Stepper motor

I have a small size sanyo denki 103 series stepper motor. I wanted to use it using L298 driver. What will be the connections  

Question by UsmanR1 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Stepper Motors..

I recently pulled two stepper motors out of a working IBM dot-matrix printer. One larger, 3v one with 1.8 steps. The other is a smaller, 9.5v one with 7.8 steps. I am more interested in the large one right now. I managed to find out that the large one has center-tapped coils. I also found out that Coil 1 is red-white-brown, coil 2 is blue-black-yellow. I found the schematic below on was wondering how this could be adapted to control my motor from a PC program with the ULN2003 (that chip sounds like UT2003)? Here are the complete residences of what I found on the wires with a multimeter, in case that helps. Resistances:Red to Brown: 8 ohms (or 7 some times)Red to White: 4 ohmsWhite to Brown: 4Blue to Yellow: 7Yellow to Black: 4Black to Blue: 4

Topic by l0cke 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

stepper motor

Wondering if any one knows how to control stepper motors via Hand wheels. By rotating the wheel you should be able to control the rotation of the wheel either clock wise or ccw. I do not want to interface the motor through a computer.

Topic by rajivraj 10 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

What Stepper Motor Is This, IF it is a stepper??????????

Hi I am a starting level, I mean mail room like even, electronics enthusist, and have been working on a project to make a wifi transmitted dc motor video camrea, with pan/tilt, zoom focus, IR All controled and veiwed through a wifi network and on a pc. I have almost all the parts and set up is going great with the addition of a Lens I salvaged from an 1984 video camrea, ya know the ones you had to hook up to your vcr just to get it to work. Well It was a simple two motor set up with a high quitly lens. As I yanked the lens configuration, ever so gently, the horrer poured forth from my face as I realized that even though one of the motors had 2 wires from it, the secound had 4. I have no ideal about motor orvoltage identification. I am so worryed about hooking up any old power sorce and hoping for the best. I really wanna use this lens but don't wanna fry the motors. COuld any one help me out?? I have included a PDF. of the circuit lay out of the camrea itself my GF was so gifted to find and a couple of pictures of the actual motors and wire set up. If any one could tell me what I am working with and what voltage input I need it would be duely welcomed. And if possable would anyone be able to tell me for the smaller 2 led motor as well?? It's got 2334H printed on it and is from the Nihon Mini Motor INC. Thank you......

Topic by pumpkinhead 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

DC motors & stepper motors

I have 13 stepper motors and 10 dc motors for sell. I just have way too many laying around. I would like to sell them all for 40 dollars shipped using paypal. I'm hopping to sell them to help fund my CNC project. I also might be adding more motor as I find them.

Topic by r1dd1ck913 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Stepper Motor as a 'normal' motor

Hi, I recntly took apart a hard drive and there is a 7200 rpm motor inside. Only problem is that it is a stepper motor and I don't have any equipment to drive stepper motors and buying stuff to do is err... cost prohobititve.  Would connecting a negitive wire to 2 of the terminals and positive(in sort of a crisscross pattern e.g. -+-+) to the other make it run like a regular motor? I just don't want to invest time  to solder it only to have it not work.

Topic by ChickBang 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Arduino + Stepper

Hi! I have an Arduino nano and a Minebea PM55L stepper motor and I have to connect these two together. I read the Arduino tutorials, and got a ULN2003 chip. The thing I am unsure of is the power supply and which wires of the motor do what or should be connected to what. There's 6 of them and I really don't want to fry anything if at all possible. Could somebody help out, please?

Topic by TashaDax 8 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

Stepper motor help? Answered

Someone tell me how to only for 90 degree both sides

Question by basim.moulana 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

controll a stepper motor

Can you controll a stepper motor with push switches no circuit? i need a 12v motor with pllanty of speed  torque for a diy cnc but i want to controll it manualy with a joystick made with push switched can i just apply power to a stepper motor like a hobby 12v dc motor and run it without a circuit?

Question by skullkeeper80 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

alternative stepper motors?

I recently tore into a couple printer-scanners looking for stepper motors. Unfortunately all I found were some DC motors that seem to be tied into some sort of sensor that acts like a step counter. Does anyone know what they are called and how to use them in place of stepper motors for a CNC machine? As a side note, I have a very limited understanding of IC function, think of me as having lived a purely analog lifestyle.

Topic by 50ul84n3 9 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

stepper motor help

Hi, i need help in building a cnc machine. not the hardeware just the circuit. i already saw this and the circuit that it included but i coulden't understand the circuit. there is this circuit which i have already built but need help connecting it to my parallel port on my computer. i would really appreciate it.

Topic by dark_inuyasha 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

disc stepper motor

Ok im new to the tech world but i have a an idea haven to do with a stepper motor that is in disc form and capable of being programmed but i dont know what parts i would need and how to go about it any insight or possibly a parts list to do it? please and thank you

Topic by mobilesuit990 6 years ago

Android Stepper Motor?

So I am working on controlong shades in my house with my android phone and my arduino over bluetooth. i was thinking on using a steper motor to act as a gear to open and close the blinds. could anyone help me with any toturials or a link to any documentation involving bluetooth stepper control? Plese help.

Question by broskiz 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Astrosyn Stepper Motors

I have 2 Astrosyn Stepper Motors that I bought and ended up not using. I was going to build a small cnc machine first but decided to go bigger with the first on I built. So i bought bigger steppers for my application. I bought them for 20 bucks each and now I am selling them for 20 bucks plus shipping for both. I would like to use paypal for any transactions. Thanks for looking.

Topic by r1dd1ck913 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Stepper Motor Music!

Some guy used steppers to play tones and music using an arduino :DSource And a few others

Topic by ReCreate 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Precision Stepper motor????

Is there a precision stepper motor and programming hardware that i could program to go to a certain 1/50 of a turn. I would use it for a locker lock unlocker, 3 digit combo lock. What are my best options for cheap?? Thank you

Question by theboygenius 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Stepper motor driver?

Hi! I am trying to find a good h-bridge for a 3 volt stepper motor. Basically my plan is to build a stepper motor controller with an arduino for controlling various functions in a model kit. I have the arduino-kit and the motors. But I need a good reference for a h-bridge, but all i can find are chips rated for much larger drive currents. Also exactly how hot does a hbridge get when under load? I would like to integrate the bridges into the kit, but since it is plastic, I would like to know in advance how hot it gets, and if it gets too hot I'll have to look at another solution.Any help appreciated! PS. If you can please put the hbridge part ID in your answer for easy reference. DS.

Question by feldreich 3 months ago  |  last reply 3 months ago

Stepper motors for sale

I have a few large stepper motors I pulled out of a liquid sinilation counter. I'm not exactly sure what thier value is, similair motors are priced around 50-60$ new, so offers are welcome. They operate ~6v and have 0.90 degree steps, I believe they are bipolar. I can upload pics if needed.

Topic by martzsam 6 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Stepper motor controllers

Does anyone know where I can buy some bipolar stepper motor controllers and an H-bridge in one package? Or even better, schematics/pcb layout of a driver board?UPDATE:Does anybody have any experience with the Easy Driver? It seems like a cheap alternatives to some of the other available controllers, but I just want to know if you get what you pay for.

Topic by ongissim 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

stepper motor question

Ok, i am trying to make a chain clock, its just a clock with a gear instead of a minute hand that turns a chain with 12 numbers on it. my problem  is; the chain i am using is too heavy for a conventional quarts movement. i would like to use a stepper motor but all the drive circuits i find need an arduino. are there any simple circuits i can make, to use a stepper motor for a clock? i do have some circuitry skills so i can work around some stuff. thanks for the help :)

Topic by golddigger1559 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

CNC stepper motor Answered

Hello, I would like to use my 3 printer scanners I recently salvaged for a CNC. Would you expect the motors to be able to cut aluminum with a multi-speed dremel? If there is enough torque, it would be sufficient to make a 3d printer right?

Question by jbaker22 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Stepper Motor Library

Hi! Sorry, I was unable to put library below. So simple and yet so not so simple. How do I get the library in the folder so the program compiles/? Thanks 56Frank library for 28BYJ48 Stepper motor and ULN2003 driver. Here is the source code for our 28BYJ48 stepper motor, ULN2003 driver library, as well as an implementation. Check out the diagram for the wiring. The header file: __________________________________________________________________ #ifndef Stepper_h #define Stepper_h class StepperMotor { public:     StepperMotor(int In1, int In2, int In3, int In4);    // Constructor that will set the inputs     void setStepDuration(int duration);    // Function used to set the step duration in ms     void step(int noOfSteps);    //    for(int sequenceNum = 0;  sequenceNum <= noOfSteps/8; sequenceNum++){         for(int position = 0; ( position < 8 ) && ( position < ( noOfSteps - sequenceNum*8 )); position++){             delay(duration);             for(int inputCount = 0; inputCount < 4; inputCount++){                 digitalWrite(this->inputPins[inputCount], sequence[(int)(3.5 - (3.5*factor) + (factor*position))][inputCount]);             } Arduino         }     } } _______________________________________________________________________ An implementation: _______________________________________________________________________ #include StepperMotor motor(8,9,10,11); void setup(){   Serial.begin(9600);   motor.setStepDuration(1); } void loop(){   motor.step(1000);   delay(2000);   motor.step(-1000);   delay(2000); } Step a certain number of steps. + for one way and - for the other     int duration;    // Step duration in ms     int inputPins[4];    // The input pin numbers }; #endif ___________________________________________________________________ The cpp file: ___________________________________________________________________ #include #include StepperMotor::StepperMotor(int In1, int In2, int In3, int In4){     // Record pin numbers in the inputPins array     this->inputPins[0] = In1;     this->inputPins[1] = In2;     this->inputPins[2] = In3;     this->inputPins[3] = In4;     // Iterate through the inputPins array, setting each one to output mode     for(int inputCount = 0; inputCount < 4; inputCount++){         pinMode(this->inputPins[inputCount], OUTPUT);     }     duration = 50; } void StepperMotor::setStepDuration(int duration){     this->duration = duration; } void StepperMotor::step(int noOfSteps){     /*         The following 2D array represents the sequence that must be         used to acheive rotation. The rows correspond to each step, and         the columns correspond to each input. L     */     bool sequence[][4] = {{LOW, LOW, LOW, HIGH },                           {LOW, LOW, HIGH, HIGH},                           {LOW, LOW, HIGH, LOW },                           {LOW, HIGH, HIGH, LOW},                           {LOW, HIGH, LOW, LOW },                           {HIGH, HIGH, LOW, LOW},                           {HIGH, LOW, LOW, LOW },                           {HIGH, LOW, LOW, HIGH}};                           int factor = abs(noOfSteps) / noOfSteps;    // If noOfSteps is +, factor = 1. If noOfSteps is -, factor = -1     noOfSteps = abs(noOfSteps);    // If noOfSteps was in fact negative, make positive for future operations     /*         The following algorithm runs through the sequence the specified number         of times     */

Topic by 56Frank 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

Normal motors working as a stepper motor?

Hey folks, I have an arduino(Also l293d motor control) and I was wondering if I could use my normal motor just like a stepper motor by creating a funtion and using "delay" as a mode to control the rpm of the motor

Question by cthaliyath 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Can i use Stepper motor Stepper Motor 42BYGH4417 in uln2003 ???

Can i use Stepper motor Stepper Motor 42BYGH4417 in uln2003 ??? Please answer, i need help :(  sorry im newbie 

Question by dannisa 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Uni-polor Stepper Motors

OK so now I have some Unipolor stepper motors for sell. 20 bucks plus shipping takes all 3. Thanks for looking.

Topic by r1dd1ck913 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Universal stepper motor controller

I wanted to create a universal stepper driver that is capable of driving a stepper of 250w rating at 20A current and a load voltage of 12V . Does anybody have an idea of how to go about it ? . Please do guide me if you have any ideas .  Also this drive should be capable of being used for bipolar as well as universal stepper motors.

Topic by arjunv8 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Printer Stepper Motor Driver

I recently "Recycled" (parted out/junked) some Hewlett Packard 600 and 800 series printers. It occurred to me that everything I would try to build (electronic and software drivers) already exists in the printers. The motion of the stepper could easily be controlled by sending print commands to the "printer:. The only "problem" I can think of is satisfying all of the fault sensors, eg. out of paper etc. Has anyone worked on this. Recumbent Bike Builders Rule!! Carpe Ductum

Topic by naic98 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Stepper motor, driver, microcontroller

I am looking for someone to help me with with a stepper motor. (ofcourse you get paid) I would like to have a small stepper motor something like this(the main thing is that it isnt bigger then WxHxD 50mmX60mmx15mm) . I would like a driver and a microcontroller to this almost in the same size, would love to have this thiner thou. I would like to have this programmed, like the stepper to do 1 revolution in 180 minutes (1 full rotation in 3 hours) if it possible to get it running on batteries it be great! Folow the link to a image i made to se how i like it to be. Is this possible? And is it someone who got the knowledge to do this? Awaiting your answere! Best regards Jacob

Topic by soderhjelm 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

stepper motor function as generator?

I want to make a stepper motor function as generator. Is it possible to do it if I don't want to hack the motor system? This is because, I cant change the principle of the motor itself. 

Question by SharifahA1 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

Stepper motors for Prusa mendel? Answered

I have these bipolar round stepper motors that i salvaged from old printers . Can I use this stepper motor in the prusa mendel? and will they work fine?  also can i use stepper motors which are like this one.. meaning the round small ones or do i need to use the nema 17 ones?

Question by SowmenD 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Variable Speed Stepper Motor

Hello Everyone, I am looking for some help to make a controller to drive a stepper motor using a potensiometer. I want to be able to vary the speed from 0 to 100rpms or however fast the stepper motor will go.   I have a bi polar stepper motor that I am using.  If anyone could help with this it would be great!  Thanks

Topic by TWMCNANEY 6 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

how to control stepper motors?

With pic if possible

Question by alfcreatevi 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Stepper motor light test? Answered

Hi. I wanted to know that do all bipolar steppers give result to light test? I found many steppers that seem fine but do not give result to the led test. I am confused weather they work or not.

Question by SowmenD 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Bipolar Stepper motor drivers...

Can someone please give me a schematic for controlling a BIPOLAR stepper motor (12V/2.5A) using L293D and L298 with parallel port (LPT) with Mach3

Question by mnaveed 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Stepper Motor Controller Problem

I recently set up an Arduino Uno, stepper controller, stepper motor, and power supply. Connected the motor to a shaft on a device I`m making and was able to turn the shaft as I wanted.The controller was a TB6600 that I borrowed from a friend. Received 3 new controllers from Ebay and swapped the new one for the borrowed one. Tried all 3 controllers and none worked. Any ideas on what`s wrong or should I just return them and buy 3 more from someone else?

Topic by JimZ19 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

Stepper motor missing steps?

Hi, I'm running a CNC machine using Mach3. After running some GCode, a stepper motor appears to have missed some steps. The Z-axis has shifted (a reference point has changed coordinates.) No apparent visible changes, so I assume the stepper has skipped. What can I do?

Question by jg156 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

stepper motor calibration issue?

Hi, I am building a CNC using Mach3 to control it. the steppers were running fine, but then i tried to calibrate one axis. After calibration the motor no longer hauls, and instead issues a beeping sound for the duration of the run. Does anyone know what happened? Any fixes?

Question by jg156 5 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Stepper Motor and an L298 Module? Answered

Hello, I bought those items: L298 Module Kit, PIC16F877A + KIT, a stepper motor my friend found in an old printer (with four wires (2 coils)), and the pic programmer. I am lost trying to find out how to wire this thing. Can someone tell me how to connect the L298 Module with the Pic kit and the basics of how to program it (not code just the concept). I already connected the stepper motor to the coil pins of the module. Thanks

Question by Seifpic 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Program a stepper motor (arduino)

Hello,For a future project I will use some stepper motors but I don't really know how to program them (in C++ arduino) in order to make something like that :one pulse cwdelay(x)one pulse cwdelay(x)...what I don't know is how to code the "one pulse",the goal is to make 4107 pulses in 24hI hope I was clear :) I don't know if it's important but it's a 28BYJ-48thanks !

Question by SimonRob 1 year ago

How to monitor the current of the motor (stepper motor)?

Or is there any current sensing device or module available in the market? I want to monitor the the current [ from +ve terminal of the power supply to motor ] and the current [from motor to -ve terminal of the power supply]  please suggest me any method to follow or is there any circuit module or device is in the market. so that I can buy and use them into my project to achieve this goal.  Thanks.

Question by FarhanM6 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

3 Bipolar Steppers

 I am selling three stepper motors that I was wrongly shipped by a vendor. For specs, PM Me. 10.00 Each

Topic by 16zzundel5 9 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Motors, time and boredom

I have been collecting motors for a while now, and have no idea what to do with them. They range from 5-12VDC, brushed, brushless, stepper, etc. Any potential ideas for projects would be appreciated.  Thanks!

Topic by dansassin 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Help with Canon Pixma Stepper

Hey all- Looking for some help with this little motor I pulled from a scrap Canon Pixma.  I want to use it to drive a very basic tumbler for 3d printed parts. I'm using it and the geared shaft to drive the drum.  Can I run this directly from a wall-wart, and if so, can you tell me what flavor to look for?  I'd like to just solder barrel connectors on and run with it. Thanks, Jeff

Topic by jeffw75 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Stepper motor voltage too low? Answered

I'm getting started with Stepper motors and I got one on ebay, it's MINEBEA NEMA23 2.5V/1.8 AMPS 1.8DEG/STEP (model# 23LM-C045-01H). I'm a bit confused by it's low voltage. Am I reading it correctly, it's 2.5Volts?  Stepper driver that I have requires at least 8 Volts (it's Arduino with rugged motor driver shield), so is it safe to drive with motor with voltage of 9 or 12 volts?  How would one drive such motor at 2.5VDC?

Question by bratan 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

5v stepper motor ? How to make it work ?

Hi I recently bought a 5v stepper motor ? what should i do to make it work .I want to fix it to my camera to move it in right and left directions ? how do i start to do this ?

Question by vasan406 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

How to control KH56JM2 stepper motor using Arduino?

Dear all, could you please help me? I want to control this stepper motor from Japan Servo CO. Model KH56JM2.  I don't have the wires for this motor. The datasheet of this motor in page 16 of this file

Question by Neuo13 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

Can anyone help with getting a stepper motor up and running?

I am looking to use a stepper motor for a project I am about to start. I have never used a stepper motor before but it looks the best solution for the job. I have a small stepper motor (Unipolar 18 deg stepper motor,12V 0.4W 170Ω) and a controller (Linear stepper motor controller,350mA). I want to hook the motor up to two momentary switches where the press of one switch turns the motor one turn in one direction and the other switch turns the motor one turn opposite.  Do I need to get a drive board? Do I have to link through a controller?  Any help at all will be most appreciative.

Question by cgalmrott 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

which 4 wires to use among my 6 wire stepper motor?

Which 4 wire to use among my 6 wire stepper motor ? i tried to measure the resistance but got all confused ! 

Question by Cieloroy 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

how to find the amount of steps for a stepper motor to make one complete revolution?

My stepper motor is a unipolar 12volts .66 ohms from center tap ,(not taking in to consideration the resistance of the digital ohm meter I used). I am trying to find the amount of steps per revolution. I do not have any more data on the above mention motor.

Question by winstonwa 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

maintain initial and end position stepper motor without energy loss

Hi all, In a project of automated vertically folding curtain I have the problem that whatever the position of my curtain (8 kg) is, the motor is always drawing current. Let's say the curtain stays for 8 hours in the same position, then during these 8 hours the motor is wasting lots of energy. Is there a method/mechanical system which can be used to make sure the motor only uses energy ("works") if the position of the curtain has to change? Thanks in advance

Topic by mmsyx 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago