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It takes a little bit of current to turn the switch on, allow large amounts of current, from an external source, to flow. Is that the same stepper motor that you have? According to the data sheet you linked to, the motor you have needs 0. Logic level input that controls AHO driver Pin Why are there not equal numbers or integer ratios?
Thanks for the reply guys. Connect negative side of bootstrap. If the stepper motor needs 15A, 40mA is like a gnat trying to push an elephant. The whole reason for using a transistor is that it is a switch. I couldn’t get the Fritzing program to datasneet a nice diagram, but here’s the somewhat messy breadboard layout. If I do, why?
H-Bridge (HIPIPZ) & stepper motor (PM)
That is nowhere near enough current to drive a stepper motor. Best practice is to un-energize the coils whenever you don’t need holding torque. This is because the electricity running through the motor’s coil is causing a magnetic field. So you’d only ever use a max of 1A. And even that much is not good for the Arduino to deliver on datasjeet regular basis.
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Check the specs in the datasheet. Just because a device is a 5V motor does not mean that every 5V power source is going to be able to datadheet it. It is a 5V stepper motor. And the motor didn’t even budge.
You are using the transistor to turn on current flow from a low current source – the Arduino. The motors, however, should not be getting very warm. When the coils of the stepper motor are un-energized, the motor should spin freely.
All drivers turn-off with no adjustable delay, so the DEL resistor guarantees no shoot-through by delaying the turn-on. A High-side Bootstrap supply.
Why tell someone they don’t know what they are doing when that’s the reason they are asking the question. To get it working initially, I just connect the 4 control wires directly my Arduino output pins, and it just datashee. There must be current flowing to maintain the field.
But, with 4-wire stepper motors, you never have all 4 channels active at the same time. If you have a current limiting power supply, I’d suggest you use that until you daatsheet the correct level for your motors worked out. I also hooked up a 12V battery, and used the VIN pin, to try get more power and still it didn’t move.
The Wikipedia article http: It always drains through the path of datxsheet resistance, which may be through your Arduino board if you don’t protect it from doing so. The Arduino can not supply that much current. I’ve never needed any additional circuitry to get my H-Bridges working. De-couple this pin to V.