I need code for servo motor

I need stepper motor program for Here's a modified Arduino program for controlling a stepper motor to:

1. Rotate 180° clockwise at 12 RPM.
2. Wait for 5 seconds.
3. Rotate 45° counterclockwise (anti-clockwise).
4. Rotate 90° at 20 RPM.

Welcome to the forum

The topic title says "servo motor" and your post says "stepper motor". Which is it ?

Either way, the forum is not generally a code writing service unless you are willing to pay for it, for which there is a specific forum category in which you should post

What experience of electronic and programming do you have, what hardware do you have and what have you tried so far ?

No please, no explanation, no introduction about what you do... Welcome to the forum

You'll find the chatgpt is quite accommodating for such rude requests.

here is what it would answer

Here's an Arduino program to control a stepper motor with the specifications you've provided:

``````#include <Stepper.h>

// Define the number of steps per revolution for your stepper motor
const int stepsPerRevolution = 200;  // Adjust this value according to your motor's specification

// Initialize the stepper motor object with the number of steps per revolution and the pins it's connected to
Stepper myStepper(stepsPerRevolution, 8, 9, 10, 11);  // Adjust pin numbers as necessary

void setup() {
// Set the speed of the motor in RPM
myStepper.setSpeed(12);  // Set initial speed to 12 RPM

// Rotate 180° clockwise
myStepper.step(stepsPerRevolution / 2);  // 180° rotation (half a revolution)

// Wait for 5 seconds
delay(5000);

// Rotate 45° counterclockwise
myStepper.step(-stepsPerRevolution / 8);  // 45° rotation (1/8th of a revolution)

// Set speed to 20 RPM
myStepper.setSpeed(20);

// Rotate 90° clockwise
myStepper.step(stepsPerRevolution / 4);  // 90° rotation (1/4th of a revolution)
}

void loop() {
// No action needed in loop
}
``````

Explanation:

• Stepper Motor Setup: The `Stepper` library is used to control the stepper motor, and the motor's steps per revolution are defined. Adjust the `stepsPerRevolution` variable to match your motor's specifications.
• Pin Configuration: The stepper motor is connected to pins 8, 9, 10, and 11 on the Arduino. Modify these pin numbers as necessary based on your setup.
• Initial Rotation: The motor is set to rotate 180° clockwise at 12 RPM. This is half a revolution.
• Delay: After the rotation, the program waits for 5 seconds using `delay(5000)`.
• Counterclockwise Rotation: The motor then rotates 45° counterclockwise.
• Speed Change: The speed is increased to 20 RPM for the final rotation.
• Final Rotation: The motor rotates 90° clockwise.

Make sure to adjust the `stepsPerRevolution` based on your motor's specifications for accurate movement.

May be it works, may be not.

Good luck.

It for pratical

sorry, I don't understand what you mean.

Me neither

Hi, @abinesh1999
Welcome to the forum.

Is this a school/college/university project?

Thanks... Tom..

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Yes exactly what Tom said.

However you lack of any reasonable explanation suggests to us that English is not your first language and you are using some sort of on line translator program. If so here is a tip to make that work better:-

Do not use short phrases but write long explanations as there is a chance that the online language translation will be able to make more sense of what you are trying to do.

We still don't know if you want to use a servo or stepping motor for this homework.

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My understanding is the school's anti-plagiarization software can tell if ChatGPT or its kind was used so we are again seeing much more 'homework' requests here. I like your idea of giving them a ChatGPT solution, that way they will get caught. It's a win-win for the forum.

Nice. The chatGPT style is recognizable even by humans... especially when the project fails to function.