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Stall (missed steps)(Stall missed steps)

Stall is a condition in which the stepping motor loses synchronization between the drive pulse and motor rotation due to overload, sudden acceleration, or deceleration. A stall occurs in the abnormal condition where the load torque exceeds the motor’s pull-out torque. *We should briefly explain how the below motor can overcome this problem. (Ex: A motor with angle sensor can use closed-loop control to prevent stalls.)

Click here to find out about a stall-free stepping motors such as servo motors : Resolver (Angle sensor) type R17PM-K | Hybrid stepping motors 

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