Arduino stepper motor driver tutorial

Posted on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 in Arduino, Logic Shrimp by DP


Here’s a tutorial from :  Arduino stepper motor driver with the Logic Shrimp logic analyzer

This tutorial shows how to explore an inexpensive stepper motor and driver board using an Arduino and included stepper library.
The stepper motor and driver board can be purchased on eBay at very low cost, and is an ideal educational project for the budding Arduino practitioner.

Get a Logic Shrimp from Seeed for $35.

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One Response to “Arduino stepper motor driver tutorial”

  1. Darren says:

    I just ordered the same parts a week ago now I know where to find a tutorial. It’s hard to believe the stepper motor with the ULN2003 included was only $3 including shipping on Ebay.

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