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Need help on this device Dc 5v 4-phase 5 wire stepper motor board + remote control

mrel

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Hi
Purchase from ebay come with no instruction,device Dc 5v 4-phase 5 wire stepper motor board + remote control wireless RC.
Anyone on this forum know how hookup this device
Enclosed two pictures.
There is two connectors on the board don't know what is use for.
Thank for the help.
mrel
 

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kellys_eye

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How not to take photos.......:rolleyes:

Anyway, where is the power connection? If we could 'see' the board we might be able to assist.
 

mrel

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How not to take photos.......:rolleyes:

Anyway, where is the power connection? If we could 'see' the board we might be able to assist.
Look at picture (2) show the board show two connectors ,don't know which one is the power connector.
mrel
 

mrel

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Look at picture (2) show the board show two connectors ,don't know which one is the power connector.
mrel

Look at picture (2) show the board show two connectors ,don't know which one is the power connector.
mrel
 

WHONOES

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Reminds me of fuzzy logic. What ever happened to that??
 

kellys_eye

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Look at picture (2) show the board show two connectors ,don't know which one is the power connector.
mrel
Hence my comment on the quality of the photo. If we could SEE the board we could figure out which connections are for power.
 

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Try these....:)
 

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kellys_eye

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Your supply to the board is correct but the stepper uses a separate supply input (motor power + and motor power -) and must also receive power - this can be a different supply than that of the +5V power to the board itself as many steppers operate at a voltage that is higher (up to 30V for example) than the actual board supply voltage.
 
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