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Stepper motor

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atferrari

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Is that a question or you are going to explain it?
 

Reloadron

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How to connect stepper motor
Very carefully.

Depends on the motor and as mentioned the number of connections. This could be easily answered if you provide a data sheet on the motor an more information.

Ron
 

Mickster

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Look here:
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-bipolar-unipolar-stepper-motor

To find the coils on a stepper motor, use a DMM on ohms.
4 wires is easy and likely needs no further explanation.

For a 6 wire motor, there will be 2 halves of the motor with 3 wires each.
1 wire will be centre-tap and the other 2 wires will be the coil ends.
*** This is only an example - Wiring colours do vary. ***
We have a 6 wire motor with brown, yellow, orange, blue, green & black wires.
Lets use brown, yellow & orange as an example.
Brown to yellow = 6 ohms.
Brown to orange = 6 ohms.
Yellow to orange = 12 ohms.
Brown is the centre-tap.
There is no continuity from the brown/yellow/orange wires to the blue/green/black wires.
Black to blue = 6 ohms.
Black to green = 6 ohms.
Blue to green = 12 ohms.
Black is the centre-tap.
 
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