[chbot] Very cool..
chris at trash.co.nz
Thu Sep 25 01:50:50 BST 2014
I didn't follow any of the links.
Hmmm. 270 steppers, 540 H bridge drivers, or 1080 low side drivers.
This is not trivial.
Anyone got some veroboard? :-)
On 25/09/14 08:32, Ivo Gorny wrote:
> That is really cool -
> digging through the links brings up this one
> And the 6407R009 is a dual stepper with two concentric shafts for
> dashboard instruments.
> 5 V, and a max. current of 35mA which is exactly what a 74HCT595
> serial shift register delivers.
> Sweet. Where can one get a handful of these steppers ;-) ???
> Cheers, Ivo
> On 23/09/2014 10:23 p.m., Chris Hellyar wrote:
>> Not strictly robotics, but a neat bit of automation/control...
>> Unsure what the control mechanism is. 135 dials, you'd home there's
>> something cleverer than 270 steppers / servos in there. :-)
>> Cheers, Chris H.
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