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Pololu Dual MC33926 Motor Driver for Raspberry Pi (Partial Kit)

This add-on board enables a Raspberry Pi B+, A+, or Pi 2 to drive a pair of brushed DC motors. Its dual MC33926 motor drivers operate from 5 V to 28 V and can deliver a continuous 3 A (5 A peak) per motor. The default pin mappings make it easy to get started using our provided software, but …

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Driving a Unipolar Stepper Motor with a ppDAQC Pi Plate

Stepper motors are versatile devices that allow precise and repeatable angular control. They are used in disk drives, translation tables, and 3D printers to name just a few applications. They typically come with two different wiring arrangements. The most common arrangement is four wires that are connected to two coils. This is called a bipolar …

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Controlling a stepper motor with the Raspberry Pi and Piface

Updated April 2015 I have made this because I have found no projects using the PiFace. Forum topic at www.raspberrypi.org: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=54314&p=413902 Here is a simple project that only needs a Raspberry Pi, PiFace, Python, jumper wires, and a stepper motor – that’s it! Step 1: Schematic Step 2: Connect the PiFace to the Raspberry Pi …

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