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Stepper Tutorials
Stepper Full-Step vs. Half-Step Excitation
Stepper Full-Step vs. Half-Step Excitation Tutorial Stepper motor modes: full-step vs. half-step excitation; how the two compare. Visit www.AnaheimAutomation.com for a large selection of high-quality stepper motor products, at low prices.
Stepper Motor Introduction
Stepper Motor Introduction Tutorial Important features of the stepper motor, a high-quality product available at Anaheim Automation. A wide variety of low-cost motion control products are available to choose from, along with the help of a friendly and knowledgeable technical staff.
Installing PCL601 Drivers
Installing PCL601 Drivers Tutorial This video will walk you through the steps of installing the drivers for the PCL601 on Windows 7.
4 Axis Stepper Control
4 Axis Stepper Control Tutorial This video demonstrates the configuration of PCL501 controllers to control a 4 axis system. This will cover the setup, the connection and instruction set. Our goal will be to slew all four axis simultaneously
Stepper Motor: Basics of Microstepping
Stepper Motor: Basics of Microstepping Tutorial This video explains the fundamentals of microstepping compared to full-step excitation.
How a Threaded Linear Actuator Runs
How a Threaded Linear Actuator Runs Tutorial This video demonstrates how a Threaded Linear Actuator motor runs. This is a normal step motor with a long threaded shaft. This type of stepper motor is typically used with a threaded nut that travels up and down the shaft.
How a Non-Captive Linear Actuator Stepper Motor Runs
How a Non-Captive Linear Actuator Stepper Motor Runs Tutorial This video shows how a Non Captive Linear Actuator moves. Both the shaft and the body needs to be secured for proper operation. When the shaft or motor body is not secured, it will spin freely. For this example, the shaft and motor body is secured (due to its weight and placement of wires), resulting it to move up and down the shaft
How a Captive Linear Actuator Runs
How a Captive Linear Actuator Runs Tutorial This video explains how the Captive Linear Actuator motor operates. An internal nut spins a threaded portion of the shaft. This is one feature that contributes to make the shaft come in and out of the motor. The other feature is the two notches that you see on both sides the shaft. These two notches "captures" the shaft and does not allow the shaft to rotate. Without the notch, it will cause the shaft to rotate in place.
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