Driving a Stepper
Mark Willis email (remove spam text)
Looks like a good driver. I might use that, for things around the house
where I want to build it & never have to fix it, at least.
Dan Creagan wrote:
> You should be able to use an L293D for your stepper and decrease your
> component count (L293's have built in diodes). That would make it a PIC and
> an L293D. Cost might drive your decision since the L293 is probably going
> to cost a dollar or two more than the PIC.
See also: www.piclist.com/techref/io/steppers.htm?key=stepper
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