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Stepper Motor Actuators

Motor control is one of the most important issues in robotics. In general, mobile robots require motors to control two kinds of section: one is related to robot locomotion and the other is related to the movement of the end effectors placed on the robot itself.

The movement of the end effectors can be managed by using a two-phase bipolar stepper motor. This synchronous electric motor divides a full rotation into a large number of steps. The motor's position can be controlled precisely, without any feedback mechanism. In this way, robotic developers can concentrate their efforts on writing only the most advanced algorithms able to perform inverse and forward kinematics.

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Description Version Size
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AN1451: L6208 fully integrated two phase stepper motor driver
2.4 1,353 KB
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AN1762: L6205, L6206, L6207 dual full bridge drivers
1.5 1,525 KB
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AN1794: PractiSPIN evaluation system configuration and set up guide
2.4 435 KB
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AN2385: Power dissipation and its linear derating factor, silicon limited drain current and pulsed drain current in MOSFETs
1.6 627 KB
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AN2759: EVAL6227QR demonstration board using a dual full-bridge L6227Q for motor control applications
2.3 262 KB
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AN3980: STM32 firmware library for dSPIN L6470
1.1 787 KB
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AN3991: How to drive multiple stepper motors with the L6470 motor driver
2.1 580 KB
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