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Dmdtrain

Hello,

I'm using a Nema 23, TB6600 driver, and Arduino for a linear guide but the motor doesn't move when I attach it to the power source. I followed a video and wired it exactly like they did and also used there code, but when I attached the power supply to the driver the LEDs turn on but the motor stays still.

Is there something I'm missing? Do I have to give it some sort of input to actually start moving?

bos1714

Hello there!

Can you post the code you are using, a schematic of your setup, and a link to the tutorial video?
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Dmdtrain

Hello there!

Can you post the code you are using, a schematic of your setup, and a link to the tutorial video?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeqlgZLqI-k this was the video I followed.

Equipment:

MYSWEETY TB6600 4A 9-42V Stepper Motor Driver

Nema 23 specs: Step angle:1.8°
Rated Voltage: 1.7v
Motor flange size: 57mm
Motor length: 56mm
Holding torque: 0.95 N.m
Current: 2.0A
Resistance:1.32Ω

Arduino UNO

I have a AC to DC power converter that I will be using in the final build but I was trying to test with a 6v 4A lead battery.

https://github.com/jumejume1/Arduino/blob/master/Tb6560Arduino/Tb6560Arduino.ino here is the code I used.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Let me know if you need more info.

Johan_Ha

Post the code in code tags so we can read it. That would be any help from your side, which would be greatly appreciated.
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TomGeorge

Hi,
Can you please post a copy of your circuit, in CAD or a picture of a hand drawn circuit in jpg, png?

Thanks.. Tom.. :)
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groundFungus

You were asked the same questions in the other posts on the same subject.

http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=552839.msg3770133#msg3770133

http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=551636.0

You should not keep creating new threads for the same project.

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