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Pedrani
en 17/12/20 9:31 234 vistas

Hi.
I need to control 6 stepper motors, pto (Pulse Train output) with Mduino 20Plus. Is there a library to do this?
Second question, is it possible to drive it with digital outputs?
I read that the maximum frequency is 4Khz, is that correct?

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Edu B.
En 19/12/20 15:03

Hi, 

Can't I use "normal" (not PWM) outputs to send pulses to a stepper driver (with clock/direction inputs)?

I don't expect needing to send more than 1kHz (800Hz should be enough).

I used the library AccelStepper with an Arduino Mega Board (not integrated as PLC) and It worked quite well.



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Pedrani
En 18/12/20 14:43

Thank you very much



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Guillem Cura Marti
En 18/12/20 8:13

HI,

In order to control 6 stepper motors using only an M-Duino 21+ is not possible as each motor need to use 3 pwm digital outputs. If you want to implement this you will need at least 3 M-Duino 42+ PLCs.

In the following blog, there is a full explanation of how to implement and use the stepper motors using our Industrial Shields PLCs and a code example for programming them.

As you have read, the maxium frequency for the digital outputs is 4 KHz.

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Thank you very much

Pedrani
de 18/12/20 14:44

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