 # coding for making the stepper motor move with sun position calculation

i have the code for making the motor move and sun position calculation. But how to combine both of code together in order to make the sun tracker works. i am using arduino uno for my project. I also have the coding for adafruit motor shield but if i don’t want to use that, how to combine code using the below.
Below is the code i am using:

Make the motor move code using control signal
int pinALM = 0;
int pinCW = 9;
int pinCCW = 10;
int pinPD = 11;

void setup() {
pinMode(pinCW, OUTPUT);
pinMode(pinCCW, OUTPUT);
pinMode(pinPD, OUTPUT);

}

void loop() {

digitalWrite(pinCW, HIGH); //set the signal HIGH
for (int x=0; x < 3; x++) {
delay(1);
if (x==1) {
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW); // x10 codings steps
}
}
digitalWrite(pinCW, LOW); //set the signal LOW
for (int x=0; x < 3; x++) {
delay(1);
if (x==1) {
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW);
}
}

digitalWrite(pinCCW, HIGH);
for (int x=0; x < 3; x++) {
delay(1);
if (x==1) {
digitalWrite(pinCW, LOW);
}
} // x3 codings steps
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW);
for (int x=0; x < 3; x++) {
delay(1);
if (x==1) {
digitalWrite(pinCW, LOW);
}
}

digitalWrite(pinPD, HIGH);
delay(10000);
digitalWrite(pinPD, LOW);

}

{
digitalWrite(pinCW, LOW);
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW);
digitalWrite(pinPD, LOW);
}

}

sun position claculation
//Sun Position Calculation
//Provides sun position (relative) from static variables

#include <math.h>
#define pi 3.14159265358979323846
#define twopi (2*pi)
#define EarthMeanRadius 6371 // In km
#define AstronomicalUnit 149597870 // In km

//Input Variables --------------------- TIME HAS TO BE IN UT (UNIVERSAL TIME)! NO TIME ZONES OR SUMMER TIMES --------

int Year = 2012; //year
int Month = 11; //month
int Day = 6; //day
float Hours = 3; //hour
float Minutes = 18; //minutes

float Longitude = 103.85; //enter longitude here
float Latitude = 1.27; //enter latitude here

//--------

//Program Variables
float ZenithAngle;
float Azimuth;
float RightAscension;
float Declination;
float Parallax;
float ElevationAngle;

float ElapsedJulianDays;
float DecimalHours;
float EclipticLongitude;
float EclipticObliquity;
//--------

void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
}

void sunPos(){

// Auxiliary variables
float dY;
float dX;

// Calculate difference in days between the current Julian Day
// and JD 2451545.0, which is noon 1 January 2000 Universal Time

float JulianDate;
long int liAux1;
long int liAux2;
// Calculate time of the day in UT decimal hours
DecimalHours = Hours + (Minutes / 60.0);
// Calculate current Julian Day
liAux1 =(Month-14)/12;
liAux2=(1461*(Year + 4800 + liAux1))/4 + (367*(Month

• 2-12liAux1))/12- (3((Year + 4900
• liAux1)/100))/4+Day-32075;
JulianDate=(float)(liAux2)-0.5+DecimalHours/24.0;
// Calculate difference between current Julian Day and JD 2451545.0
ElapsedJulianDays = JulianDate-2451545.0;

// Calculate ecliptic coordinates (ecliptic longitude and obliquity of the
// ecliptic in radians but without limiting the angle to be less than 2Pi
// (i.e., the result may be greater than 2
Pi)

float MeanLongitude;
float MeanAnomaly;
float Omega;
Omega=2.1429-0.0010394594ElapsedJulianDays;
MeanLongitude = 4.8950630+ 0.017202791698
MeanAnomaly = 6.2400600+ 0.0172019699ElapsedJulianDays;
EclipticLongitude = MeanLongitude + 0.03341607
sin( MeanAnomaly )

• 0.00034894sin( 2MeanAnomaly )-0.0001134
-0.0000203sin(Omega);
EclipticObliquity = 0.4090928 - 6.2140e-9
ElapsedJulianDays
+0.0000396*cos(Omega);

// Calculate celestial coordinates ( right ascension and declination ) in radians
// but without limiting the angle to be less than 2Pi (i.e., the result may be
// greater than 2
Pi)

float Sin_EclipticLongitude;
Sin_EclipticLongitude= sin( EclipticLongitude );
dY = cos( EclipticObliquity ) * Sin_EclipticLongitude;
dX = cos( EclipticLongitude );
RightAscension = atan2( dY,dX );
if( RightAscension < 0.0 ) RightAscension = RightAscension + twopi;
Declination = asin( sin( EclipticObliquity )*Sin_EclipticLongitude );

// Calculate local coordinates ( azimuth and zenith angle ) in degrees

float GreenwichMeanSiderealTime;
float LocalMeanSiderealTime;
float HourAngle;
float Cos_Latitude;
float Sin_Latitude;
float Cos_HourAngle;
GreenwichMeanSiderealTime = 6.6974243242 +
0.0657098283*ElapsedJulianDays

• DecimalHours;
LocalMeanSiderealTime = (GreenwichMeanSiderealTime*15
HourAngle = LocalMeanSiderealTime - RightAscension;
Cos_HourAngle= cos( HourAngle );
ZenithAngle = (acos( Cos_Latitude*Cos_HourAngle
*cos(Declination) + sin( Declination )*Sin_Latitude));
dY = -sin( HourAngle );
dX = tan( Declination )Cos_Latitude - Sin_LatitudeCos_HourAngle;
Azimuth = atan2( dY, dX );
if ( Azimuth < 0.0 )
Azimuth = Azimuth + twopi;
// Parallax Correction
*sin(ZenithAngle);
ZenithAngle=(ZenithAngle //Zenith angle is from the top of the visible sky (thanks breaksbassbleeps)
ElevationAngle = (90-ZenithAngle); //Retrieve useful elevation angle from Zenith angle
}

void loop(){
sunPos(); //Run sun position calculations
Serial.print("Elevation Angle: ");
Serial.println(ElevationAngle, 0); //Print Elevation (Vertical) with no decimal places as accuracy is not really great enough
Serial.print("Azimuth: ");
Serial.println(Azimuth, 0); //Print Azimuth (Horizontal) with no decimal places
if(ElevationAngle < 0)
Serial.println(“The sun has set. Get some sleep!”);
while(1){} //Stop - Values aren’t going to have changed anyway as they are currently static variables!
}

``````   for (int x=0; x < 3; x++) {
delay(1);
if (x==1) {
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW);                                 // x10 codings steps
}
}
``````

First pass, when x is 0, you delay for 1 millisecond, and do nothing else. The second pass, when x is 1, you delay for 1 millisecond, then turn the pin off. The third pass, when x is 2, you delay for 1 millisecond, and do nothing else.

``````delay(2);
digitalWrite(pinCCW, LOW);
delay(1);
``````

Same functionality; less code. Posted properly, too.