The stepping motor esp. for an electric clock, has a stator (1) with an arm (2) on which the excitation coil assembly (3) fits. The coil assembly comprises a coil (5) and a coil former (4). The stator is divided into two parts: the first break (26) being across the arm inside the coil assembly and the second break (27) being near a corner outside the coil assembly. Both breaks are at an angle. The stator can therefore be easily assembled and held together by a socket (14) enclosing the second break. Retaining devices (15,16,19) prevent the stator rotating and moving axially. The socket has a locking spring (30) acting in a direction that holds the two stator parts together.
<P>MOTEUR PAS A PAS POUR HORLOGE ELECTRIQUE.</P><P>IL COMPORTE UN STATOR EN UNE SEULE PIECE DANS LEQUEL LA BOBINE PEUT ETRE MONTEE FACILEMENT. LA CULASSE 2 EST EN DEUX PARTIES. ELLE COMPORTE UNE BRANCHE 21 PLACEE SUR LE STATOR COMME PREMIERE PARTIE ET, COMME DEUXIEME PARTIE, UN SUPPORT DE BOBINE A BRAS DE SUPPORT 24. LA BOBINE DEPASSE DU BRAS DE SUPPORT LONGITUDINALEMENT ET PEUT ETRE PLACEE SUR LA BRANCHE DE CULASSE PAR SA PARTIE QUI DEPASSE. CETTE OPERATION FERME LE CIRCUIT MAGNETIQUE PAR LE SUPPORT.</P><P>APPLICATIONS: NOTAMMENT AUX HORLOGES ELECTRIQUES.</P>