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Send them to support ccsinfo. Stepper motor from printer and drive it. Sun Mar 27, 5: Maybe someone can help me Code: Sun Mar 27, 2: Maybe someone can help me Though what you show should drive the pins, it implies there will be a slight time difference between the pins, and can lead to unexpected drives as you transition from one phase to the next. For example, when you step from phase 4 to phase 3 with the code as shown, you will generate the pattern: Realistically, it will be more compact, and easier to just drive the entire portC for each phase.
So you can just use a simple array, containing the required bit patterns, and just output these In your main code, you need something like: Mon Mar 28, Thanks a lot, Ttelmah!!!!!!!!
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Datasheef something easy device, than LB? Tue Mar 29, 1: Please help I found at piclist. Can I change bipolar transistor TIP to mosfet irf If I change it, maybe I can delete all of bc and r7-r10 1. And drive mosfet from PIC without anything. Wed Mar 30, 2: Just controlling the voltage like this, will work to some extent, but only at very low step rates. The problem is that if you limit the voltage drive, and then try to step through these phases at any faster rate, you risk skipping a step.
The normal way is to adjust the phase current, rather than the voltage, so that as the step rate increases, the voltage is still applied at full level, but for a shorter time. Also motors are generally not linear when microstepped, so either a more expensive motor needs to be used, or the controller has to adjust for the non linearity. Now the circuit given, looks slightly dangerous!.
The lack of diodes to clamp the flyback, is a fairly sure way of killing transistors.
In the example given, the author, is probably just relying on overrating the transistors massively, and datasheet the switching speeds. Changing to FETs, would alter the drives enough, that the problem may well re-appear.
The circuit is designed to allow some microstepping control, and if datashet want to use it, run it ‘as is’. Seriously, there are thousands of simple stepper driver circuits on the web, and hundreds of IC’s, that do the job, and ‘re-inventing the wheel’, is complex, and likely to give problems. At one end of the market, a small motor, can be driven without current control, by almost any of the simple IC’s like the ULN, and at low speeds run fine.
If you want to microstep, go to the Allegro site, and look at their products. Display posts from previous: All times are GMT – 6 Hours.