin Corporation
Company Parker Hannifin Corporation
Item LV Series Miniature Stepper Motors
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Description The LV Series offers high performance miniature stepper motors available in NEMA 11, 14, 17, 23, and 34 frame sizes. These space-efficient 1.8 2-phase stepper motors are perfect for life science applications, including medical instrumentation, medical devices, drug discovery instrumentation, and other miniature automation systems.
  • Meets a wide range of customer needs with its compact size, low voltage, and high torque density
  • Compatible with Parkers ViX-IM stepper drive controller, as well as with other industry standard drives
  • Customized motor windings and cabling available
Info Parker Hannifin CorporationParker Hannifin Corporation
242 Neck Road
Haverhill, MA 01835
Customer Service: (800) 343-4048
Fax Number: (978) 556-7510
Web Site: http://www.parker.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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