RISC-V is a new instruction set architecture (ISA) designed to be scalable for a wide variety of applications. Open-sources and easy to implement, it has been named the ISA for and by the people, free of those pesky licensing fees that can weigh heavy upon BOMs. Every embedded motor control solution contains hardware and software. […]
Today we show how to connect TRINAMIC’s TMC5072-EVAL via Single Wire UART to an Arduino Mega for basic operation. The wiring is limited to the basic functionality to communicate via Single Wire UART. Preperation To use the 5V version of the Arduino MEGA you have to resolder Resistor from position R3 to R8. This enables […]
Today we will wire up a TMC4361A-EVAL + TMC2130-EVAL combination to drive a stepper motor closed loop with an Arduino Uno. The encoder used for this test has a resolution of 10.000 cpr respective a resolution of 40.000. Preparation For this tutorial the Eselsbruecke got a soldered connection between +5V_USB (pin 5) to +5V_VM (pin […]
In this start up guide you get explained how to connect your Raspberry Pi 3 or 2 for the basic operation of the TMC5130-EVAL board. It will use the internal Motion Controller and +3V3 logic supply for the TMC5130. The wiring will be limited to the basic functionallity to communicate via SPI. The internal CLK […]
Only a few wires including an SPI port are required to control TMC5130-EVAL with your Arduino. Here are the few steps required to get started. Preparation If your Arduino is a 5V type you have to resolder one resistor on the TMC5130-EVAL from position R3 to R8. This sets the logic level of the TMC5130 to +5V. While by default […]
Do you love tinkering with machines, motors, and anything that moves? Are you a semiconductor or electronics geek who also likes to write? If so, Trinamic may be the right place for you. Trinamic is thirty-year old Hamburg, Germany-based “startup? that designs and builds the ICs and microsystems that connect the digital and physical worlds. […]
In this video Lars explains Trinamics spreadCycle™ & stealthChop™ technologies and shows stepper motors running without noise.