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'[OT]: How would I drive a unipolar stepper motor?'
2001\02\26@024547 by Frej

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How would I drive a bipolar stepper motor?
I ripped it from an old HDD....

Any ideas?


TIA,
Frej Kling

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2001\02\26@044054 by tsk3000

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You might want to consider using a 2916... it's quite the driver
chip, and easy to use.  :)

Search for it at http://www.allegromicro.com

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2001\02\27@025719 by Vasile Surducan

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You may project your own driver if you're not interested in microsteps,
It's quite easy with fet tranzistors, you need 4 P channel, 4 N channel
and some drivers like 407/406.
Vasile

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