All about Stepper Motor, Theory and Circuit Diagram
All about Stepper Motor, Theory and Circuit Diagram - Stepper Motor is a brushless, synchronous electric motor that can divide a full rotation into a large number of steps (wikipedia.org).
Stepper motors are ideally suited to application requiring precise position control such as computer peripherals or numerically controlled machine tools.
We provide you an article about Stepper motor basic theory, and the circuit diagrams of several stepper motor examples.
A typical stepper motor has permanent magnets on the rotor and a pair of coils on the stator. In the simplest mode the motor can be represented as a pair of coils on the stator oriented at 90 degrees and a permanent magnet on the rotor.
You will see circuit diagrams of the stepper motor such as :
- 7406 unipolar stepper motors up to 40 mA, 75492 unipolar stepper motors up to 250 mA,
- L293 unipolar or bipolar stepper motors (1A per output),
- IRF540 unipolar stepper motors (28A per output),
- and L6203 5A peak or 4A RMS current.
The basic theory of Stepper motor then be summarized in a stepper motor sequence table with a double circular linked list used to control the stepper motor. Please follow on complete All about Stepper Motor, Theory and Circuit Diagram in pdf filetype (source: ece.utexas.edu).
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