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Small Stepper Motor

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These small steppers are a great way to get things moving, especially when positioning and repeatability is a concern.

When using a current limiting driver such as the Easydriver or Big Easydriver, a 12 volt power supply can be used as long as you adjust the current level to 400mA or less. If using a non current limited driver (like a L293D or an H-bridge) you will need to lower your input voltage to keep the motor current below 400mA.

This is a Bipolar motor.

**Features:**

* Stride Angle (degrees) : 7.5
* 2-Phase
* Rated Voltage : 12V
* Rated Current : 400mA
* 3mm Diameter Drive Shaft
* 4-Wire Cable Attached
* In-traction Torque : 100 g/cm

**Documents:**

* [Datasheet](http://cdn.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Robotics/ST-PM35-15-11C.pdf)
* [Quickstart Guide](https://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/400)

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