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vleud101

Hi guys,

I try to hook up my micro-step driver at my Arduino UNO board. But i got the problem i have only the basic knowledge of electricity.

The manual of it is this PDF : http://www.cncshop.cz/PDF/M325.pdf

Is it the best way to use PWM for it? I already searched at the internet about this case, but cant find anything similair.

Thanks for the help!

(p.s. my main language is dutch, sorry for my English!)

Grumpy_Mike

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Is it the best way to use PWM for it?

No PWM should not be used.
It is a stepping motor controller, wire it up as shown in Figure 3.

vleud101

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Nov 01, 2011, 08:57 pm Last Edit: Nov 01, 2011, 09:03 pm by vleud101 Reason: 1
Thank you for replying! :)



Ok,

I put: VCC to +5V

Pul to ...
Dir to...



Enable ( dont need to use )





Grumpy_Mike

The pul is pulse the dir is direction you connect them to any arduino output pin. The dir controls the direction of the motor and a pulse on the pul advances the motor by one step.

vleud101

Ok,

Thank you!


I go test it, and do some more research on the internet

vleud101

Ok i did it, for the people who googling this topic and have the same prob. I did somting stupid, i downloaded the wrong image of the wire collers from my motor..  :smiley-roll-sweat:

Now if i just send a puls (200 for 180 degrees) its working perfect (put switch 5-6 on) 800 for switch on 5-6 off!

Thanx alot again ;)

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