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The comparison between stepping motors and other motors

* Stall: The synchronization between the motor and the pulse signal is lost and the motor stops turning, possibly due to a sudden change in speed or current overload.

Chapter 2 Features and Classifications of Stepping Motors

Open-Loop Control
Classification by Output Power
Classification by Power Supply
Unipolar Type and Bipolar Type
Classification by Stator
Classification by Rotor Types
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