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What I did with the code I add a second address that leads to the second 7FETs. I made is possible to also change the speed from the second stepper motor. You of course have to make them both as fast otherwise one of them will keep spinning around. I also make it that they both run the command of rotating 90 degrees after the while do loop had ended.
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What I did with the code from [[blog 15]] is: I added a second address that leads to the second 7FETs. I made is possible to also change the speed from the second stepper motor. You of course have to make them both as fast as each other otherwise one of them will keep spinning around. I also made it that they both run the command of rotating 90 degrees after the while do loop had ended.
 
 
  
 
== 2 7FETs stepper motors controlled by pushbuttons ==
 
== 2 7FETs stepper motors controlled by pushbuttons ==

Revision as of 14:24, 9 November 2015

Working with 2 7FETs Stepper motors

Talking to the second 7FETs ( stepper motor )

Raspberry Pi version:

How to find the second 7FETs( on spi1 ). The other 7FETS also of course has 88 as address. ( On the 2 dots there has to be a hexadecimal number. ) But when you also send

bw_tool -s 50000 -a 88 -W 42:..:i

nothing will happen, only the other stepper motor will rotate.

The second spi (spi1) is named spidec0.1.

bw_tool -S -D /dev/spidev0.1

( If you are sending commands on I2C you have to use -I instead of -S (SPI) )

Result:

88: spi_7fets 1.1

To try it out:

bw_tool -S -D /dev/spidev0.1 -a 88 -W 42:0x200:i

This should make the stepper motor rotate 90 degrees.

Arduino version:

2 7FETs rotating plateaus

Now I want to show how you can make it possible to let with the previous script let 2 7FETs rotate and stop a special amount of seconds.

#!/bin/bash

Address="bw_tool -s 50000 -a 88"
Address2="bw_tool -S -D /dev/spidev0.1 -a 88" 

Rot=-400
Target=`$Address -R 41:i`
#Speed=200
#$Address -W 43:$Speed:b`
#$Address2 -W 43:$Speed:b` 

Current="" 

while true; do
  $Address -W 42:$Rot:i
  $Address2 -W 42:$Rot:i
  Target=`$Address -R 41:i`
  while [ "$Current" != "$Target" ] ; do
    sleep 0.2
    Current=`$Address -R 40:i`
  done
  sleep 10
done 

What I did with the code from blog 15 is: I added a second address that leads to the second 7FETs. I made is possible to also change the speed from the second stepper motor. You of course have to make them both as fast as each other otherwise one of them will keep spinning around. I also made it that they both run the command of rotating 90 degrees after the while do loop had ended.

2 7FETs stepper motors controlled by pushbuttons

Now lets control the 2 7FETs with the pushbuttons.

#!/bin/bash

Address="bw_tool -s 50000 -a 88"
Address2="bw_tool -S -D /dev/spidev0.1 -a 88" 
AddressI="bw_tool -I -D /dev/i2c-1 -a 94" 

#SpeedX=0x25
#$Address -W 43:$SpeedX:b
#SpeedY=0x25
#$Address2  -W 43:$SpeedY:b 

$AddressI  -W 10:00:b
$AddressI  -W 11:00:b
$AddressI  -t "1=1+  2=1- 3=12+"
$AddressI  -W 11:20:b
$AddressI  -t "4=12- 5=2+ 6=2-"

Rot=0x200
#Rot2=0x400
#Rot3=0x100 
  
while true; do
   Button=`$AddressI -R 30:b` 

  if [ $Button  = "20" ]; then
    $Address -W 42:$Rot:i
  fi 

  if [ $Button  = "10" ]; then
    $Address -W 42:-$Rot:i
 fi 

  if [ $Button  = "08" ]; then
    $Address -W 42:$Rot:i
    $Address2 -W 42:$Rot:i
  fi 

  if [ $Button  = "04" ]; then
    $Address -W 42:-$Rot:i
    $Address2  -W 42:-$Rot:i
  fi 

  if [ $Button  = "02" ]; then
    $Address2  -W 42:$Rot:i
  fi 

  if [ $Button  = "01" ]; then
     $Address2 -W 42:-$Rot:i
  fi 

  sleep 1
done


The most part of the script is just the same as the one explained at blog 15. The text:

$AddressI  -W 11:00:b
$AddressI  -t "1=1+  2=1- 3=12+"
$AddressI  -W 11:20:b
$AddressI  -t "4=12- 5=2+ 6=2-"

I made to make clear for which button does what. So, button 1 makes it rotate it 0x200 ( 90 degrees ). And button 2 makes it rotate -0x200 ( 90 degrees the other way ). It should be that with -0x200 should be rotating to the right. But if that isn't so you maybe have to change a cable. With 12+ and 12- I want to make clear that both button 1 and 2 are going the same way. ( I didn't know an other short way to do make clear that they are both rotating )

For now I just let the script rotate 90 degrees, but you can of course change the rot names in the command to make another button let the stepper motor rotate 180 degrees )

Rot=0x200
#Rot2=0x400
#Rot3=0x100 
27FETsStepperMotorsV.jpg