MarkT, for "moves slowly" = 10-12rpm MAX to 1rpm MIN , approximately.
I saw and red :
"... On a regular servo, the value controls the location itself. What you could do with a regular servo, is increment the value in steps, and add a delay in the loop, but that would only slow it down. I don't know of its possible to increase the max speed... "
fungus, we already have these stepper motors, but they aren't enough strong, I think that because they will be too slow.
stiamo tentando di capire quale sia la miglior strada per comunicare da un Mac
Nome modello: MacBook Pro Identificatore modello: MacBookPro1,1 Nome processore: Intel Core Duo Velocità processore: 2 GHz Numero di processori: 1 Numero totale di nuclei: 2 Cache L2: 2 MB Memoria: 2 GB Velocità bus: 667 MHz
a una decina di moduli cloni arduino.
Ogni arduino ha il solo compito di controllare due stepper motors, tutto funziona senza alcun problema via USB anche con 2 cloni arduino attaccati.
Il progetto prevede però una decina di cloni.
Vorremmo poter comunicare via bluetooth simultaneamente con tutti utilizzando un computer.
1) E' possibile farlo con cosi' tanti moduli ?
2) I moduli HC05 sono adatti al nostro scopo ?
Se avete suggerimeti consigli, etc son ben accetti.
When I see this question, I suspect that you're trying to use 48VDC phantom power, from a mixer or something like that, to power an electret. I've done that, and it worked quite well. If that's what you're trying to do, or something like it, say so, and I'll try to remember how the gizmo worked.
Yes, this is exactly our task If you can remember how the gimzo works, it'll be really good.
Concerning the suggestion of use a LM317HVT it could be a good idea!
We thought that 48V could be too high as primary input voltage, so we lowered it using a resistive partition. It doesn't work yet and we wouldn't want to use a resistive partition to lower the voltage.
Someone can give as some idea to solve our problem?