Characteristics of Stepper Motor

Stepper motor characteristics are divided into two groups

It is divided into two charteristics.

Torque angle curve of a step motor is shown in fig.2.32. it is seen that the Torque increases almost sinusoid ally, with angle Θ from equilibrium.

It is the maximum load torque which the energized stepper motor can withstand without slipping from equilibrium position. If the holding torque is exceeded, the motor suddenly slips from the present equilibrium position and goes to the static equilibrium position.

It is the maximum load torque which the un-energized stepper motor can withstand slipping. Detent torque is due to magnetism, and is therefore available only in permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motor. It is about 5-10 % of holding torque.

A typical torque curve for a stepper motor is shown in fig.2.34. It is seen the curve is initially linear but later on its slope progressively decreases as the magnetic circuit of the motor saturates.

Torque constant of the stepper is defined as the initial slope of the torque-current (T-I) curve of the stepper motor. It is also known as torque sensitivity. Its units N-mA, kg-cm/A or OZ-in/A

A stepper motor is said to be operated in synchronism when there exist strictly one to one correspondence between number of pulses applied and the number of steps through which the motor has actually moved. There are two modes of operation.

Also called as pull in curve or single stepping mode.

In start -stop mode the stepper motor always operate in synchronism and the motor can be started and stopped without using synchronism. In slewing mode the motor will be in synchronism, but it cannot be started or stopped without losing synchronism. To operate the motor in slewing mode first the motor is to be started in start stop mode and then to slewing mode. Similarly to stop the motor operating in slewing mode, first the motor is to be brought to the start stop mode and then stop.

Start stop mode of operation of stepper motor is shown in fig.2.35 (a).In this second pulse is given to the stepper motor only after the rotor attained a steady or rest position due to first pulse. The region of start-stop mode of operation depends on the operation depends on the torque developed and the stepping rate or stepping frequency of stepper motor.

pulse is given to the stepper motor only after the rotor attained a steady or rest position due to first pulse. The region of start-stop mode of operation depends on the operation depends on the torque developed and the stepping rate or stepping frequency of stepper motor.

How do I control 6 stepper motors with one Arduino?

The second option looks good to me. I do not see how you could use 4 pins and drive a motor.... Do NOT try to drive a motor directly from a microcontroller. And what is a 12C bus?

EMC2, Arduino & stepper motors - Have I got this right?

I would choose the more modular support, with that ATtinys running the motors, with the ATtiny you could add extra features like position, or encoder data, emegency start/stop and other features. As for the main control unit, the arduino may be under powered for fast work but it is possible. you may want to also look at the Reprap project for more idea for hardware. another resource that may help is the emc2 supported hardware. you would not be able to hook up emc2 right to the steppers with out have some sort control module

Are my stepper motors being burnt out? What is the issue here?

So the problem was that somehow the potentiometer had reset its own vref output. I could not adjust it after it did this. I replaced both drivers and it works like a charm now

120VAC to 90VDC Power Supply (for DC Stepper Motors)

You could just buy 2 identical say 48VDC 15Amp supplies .They will be cheap because they are really a commodity item now. Now adjust them to do 45V and connect in series. That is an easy 90V.

In the world of bipolar stepper motors, what is dead time and blanking time?

"Dead time" is the time in a half bridge driver between say the top switch being turned off and the bottom switch being turned on."Blanking time" is a period when an input is ignored by the system so that transients which occur at this point will not disturb proper measurement. Note that while the terms are usually used as above, other variations may be used. eg It is not unknown for the term "blanking time" to be used to cover the situation described under "dead time" above. This is not usual but needs to be known . Here is an example where the term blanking time is used extensively BUT what is meant is dead time or time between two switching actions. This may have been caused by translation into English. Here is a normal use of the term blanking timeInternational Rectifier - Using The Current Sensing IR212X Gate Drive ICThis example is typical enought to be worth quoting. In this case the blanking time is not at the start of the cycle but is used to deal with transients from the start of the cycle.

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