Stepper Motor meets Arduino

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== The stepper motors: ==
 
== The stepper motors: ==
  

Latest revision as of 10:48, 23 August 2013


Stepper Motor meets Arduino
What:
-Electronics: figuring out the wires of a harvested, non documented, 5-wire stepper motor

-Arduino: 101: how to code a rotation, then building upon that code

Event.png
Participants:
Tomvdz
Category:
Electronics
Locations:
Den Bunker

The stepper motors:

I harvested two stepper motors from an old Nec P20 Pinwriter matrix printer.

todo: add pictures

Both stepper printers have 5 wires.

This is a very useful link to figure out the wires: [1]


Arduino Code

I found this code useful to start with: [2]

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