I'm having an issue with stepper motor i am using this motor see attachment.. motor keeps beeeeping noise when using with proterface pls watch the video for full clear detail and pls help me
Talk to this guy - you have a very similar problem, an identical video URL and an identical IP address.
It is normal for stepper motors to make noise. My 3D printer makes a lovely tune.
I don’t hear anything objectionable in the video.
Steppers make noise. That is their nature. I have played music with them.
no no there is a beeping noice pls use headphone to hear it clearly...
I don't have headphones. Click on the link that I posted and view one of the videos. Is that like the noise?
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That is the EXACT CORRECT NOISE for a stepper. program it to run constantly without pausing. if you hear pulses, then fix your program to remove the delay() you have and remove any interupts. here is a test for you. go to the top of a tall hill, run down as fast as you can, but every 10'th step, stop dead, pause a second, then start running downhill again. you are not allowed to put your leg out in front of you. now, you send 1,000 pulses to the motor, but think you can stop it dead at your whim and it will run as smooth as silk. the REAL questions are : -is it drawing more current that the power supply ? -is it getting so hot that it will actually boil water. really, not just hot to the touch, but boil water ? if the answer is NO, then your motors are working as designed. move on, look for an application. an old way to test a stepper is if you could hold your hand on the motor for more than 5 seconds, you are not driving it hard enough. if your skin burns, you are driving it a bit too hard.
Hi, In the other posting he/she mentions that the motors are not turning?
Have you got the wiring to the steppers correct.
Hi, Have you got the steppers wired correctly?
Please read the first post in any forum entitled how to use this forum. http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php/topic,148850.0.html then look down to item #7 about how to post your code. It will be formatted in a scrolling window that makes it easier to read.
Can you please post a copy of your sketch, using code tags. Can you please post a copy of your circuit, in CAD or a picture of a hand drawn circuit in jpg, png or pdf? Can you please post a picture of your project.
WHY??? You have the project infront of you, we don't. You know how it is wired, we don't. You know how you are powering the motor and Arduino, we don't. You know how you are outputting digital logic to the stepper controller we don't.