ADC controls multiple stepper motors

Posted on Nov 11, 2012

Typical stepper-motor control circuits use either logic gates and flip-flops or shift registers to generate the proper sequences of binary codes that produce bidirectional stepper-motor movement. A conventional stepper-motor-control circuit uses a square-wave generator, a sequence generator, or a shift register and current translators to control one stepper motor apart from the logic circuit necessary for producing a known and valid binary code at start-up.

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