control motor stepper using driver from autonics

hello, im buy driver and stepper motor from this :

https://www.autonics.com/products/products_detail.php?catecode=03/02/02&db_uid=118

it;s possible to control the driver using arduino ??
im trying to connect cw + and - from this driver and then using library stepper motor from arduino but the motor didnt move at all

ps : im already set step per revolutions from driver and my coding in arduino

I can't immediately see where the documentation descibes the interface with a microcontroller.

If you can find that and point it out I will have a look at it.

Is that driver intended for use with the same manufacturer's stepper motors?
Do you have a suitable motor?

If you have not yet bought anything I suggest you read Stepper Motor Basics before you do.

...R

well, i already buy it, and it was expensive :cry:
because i though it was easy to wiring and can connect with arduino
the stepper was meet with my expectation for torque ( use 5 phase )
but the problem was the driver,

this was supposed to be control with arduino, using cw +,- and ccw +,- ( see user controller )

and this was the database for driver :



Hi, I hope is not very late for my aswer. I made this code for autonics PAP motor (MD5-ND14). It is to easy to control

#define pinCW 2
#define pinCCW 3

void setup() {
pinMode(pinCW,OUTPUT);
pinMode(pinCCW,OUTPUT);
analogWrite(pinCW,128);
}

void loop() {
digitalWrite(pinCCW,HIGH);
delay(2000);
digitalWrite(pinCCWi,LOW);
delay(2000);
}

BR,

Andres

pungkursari:
hello, im buy driver and stepper motor from this :

https://www.autonics.com/products/products_detail.php?catecode=03/02/02&db_uid=118

it;s possible to control the driver using arduino ??
im trying to connect cw + and - from this driver and then using library stepper motor from arduino but the motor didnt move at all

ps : im already set step per revolutions from driver and my coding in arduino