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... looking for some help with my design, specifically selecting power and motors since those seem like items I don't want to screw up. My microcontroller ... will be a light/color sensor, two distance sensors and potentially a stepper motor in the future. Based on some research it looks like I will ...
2014-09-15 07:53 by Bagels
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Sorry my mistake. They are Stepper motors. less then 2A, I would like to use the sketch or C language.
2014-07-15 16:19 by paul C
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... However, the controller I have, and have used on other stepping motors, doesn't seem compatible with this stepper. The driver I have is a SureStep Stp-Drv-4035 f/w293V000. The motor will step, but ...
2014-06-13 15:10 by rcarma
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... two main options: A DC gear motor (or DC gear motor with encoder) or a stepper motor (much harder to use). http://www.robotshop.com/en/gear-motors.html http://www.robotshop.com/en/stepper-motors.html You can easily control the speed ...
2014-06-10 14:22 by CBenson
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Hi zaid_mk90,

Without any model number it's really hard to know which motor your talking about.
Not all manufacturer have those number as they require lot of testing for low cost motors.

Give us more details and we will see if we can get the data.

All the best,
2014-06-09 09:27 by DiaLFonZo
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... for my project? Idea no. 1: I have thought about using a combination of stepper motors that would achieve the same result as a pan/tilt system but in a slightly different ...
2014-05-28 17:02 by geekman92
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I get it now. We have to run both motors at the same rate for above to hold true, right?
Thanks for your help!! :)

I'm very bad at visualizing.

I'll make a detailed model.
I've looked at several stepper motors in the market, but would you be able to help pick the parts, later on??
2014-05-15 16:12 by bluehawk91
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For powering the shield and arduino combination a long with the motors I wanted to know if a usb output is adequate or will an external power ... a stupid question but I only ask because of my lack of my experience with stepper motors does the shield control the reversibility of the motor or is ...
2014-03-20 16:12 by rgordon01
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... more question about another shield the Cytron 3-40 2A unipoloar/bipolar stepper motor controller. I understand it has a 2A capacity and was suggested ... to know if I would have to use multiple shields to run two stepper motors and if so is there any way to insure the motors are in sync. I understand ...
2014-03-19 20:07 by rgordon01
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... trying to use an adafruit v2 motor shield to control two 1.7A stepper motors connected with planetary gears. However after consulting adafruit the motor shield was ...
2014-03-19 16:02 by rgordon01
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1. What would remember its positioning? A servo motor, stepper motor, or a brushless motor? This would allow me to use a belt driven ... drive pan/tilt and power gearbox pan/tilt for some ideas. 3. As for the motors controlling the pitch, yaw, and roll of the camera platform, which would ...
2014-03-03 15:12 by CBenson
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... of questions. 1. What would remember its positioning? A servo motor, stepper motor, or a brushless motor? This would allow me to use a belt driven ... the pitch, yaw, and roll of the camera platform. 3. As for the motors controlling the pitch, yaw, and roll of the camera platform, which ...
2014-03-03 13:32 by ViperSRT3g
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Since you have three ~1A motors, your power supply should be at least 4A. You can power it at anywhere from 2.7V to 12V+, the choice is really yours. If you opt for 12V, you would only need one power supply.
2014-02-24 09:11 by CBenson
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The current configuration I have is: - a quadstepper controller: http://www.robotshop.com/en/quadstepper-4-stepper-motor-driver-board.html - 3 x stepper motors of this type: http://www.robotshop.com/en/bipolar-stepper-motor-2-7v-1a.html - I am controlling ...
2014-02-23 06:55 by razvi9
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... is to use the planetary gearbox plus the DC motor. Not many people use stepper motors, and we currently don't carry any controllers which have R/C input. The 775 (which is ...
2014-02-20 16:10 by CBenson
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