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Is that the same stepper motor that you have? If you suddenly switch off the power, there will be some residual current in the motor coil which attempts to continue to flow. Do you not think that if I knew what I was doing, it would all be working, and I wouldn’t need to post here?

Check the specs in the datasheet. Otherwise your ground floats and the noise in the circut causes the motor to vibrate.

And even that much is not good for the Arduino to deliver on a regular basis. And the motor didn’t even budge. Now it all makes sense. It can be driven in full-step or half-step, which is essentially saying that you drive the motor with just 1 phase at a time, or 2 phases at a time.

But, with 4-wire stepper motors, you never have all 4 channels active at the same time.

80 V/1.25 A Peak Current Full Bridge FET Driver

At any rate, you should be fine, the H-Bridge should be able to handle that motor. Just because a device is a 5V motor does not mean that every 5V power source is going to be able to power it. I then hooked up the H-Bridge, but because of my limited knowledge of it, nothing seemed to work. An H-bridge is the arrangement of transistors or switches in the form of an ‘H’ that lets you drive current across the load in either direction. Why tell someone they don’t know what they are doing when that’s the reason they are asking the question.


DIS high overrides all other inputs. The H-Bridge datasheet says it’ll handle 1. PaulS Brattain Member Posts: Also, I’m a little confused about how you intend to drive your motor. The motor coils are essentially an inductor, which resists sudden changes in current flow.

HIPIPZ datasheet, Pinout ,application circuits 80 V/ A Peak Current Full Bridge FET Driver

That’s to be expected. If BHI Pin 2 is driven high or not connected. The Wikipedia article http: So, with the supply wires, do I “turn those on” when I want it to stop spinning, to just get it to hold something?

I’ve never needed any additional circuitry to get my H-Bridges working. And looking at the datasheet for the bridge, I’m confused as to whether I need the bootstrap pins, and the delay. Connect negative side of bootstrap. To get it working initially, I just connect the 4 control wires directly my Arduino output pins, and dahasheet just worked.

Ok, that didn’t wok I can’t open the datasheet for the motor — it crashes my browser every time.

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Positive supply to control logic and lower gate drivers. External bootstrap diode and capacitor are required.

It always drains through the path of least resistance, which may be through your Arduino board if you don’t protect it from doing so. Do you understand the difference between voltage and current? A 40mA pin is limited to 40mA. I also hooked up a 12V battery, and used the VIN pin, to try get more power and still it didn’t move.


Why are there not equal numbers or integer ratios? The motor datasheet says you can use up to a max of mA per phase in the motor coils. All drivers turn-off with no adjustable delay, so the DEL resistor guarantees no shoot-through by delaying the turn-on.

Logic level input that controls BLO driver Pin De-couple this pin to V. If the stepper motor needs 15A, 40mA is like a gnat trying to push an elephant. The pin can be driven by signal levels of 0V to 15V no greater than.

Usually motor coils do not provide very much resistance. I put the two resistors in before leading the 5V into the transistors, which stopped them from heating up, but still nothing in the motor.

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However, if you leave one of the coils energized, there datasyeet be resistance when you try to spin the motor shaft by hand. This could cause your motor to warm up, if you’re running it with a lot of current.

One of the biggest gotchas for using H-Bridges is that you need to link your H-Bridge’s ground to the Arduino ground. When the coils of the stepper motor are un-energized, the motor should spin freely. You are using the transistor to turn on current flow from a low current source – the Arduino.