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Stepping motor: mitsumi M42SP-5A. Motor Size: cm high by cm wide (shaft, gear and top plate, not calculated) This stepping motor have been removed. M42SP-6TA LOT NO.T 10(OHMS) Mitsumi stepper Motor 1: M42SP-5A Label ON MOTOR: STEPPING MOTOR MITSUMI M42SP-5A STEP LOT NO. The mitsumi M42sp-4np is a stepper motot available on various devices http://

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The M42SP-4NP is a standard, four-phase unipolar stepper motor that is easily controlled when buffered with an appropriate high-current driver ULN or similar suggested. I have searched all over the internet. How much harder are they to control than a unipolar? Buyer will receive any of the compatible part numbers or manufacturers listed 5w which will work with your current Printer. You must log in or register to reply here. Despite the modest body size o.

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Hi Brent, I can’t tell from the datasheet you provided, but I’d try checking for continuity between the motor case and one of the wires. Thank you for this!

And also tell me maximum pulse per second. I would like to first state that this is the first time I have attempted to use a stepper motor.

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The link ‘captainkirksdog’ posted should m4s2p helpful to you. Using n42sp conf I had to put wire of pin2 to hole 10 on arduino, and pin3 to hole 9. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Mitsumi m42sp-7 — Parallax Forums.


The case may be acting as the center tap on this one. The rotational angle and direction for each change step is determined by the construction of the motor as m42ep as the step pattern input. Monday, April 22, Wiring Mitsumi stepper M42sp-4np with arduino. Could I still run it directly from a PIC with an isolator circuit?

Instead the resistance reading go to zero or infinity. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to j42sp you logged in if you register.

I was sorta expecting at least 5 wires, one of the wires being ground and the other 4 being the different windings. Also, I have ,42sp that bipolar motors usually have only four wires.

Newer Post Older Post Home. As it’s only got four wires I would suspect it’s probably a bipolar motor, as you say the datasheet is very vague!. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. Potentiometer Questions Started by norbss Yesterday at I recycled a m42sp 4np motor from a scanner and my colors are these: Welcome to our site! Don’t know for sure, so keep trying. Forums New posts Search forums. Stepper motors have 4 or more wires going into them.


Mitsumi m42sp-7 — Parallax Forums Hello all, This stepper motor has only 4 wires, when from what I have seen I should expect four. I saw that it said unipolar also, but I would think that it should act differently on a tester if it was a unipolar. Superior running quietness and stability.

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Is mm42sp a bipolar motor? To participate you need to register. This mode requires more power, but it also offes more torque than Excitation. Not all motors with 4 or more wires are stepper motors.

Ussualy you can find somethign like this. There are only four wires. I am taking this to mean that it is a bipolar motor as Nigel suggested earlier. Hi, i have made a similar project with M35SP-9 Mitsumi http: It got me up and running right away. This is the m442sp tutorial I’ve seen.

Thanks again for you help!! Since you’re kinda new to the whole stepper motor thing, 5aa a link I supplied for an earlier post in one of the other forums. Stepping Motors – Parallax Inc. Click here to register now. I think I understand the pattern fine, but the wiring of this particular motor has me confused. Thanks for your replies!!