Posts Tagged ‘stepper motor driver’

App note: Thermal design calculations for integrated stepper motor driver solutions

Sunday, November 26th, 2017

Another technical note from STMicroelectronics on fine tuning motor drivers for optimal thermal design. Link here (PDF) One constant trend in the automotive world is the tendency to reduce the size of electronic components and the ECUs (Electronic Control Unit). While this development has many benefits for the car manufacturer...

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Drive a stepper motor with acceleration and deceleration using an Allegro driver on ATmega8

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Davide Gironi writes: This library drive a stepper motor using the Allegro A3967 (EasyDriver) on ATmega8. It will also work on the Allegro a4988, and other type of motor driver controlled by the number of pulse received. It features: direction changing speed changing acceleration and deceleration multiple motor driving stop...

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Arduino stepper motor driver tutorial

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

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...

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CNC stepper controller

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

Bearmos designed a 3-axies CNC stepper motor controller. It has a ATX connector, allowing it to be powered from a computer power supply. The motors are driven via onboad driver chips, while commands are received from the computer Via the parallel port. This board is mainly designed to be inexpensive,...

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