Stepper Motor

Stepper Motor Control

 Stepper Motor Control             Because VR steppers are so scarce, this article focuses on controlling PM and HY steppers, which are almost always two-phase motors. Some PM and HY steppers are bipolar and have four wires. Others are unipolar and have five or six wires. The terms bipolar and unipolar identify how the wires are connected

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Stepping Motor

Stepping motors are attractive because they can be controlled directly by computers or microcontrollers. Their unique feature is that the output shaft rotates in a series of discrete angular intervals, or steps, one step being taken each time a command pulse is received. When a definite number of pulses has been supplied, the shaft will

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Stepper Motor Working Principle

Hi friends, In this article, I am discussing the stepper motor working principle, its basics and applications. You will find it informative and interesting. So keep reading. As the name implies, a stepper motor, within its operation range, and capability, starts, stops, reverses and moves through a predetermined stepping angle under commands from an electronic logic

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Working of Stepper Motor

Hi friends, In this article, I am discussing the “working of stepper motor“. This article will definitely increase your knowledge about stepper motors, I hope so. The stepper motors convert electrical pulses received by their excitation (control) winding into discrete angular displacements-commonly called as steps. The characteristic property of the stepper motor is the step-by-step turning of the

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