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Thomas explains how to make a stepper motor turn within minutes using our TMC5130-EVAL-KIT and the free TMCL-IDE.
November 21, 2015 /
Jonas P. Proeger /
Categories: Products, Tutorial
Tags: Driver, evaluation, stepper motor, tmc5130, video
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Cutted the pcb from TMC5130.
The layout works controlled by pins: DIR, STEP
I want to control through RS485.
I do not know how to wrap pins TMS5130 I have set up to communicate with TMC5130.
Please help and a description of the pins which status L or H for RS485 communication.
Do TMC5130 have to be programmed to worked on RS485?
Can I get a diagram of the TMC5130 with connections for RS485 communications?
Everything good in the new 2017.
Thanks for your message.
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I am using TMCM 1110 first time and I want to stop motor at the same position after each complete rotation. Kindly guide me how I can write piece of Assembly code to do this task.
I am using ROR to move but every time it stops at different position.
thanks for using our TMCM 1110.
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We will get back to you shortly. (Sorry for the delay answering here!)
Best regards, Lisa
Hi Lisa, I sent email on 09th Feb 2017 but still I am waiting for reply. I received couple of emails that they would reply me in 24hr but now it is more than 3 weeks time. Kindly help me in this regards. Thanks
Hi, I forwarded your request to our Help Center.
And I see you have already started a conversation there.
Thanks Lisa, Today, I got reply!!!
The tmc5130 works well with the tmcl-ide program, but the tmc2660 does not work well with the tmc260x. Why?
Can you be more specific what exactly is not working for you? For support you can use our support offered on the webpage.
Is there a way (Serialprotocol or DLL or API or whatever) to control the Landungsbruecke connected via USB from other coding languages?
You can in general use TMCL to talk to the Landungsbruecke. You find a good documentation in the new nightly build on github of our TMCL IDE:
You find a folder “Documentation” that includes a chapter of TMCL related information.
Hope that helps.
Please use our support system to get further help if needed. The topic is not exactly related to the blog entry.
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