2. Computer Interfacing - Stepper Motor Assignment

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Computer Interfacing - Stepper Motor   Assignment Note: Controlling Stepper Motors A stepper motor is a motor that takes very small 'steps' each time current is applied to some of its leads. Stepper motors are used when exact control of the rotation of the motor shaft is required, such as in a disk drive. To have the motor make one full turn, a series of electrical pulses must be sent to the motor's leads in the correct sequence. http://66.220.31.211/support/wiring.php 6 Lead Wire Configuration - Unipolar Drive Connect center tap leads (White & Black) to plus (+) voltage. UNIPOLAR DRIVE ONLY! CCW FACING MOUNTING END STEP TABLE STEP Red Red/White Green Green/White 0 ON off ON -off 1 off ON ON off 2 off ON off ON 3 ON off off ON 4 ON off ON off CW FACING MOUNTING END WIRING DIAGRAM For the stepper motors in class, the following Turing program will make the motor turn a number of times var turns : int loop put "Enter how many rotations would you like: " . . get turns
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ICE 4M1 taught by Professor Deabr during the Spring '11 term at Spring Arbor University.

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