Daughter board motor control version 3
- GPIO DIO7_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO5_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO4_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO3_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO2_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO1_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- GPIO DIO0_N of RedPitaya (connector E1) on P2
- stepper A1 on P6
- stepper A2 on P6
- stepper B1 on P6
- stepper B2 on P6
This daughter board is for driving stepper motor MDL-motor_v2 and generate the command pulse for the pulser. An arduino is pluged on socket P6 and P7, a stepper driver pololu A4988 is plugged on socket P3 and P4 and stepper motor is plugged on socket P5. Instruction about the orientation of them is writen on the PCB.
Socket P2 is used to connect the RedPitaya with this daughter_board, follow MDL-motor_control find corresponding GPIO of the RedPitaya.
Connector P2 is link to RedPitaya such on following image.
The piece on the left of the image can be cut from a matrix board like for the mother board, the soldering track are on the top of this piece. There are two sockets 1*13 solder on it, don't forget to cut the tracks between these two socket (cut represent by the green line).
For the moment, the PCB of this daugther board is not disponible, so one have to make it himself with a matrix board. To do this, follow the following schemes.
Cuts of tracks that must be done are represented by green lines and red lines with red dots represent wires that are used to link some tracks, the hole where they have to be soldering are representing by the red dots.
Connectors P1 to P7 are represented in light blue and hole where to solder the different components are represented by hard blue dots.
Not that capacitor C2, C4 and C5 are not put/solder on this hand making board.