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Motor Control Using 8051 MCU

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sadaqat

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hi,
I have to control a stepper motor with 8051MCU using feed back. Kindly can any one guide me
 

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hi,
firstly if u need any help mail me at
lunar2000light@yahoo.com
i have done this several times.
firstly you should know what type of steppper motor it is unipolar or bipolar, and then you should find out the phases of the motor, and use transistors or high current buffer to give signals to the motor l293d is an option which i often use.
for further help feel free to contact.
 

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Before going on, I highly highly recommned you read Jones on Stepper Motors. Best tutorial out there. period.
http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~jones/step/

lunar, would you post your L293 based circuit? I am in the process of designing a circuit using it and would like to see how you did yours.

Phil
 

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