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Driving a bi-polar stepper motor with the SN754410NE double H-bridge and a Raspberry Pi

Bi-polar stepping motors use only two coils and are easily recognized because they only have four wires. Most unipolar steppers can be used in bipolar mode by ignoring the two centre taps. Because bi-polar stepping motors produce the rotating magnetic field by reversing the current in both coils, controlling them is much more complicated than …

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28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor Control System Based On Arduino With

ICStation Team introduces to you this stepper motor control system based on the ICStation UNO compatible with Arduino. It uses a ULN2003 chip to drive it. The working voltage is DC5V. It is widely used on ATM machine, inkjet printer, cutting plotter, fax machine, spraying equipment, medical instruments and equipments, PC peripheral, and USB Mass Storage, …

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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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