Hello. I am looking to control 2 stepper motors using a LabVIEW program. The stepper motors are from LinEngineering and the stepper motor driver is. Stepper Motor Drives. NI stepper motors offer high torque, precision, and easy connectivity to NI stepper motor drives. You can quickly develop your precision stepper motion control system by combining the NI stepper motors with NI Motion Assistant, LabVIEW software, motion. 8 Feb The pulse required to run the stepper motor is generated using NI myRIO and interfaced with LabVIEW with the help of code generated in the system. The supply voltage is given to the motor through a voltage driver circuit and the motor's speed is controlled by varying the time delay in the LabVIEW.
27 Apr Hello everyone! I hope you all will be absolutely fine and having fun. Today, I am going to share my knowledge about how to make a simple Virtual Instrument (VI) for Stepper Motor Direction Control in LabVIEW. In my previous tutorial, I have worked on Stepper Motor Direction Control using Arduino. Test setup I: Build a stepper motor driver interface and control a small 2-phase, bipolar stepper motor using LabVIEW through digital output of a DAQ (Data Acquisition) card for full, half and micro-stepping in both clockwise and counter- clockwise directions. Figure 1-A Small Stepper Motor Purchased from Danaher Motion2. Jova Solutions TIMS™ single axis stepper motor controllers are low cost “ plug and play” solutions for operating small to midsize stepping motors. A USB interface, now Instrument Driver Library. The TIMS stepper motor controler comes with a DLL driver and complete LabVIEW instrument driver library.
26 Feb CONTROL STEPPER MOTOR SPEED WITH LABVIEW AND ARDUINO · PID ( Proportional–Integral–Derivative) Controller. About: I ain't no physicist, but I knows what matters.:p By the way, I'm an Electronic Engineer. Interested in Electronic Hobby's and DIY Projects. I'm Focusing mostly on Simulations of. For a school project, my group is trying to make a 3D printer and we need to run 4 stepper motors (3 for motion and 1 for the extruder) using myRIO. Since we would need 4 drivers to run each motor, we are thinking of using a combination of these following adaptors. We are also wondering how could we.