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LMD18245 base Microstep motor driver

Monday, October 14th, 2013

In this video Dilshan Jayakody demonstrates his open hardware project the LMD18245 micro-step stepper motor driver: This article describe the LMD18245 and PIC16F877A base 16 step bipolar stepper motor driver which is design to work with 12V 18º bipolar stepper motors. In this design we use pair of LMD18245 DMOS full bridge motor...

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Bipolar stepper motor driver circuit with LMD18245

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Viktor blogged about his bipolar stepper motor driver based on Texas Instuments' LMD18245 build: After extensive research on the internet I decided to make a bipolar stepper motor driver based on Texas Instuments' LMD18245, which is a 3A, 55V DMOS Full-Bridge Motor Driver. It incorporates all the circuit blocks required to drive...

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