Study of Stepper Motor, SM-03
Electrical Engineering, Stepper Motor, Engineering Education
We offer Study of Stepper Motor useful for control labs. This experimental set-up aims at providing an exposure to the basic operation of a stepper motor, its drive and logic, and limitations as far as the internal dynamics is concerned.
Stepper motor operation through pulse circuit
Stepper motor operation through 8085 mp kit
Built-in programs in EPROM
Dynamic response study
Manual stepping through push button switch. Measurement of step angle.
Speed and direction control logic by recording the pulse sequence.
Study of resonance effect at various speeds
Display and measurement of the dynamic characteristics of the motor in the wobble mode.
Calculation of ‘single stepping’ and ‘slew’ regions.
Programming the microprocessor kit to implement features like direction, speed, angle of rotation, number of steps or an arbitrary motion
Study of the effect of inertial and frictional loading on the dynamic performance
>>Features and Specifications
Single stepping and free running modes of operation with speed variation and direction reversal - internal TTL circuit.
360° motion Servo-Potentiometer position -pickup for motor dynamics
Operation through microprocessor kit – sample control programs provided
Stepper motor specification
Torque: 2.8 Kg-cm
Step angle: 1.8°
Power: 12V, 1A/phase
Essential accessory – a CRO
The experiment is complete in all respect except a CRO.
Control Laboratory Equipment
, Electrical Engineering
, Engineering Education
, Engineering Laboratory
, Stepper Motor