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POWERMAX II® M and P series

POWERMAX II® motors are the most powerful steppers available, providing the highest torque per motor size and speed range These NEMA 23 (60 mm) motors are available in half-, single-, and two-stack configurations with holding torques from 42 to 253 oz-in. The M Series includes SIGMAX® technology for higher torque and acceleration. We can provide co-engineered modifications to meet your exact needs.

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POWERMAX II® M and P series

Features

  • P2 models: NEMA 23 (60 mm) motors available in 3 stack lengths with torque ratings from 0.30 to 1.51 N-m (42 to 214 oz-in) nominal holding torque
  • M2 models: NEMA 23 (60 mm) motors available in 2 stack lengths with torque ratings from 0.67 to 1.79 N-m (95 to 253 oz-in) nominal holding torque.
  • Available with affordable co-engineered modifications to suit your application needs, time frame and budget
  • Speeds up to 3,000 rpm meet the velocity demands of most high-torque applications
  • Polymer encapsulated stator for exceptional thermal dissipation
  • Polymer end bell with threaded inserts runs cooler and provides greater flexibility for mounting encoder and brake options
  • Largest available shaft diameter on a NEMA 23 stepper withstands high radial and axial loads, numerous shaft modifications
  • Oversized 30 mm bearings increase bearing and motor life
  • Optional SIGMAX® technology increases torque and acceleration rates
  • Optional low inertia rotor produces the highest possible acceleration rate
  • Precision ground rotor OD and honed stator ID provides a concentric air gap for high performance in an economical motor design
  • Exposed laminations improve thermal dissipation for longer motor life
  • High quality, dependable operation backed by a two year warranty
  • UL recognized

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Documentation
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pdfPOWERPAC Installation bulletin en-EN RevA English 27 Apr 2012 512.99 KB Copy URL
Certifications
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pdfKollmorgen CE Technical Notice - Servo and Stepper Motors Efficiency English 26 Aug 2020 389.92 KB Copy URL
pdfKollmorgen EU Declaration of Conformity POWERMAX M-P English 19 Apr 2016 252.13 KB Copy URL
Datasheet
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pdfNema P2 Stepper System TB English 167.61 KB Copy URL
Catalog
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Kollmorgen Automation and Motion Control English 06 Nov 2019 15.76 MB Copy URL
Kollmorgen Optimized Solutions and Special Duty Motors English 01 Jan 2018 1.26 MB Copy URL
Stepper and Synchronous Motors Catalog EN Rev C English 19 Feb 2014 7.96 MB Copy URL
Brochure
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Kollmorgen Motion Components Brochure EN RevB English 14 Oct 2011 1.81 MB Copy URL

These 3D models are intended to guide your design activities and may be used as reference information. Be sure to consult a Kollmorgen expert to ensure you have the most current and accurate information for critical aspects of design work

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2D/3D Models for POWERMAX II M and P English 20 Aug 2018 Copy URL
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