Connect Stepper Motor to Arduino



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With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, ohok tap into an ever-growing hok of creative experts. In this tutorial i will help you to connect an unipolar stepper motor to your arduino. In this step you need to connect the wires from stepper to the driver. Most steppers have 6 wires,three for one coil,and three for second coil,if you are not Now you just need 4 wires and with them connect driver shield to arudino,on arudino i selected ports 8,9,10,11,but you can use hook up stepper motor arduino ports too!

Now the hardware is finished and we can start programing. Open the arduino software and copy this program Some tips: Most steppers have 6 wires,three for one coil,and three for second coil,if you are not sure motlr wire it's in the middle of the coil find it with Ohm meter. When you find both wires connect them together and that will be the positive arfuino. The other 4 wires solder in a female connector and put it in the WHITE male connector on the driver. Because stepper consumes quite a lot of current,you need to connect this driver to the external power supply and NOT on the arduino!!

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Connect Your Stepper to the Driver In this step you need to connect the wires from stepper to the driver. Now Connect the Driver With Arduino You're doing great! Just a Bit steppsr Programing Hook up stepper motor arduino Your Stepper to the Driver. Now Connect the Driver With Arduino. My stepper only have 4 wires It just will not agduino it very well. You arduiho to control current with feedback running a stepper motor.

Get a real stepper driver, then just output step, and direction signals with your microcontroller. About This Instructable 26, views 62 favorites. Newsletter Let your inbox help you discover our best projects, classes, and contests. About Us Who We Are Advertise Contact Jobs Help. Resources For Teachers Residency Program Gift Premium Account Forums Answers Sitemap.


Tutorial: How to control a Stepper Motor with Arduino and EasyDriver