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Driving stepper motor

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quium

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Hi
I am having a bipolar 12V 0.6 AMPS 1.8degree stepper motor.I am having problem in finding the driver circuit. And secondly If i have to control it using the signals from the PIC how am I going to do it?????/
Any circuit diagram or any related information will be really helpful
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cause stepper need high current U can use uln 2001 .uln 2001 have darlington transistor can give current from electric current to stepper.

i have already make this...

and cause i use avr atmega...source code is

void main(void)
{
DDRB =0xFF;
PORTB =0xFF;


while(1
{
while (1)
{
// Place your code here
PORTB=0x01;
delay_ms(5);
PORTB=0x02;
delay_ms(5);
PORTB=0x04;
delay_ms(5);
PORTB=0x08;
delay_ms(5);
};
}

};

}
}
 

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