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Hi Cassiano, I read in your post that you are using a Mitsumi M35SP-7T stepper motor and you show in your image 5 wires from motor to circuit. Electrically this is the same m35so the current doesn’t have to travel round the board through several connections to get to the pin.

Mitsumi Stepping Motor M35sp-9 LF Stepper Motor – 2 Combined in 1 Conector

I wish everyone took the time to explain their problems so clearly! Thanks a lot for your time, Cassiano. Otherwise your wiring looks correct! CMOS Technology file 1.

It should be 50 ohms approximately according to m35ssp datasheet. Turn on power triac – proposed circuit analysis 0. How reliable is it? The funny thing is that it has written Ohms on its label. I think m35dp have the right idea, but the datasheet suggests there are two variations of this motor, a 6V one and a 24V one. Here is my circuit: How can the power consumption for computing be reduced for energy harvesting? Take the black wire from the 24v supply out of the board where you have it and place it directly next to pin 8 on the darlington driver.


M35SP-9 Datasheet(PDF) – Mitsumi Electronics, Corp.

This particular motor has only 4 wires and on the label it is written 9 Ohms. Digital multimeter appears to have measured voltages lower than expected.

There are two ways of implementing a stepping motor, one uses two coils 4 wires and the other uses four coils 5 wires See: Mm35sp mine has 5 wires. Synthesized tuning, Part 2: It is working, I would say, but the thing is that the stepper is too weak Sorry about the lack of proper technical term.

You are right, though, that an external supply is preferred as powering a motor directly from the Arduino is not a good idea. Similar Threads Help me connect the wires in a 6 wire m35s motor 1. Any help is greatly appreciated. Part and Inventory Search. I tried 5 volts and it works fine. Hierarchical block is unconnected 3.

Losses in inductor of a boost converter 9. From what I’ve read, I believe I have to connect the stepper to an external power supply, but I could not find any reference on how to do that and I’m afraid m35so doing it wrong and destroying my Arduino. Maybe the T would explain the sOhms.


This is what I mean: Distorted Sine output from Transformer 8. M35s; make very sure you have the 24V one. So at the moment I am using the motor as a bipolar one whereas the manual says unipolar with a puls rate of Hz. Equating complex number interms of the other 6. I also tried to google the specs on yours, but couldn’t find any real reference about its existence.