Drive a stepper motor with acceleration and deceleration using an Allegro driver on ATmega8
To make a stepper motor move, motor windings must be loaded in the correct order.
A stepper motor move at steps, it’s accuracy is usually expressed as degree per step. Microstepping is a method by witch motor accuracy can be increased at the expense of the motor torque.
Stepper motor can be driven using straight dual H-bridge driver. However there is a family of IC expressily built to drive stepper motor, they incorporate microstepping technique and are driven by a built-in translator, so that each received pulse is translated to a motor step.
Allegro MicroSystems offers a wide range of bipolar stepper motor driver.
This library drive a stepper motor using the Allegro A3967 (EasyDriver) on ATmega8. It will also work on the Allegro a4988, and other type of motor driver controlled by the number of pulse received.
- direction changing
- speed changing
- acceleration and deceleration
- multiple motor driving
- stop spinning after number of step, or continuos spinning mode
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