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    Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    Please let me know that I want to run stepper motor in synchronization, both motors run separately but with same microcontroller.

    Please recommend any microcontroller or Arduino with dual ADC modules.
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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    Please do a google search yourself. There are HUNDREDS of microcontrollers that have multiple ADCs. You don't give any other requirements. And you do know that you don’t need an ADC to run a stepper motor, right?


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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    I connected LDR for sensing light and then turn on stepper asper required ADC value.

    Please let me know model number of multiple ADC microcontroller.
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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    Look at the arduino platform.
    There are a couple of good libraries for driving stepper motors (even more than two) and arduino has more than two ADC channels.
    (Hint: grbl) :)
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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    I am using TB6600 drivers for two stepper motors and all commands comes from Arduino UNO and I am using 2 channels of ADC and sensing light from LDR.

    Stepper motors works fine and operates but problem is that when I hit light on one LDR and same time on other LDR then one s.motor works fine and other moving with some stops.

    I thinks that I have to use 2 Arduino for 2 motors for synchronous movement?
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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    Which libraries for stepper motors are you using?
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    Re: Two 10bit ADC microcontroller

    Noise from the motors getting into your arduino? Software bug? You give us NOTHING to help you with.



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