Hi, I have been working on an automatic parking system and to control the motor drive Barrier I want to send an analog signal to the motor driver to switch on the barrier but being new to this I am using AD5667 I2C module.
I need some suggestion to make this module send an analog pulse to the motor driver
Advices will be very useful
Hi,I moved your question to its proper community Precision DACs.Regards,
Do you already have a controller? Which part exactly are you having difficulty?
Important things to keep in mind to make your setup functional:
-proper connectivity with the controller and also the supplies
-learn the basics of i2c, page 22 of the data sheet describes the i2c serial interface of AD5669R and write operation
-understand the contents of the input shift register of AD5669R together with the commands needed to control the output of AD5669R, this starts in page 23 of the data sheet.
Please let me know if you still have any other questions.
Hi, Actually I am new to this thing and just need to confirm whether it is possible to create the PWM which help to run the stepper motor?
Need some suggestion which helps me to send the PWM signal to the motor driver with which which motor is connected
Note: I am giving external power supply to stepper motors, I hope it won't affect the signal communication or if it is what measure should I take care of?
I do not think that driving a motor nor creating a PWM from a dedicated DAC is the optimal way for your design. What I suggest is to look for a controller with dedicated PWM for a more straighforward approach, you will also be needing a motor driver.
You may want to visit this community for your motor application concerns :)