Questions tagged [dc-motor]

DC motors are commonly used in robotics and vehicles. They come in brushed and brushless versions; the latter also includes stepper motors. Note they are distinct from servos, for which there is a separate tag.

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Gyroscope stops working

I am makeing drone with raspberry pi 2. I`am useing MPU6050 gyroscope and 4 2200kv motors with 30A drivers. When motors does not working gyroscope is working normal, but when I turn on motors ...
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brushless dc motor connection

i am connecting 2 brushless dc motors to a raspberry pi B and need help on connecting the correct pins . I saw a video on how to connect one motor but don’t know which ones to use to connect the ...
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Is it possible to move a stepper motor to a specific angle?

For Example: move.stepper(90°) #stepper now points to the east time.sleep(1) move.stepper(180°) #stepper now points to the south time.sleep(1) move.stepper(263°) #stepper now pointing to 263° I ...
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Avoiding voltage drops when simultaneously using multiple DRV8833 motor drivers

I am using three DRV8833 motor drivers. The power supply is currently a usb cable with the ground and power connected to a breadboard with the three motor drivers attached to them. When powering all ...
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5V Relay only works if VCC is 3.3V

I am very new to all of this, so please excuse if this is a very basic question. I am trying to power a tiny water pump with my raspberry pi. For that I need the 3.3V or 5V output, because the GPIO ...
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Raspberry Pi Model B Current Overdraw from 3.3V Pin

I am using RPi3 ModelB V1.2 for a motor control project. I am connecting Pin1 (3.3V) for power to a micro dc motor. The current drawn by the motor is approx ~70 mA whereas the RPi sources mention that ...
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Motor controller for Raspberry Pi 3 has no effect on attached motors. (Drok XY-160D Board) [duplicate]

I believe this code is correct. I am working connected to the Pi through SSH and tried running it through the Mu shell. Motor controller is hooked up to a 12V power supply. If it helps, I noticed the ...
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Raspberry Pi connected to Motor Controller- Getting error in code

*Hi, I am getting this code error: *blink.py:25: RuntimeWarning: This channel is already in use, continuing anyway. Use GPIO.setwarnings(False) to disable warnings.* GPIO.setup(ENA1,GPIO.OUT) ...
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Mechanics required for a stepper motor [closed]

I am making an elevator controlled by a raspberry pi zero and driven by a stepper motor. I have managed to get the engine working using a python script and an MPC28017 pin expander (i2c protocol). ...
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making a DC motor spin both ways

I week ago, I got my raspberry pi, connected it to a DC motor, and made the DC motor spin using python. now, I'm trying to get the motor spinning both ways. I have tried but failed. What is the best ...
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regulating the speed of a motor connected to a TB-6612 FNG motor driver using the pwm output generated by the pca9685 multichannel servodriver

I understand that this type of usage is not typical for the pca9685. I am trying to use one of the pwm pins of the pca9685 to regulate the speed of a motor. As for now the motor works regularly if ...
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Connect 5V DC fans to a Raspberry Pi 4

I wish to connect four 5V DC fans (each one current is ~0.1-0.15A) to a Raspberry Pi 4. As I can not add another power supply (PSU) beside the one of the raspberry Pi 4, I was thinking to connect them ...
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RPi drives motors on L298n for a few seconds and then stops

I am trying to make a Robotic Car using 4 motors and L298n for a motor driver. The motor specifications as listed on the purchase site are given below: Operating Voltage: 3V~6V DC Gear Ratio 1:48 No-...
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How to detect an electric current in a secondary circuit (12v)?

I want to detect if there is an electric current in the wire where I wrote "here > > > > > >" (on the image) The secondary circuit is a 12v circuit. How can I do this ? ...
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How do i properly daisy chain two motor drivers that both provide power to the Pi zero-w? [closed]

I am using two waveshare dual motor drivers to drive a total of 3 motors with room for another one. The HATs can be placed on top of each other as they have adjustable i2c addresses. I am planning on ...
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Is it ok to power L298N 5V from Raspberry Pi 4 5V GPIO? (or use 6V for L298N power supply?)

Disclaimer: I am a very beginner in electronics and experiencing it's first steps into Raspberry Pi and its functionalities. So, please forgive me any rookie mistakes and correct me if I have any ...
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Delay/Lag when controlling motors with arduino from raspberry pi

I'm making a car-type-thingy where I control motors connected to an arduino with a raspberry pi via serial communication. I'm using the adafruit motor shield to control the motors. I want to control ...
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How can I connect Raspberry Pi to L293D motor driver shield?

I am new to Raspberry Pi and I'm trying to connect my Raspberry Pi 4 to an L293D motor driver shield. I have scourged the internet for circuit diagrams but I have only found either L293D IC or L298N ...
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Using a motor driver such as the L298N with only one GPIO pin

I am currently working on a project that requires many different motors to be powered by a raspberrypi. Common drivers like the L298N use two gpio pins to drive a single motor in a direction, the ...
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Raspberry Pi & Motor Control [closed]

I am looking to use raspberry pi to control a motor that has multiple speeds but want all speed and timing to be controlled on the pi. Would the proper setup be a breadboard with a servo motor ...
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Using DC motors on a PI

first question here. Ive looked through some of the otehr answers Project - a two axis solar tracker that calculates the position of the sun and drives two actuators. I started with a PCduino and ...
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Raspberry Pi3 - Controlling 4 DC motors

I need to feed 4 DC motors of 5V on my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B using PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). Currently, I have the next components: 2 NPM transistors, 1 L293D integrated circuit, resistors (220 ...
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How to disable output to serial (GPIO) during boot

I'm trying to drive a motor control over the Raspberry Pi's GPIO serial pins (GPIO 14 and 15) I've disabled the serial console, however, during bootup of the Raspberry PI, it still sends data over ...
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Issues with Throttle Control on ESC with RPi 3B+

I am using the 30A BLDC ESC to control a brushless motor from my Raspberry Pi 3 B+. The documentation for the ESC can be found here: ESC pdf I seem to have successfully calibrated the ESC, but after ...
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brushless motor overheating when connected to l298n motor driver

I am using a brushless motor such as this one and am trying to drive it in both directions using a l298n mini motor driver. However, when connecting the motor to the board and the board to the 5v ...
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How can I prevent motor drivers back powering my Raspberry Pi

I have a Raspberry Pi 4B controlling an L298N module. I also have 2 cell batteries powering both. The cell batteries power the Pi through the 40 pin connector. The motor driver is powered by the cell ...
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Running pump & servo - Relay needed?

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab So I am working on a project that will require both a servo motor plus a small water pump. Both run on 3.7 -6v and I am going to use ...
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Need to control a simple RC car using my Pi. Can't I directly connect it to the Pi's GPIO pins?

I wanted to do a project where I can self drive my RC car using machine learning. However I have never used a Pi before and im not sure how to proceed. Here are the basics of what i have right now. ...
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Can I reliably control four ESC with a servo driver board?

Im currently looking into building a quadcopter from scratch. The Raspberry Pi only has two PWM pins though, which isn't enough. And software PWM isn't great either, because you can't control a motor ...
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pigpio: Read PWM from RCcontroller then send to ESC via GPIO

Im trying to learn Python by combining my interest in designing an AWD radio controlled car (3D printed, Im decent with Fusion 360 too) with some smarts from Pi/Python to allow things like software ...
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Can powering a DC motor through the USB ports of my Raspberry Pi Damage the Pi?

I'm working on a project that contains two DC motors and a Raspberry Pi, I do not have other components like Relay, Motor Drivers, transistors etc. I am aware that powering a motor directly from an ...
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Rpi python GPIO PWM control L298 and PCA9685 motor HAT

I need to find out which GPIO pin on the raspberry pi will be connected to which module when I fit the Adeept Motor Hat v2.0 on the 40 GPIO pins. I am attaching the image and the schematic of the ...
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Robot Buggy Not Moving Once Set On Surface

I am using the standard tools and setup to make a Raspberry Pi robot buggy: 2 Miniature Brushless DC Motor 3 to 6V 2 Wheels Raspberry Pi L298N Motor Driver( with its battery pack connected) I have ...
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Rpi python GPIO PWM control L298N motor direction and speed problem

I am unable to understand parts of the code #!/usr/bin/python3 # File name : motor.py # Description : Control Motors # Website : www.adeept.com # E-mail : support@adeept.com # Author ...
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Rpi python using L298 motor driver and PCA9685 servo controller to change speed and diretion of robot car

I am unable to understand the code provided with the raspberry pi robo kit I got. I need help in understanding the code as I am new to raspberry. Thanks! #!/usr/bin/python3 # File name : ...
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Is it safe to use 3V3 on raspberry pi 3B+ to control a 3V DC motor?

I want to connect power to a 3V DC motor straight from 3v3 GPIO. Is it safe or will I brick my Pi 3B+ ?
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RasPi Drive RB-01 C073A

Does anyone have info on the RasPi Drive electronic controller motor Driver? I can't find information on how it should be connected between the RP 3 and a small DC motor.
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How to calculate the battery usage of raspberry pi with 2 motor drives

We have a raspberry pi 4 with 2 12v motor drive L298, 5 ultrasonic sensors, and raspberry pi camera but we need to know how to calculate the battery usage of all these chips, could anyone help with ...
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Driving 2 12v - 30A brushed DC motors with Raspberry Pi 3

For a robotic project we are building a security robot. As a base we bought one of those electric cars for 2 kids, where they can drive in themselves without a remote. We took it apart, and we now ...
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Unable to stop motor through GPIO in Python

I'm using an rPi to send a GPIO signal to a servo motor. When I run the program, the motor starts turning, and then continues without stopping, even if the program has terminated through the use of a ...
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Is L293DNE Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver Chip/Board also a 5V voltage regulator/converter to power the Raspberry Pi itself?

Have been reading many articles showing how to connect DC motors to the Raspberry Pi and of course a DC Motor Driver Chip/Board is needed to come between DC motors and the Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins to be ...
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What is the frequency and cycle length of the pigpio library?

I've got a raspi 3b with an esc and a brushless motor attached. I can run the motor using pigpio the following commands: # First start the pigpio daemon sudo pigpiod # calibrate the esc pigs s 12 ...
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Raspberrypi unable to read 2000 PPR encoder

I am using a DC motor attached with a 2000 PPR incremental encoder. I am using RPI to count the number of ticks, my code works fine but I am not able to calculate all the 2000 ticks. Any help would be ...
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Robot arm using “Solenoid”

I'm looking to create some kind of "pianoplaying" Pi robot. I started to look into ways to create some kind of "arm" that can make a lateral movement and came across solenoids.I'm looking to create ...
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Counting Two Pulses Generated By Rotating Motor

I want to Count pulses based on some Conditions which are: (1) Count all the rotations generated during motor Rotations. (2) Count all the motor rotation pulses when an additional signal is enabled. ...
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Rpi GPIOzero L298N DC Motor Driver Problem

I built a buggy: https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/build-a-buggy/2 it seems like it works correctly, except the motor doesn't stop even when I run robby.stop() is there some other command ...
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Raspberry pi robot wheels not moving

I need some help with a Raspberry Pi robot I am attempting to put together. I'm using an L298N h-bridge to manage both DC motor wheels. I have a simple python script on the Pi which should simply ...
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How to connect components of an RC (and rPi) car to the battery safely?

I am building an RC car from scratch. I have a 6v motor with an appropriate mdb, a 5v hobby servo, a raspberry pi zero w, and an 2200mAh 11.1v 50 C battery. I will upgrade the motor to a higher ...
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How to connect a M24 Multi Pin Connector to a Raspberry Pi

How do i connect a M24 Multipin Motor Plug Wire that is coming from a brushless motor to a raspberry Pi , I know i need to use an ESC however the wires attached to my brushless motor is a multipin ...
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How Can A L298N DC Motor Controller Module Fry My Rpi?

I have a fried Pie :( I used a 12 V power supply to this setup. Can you tell me what I did wrong. Here is my sample code in python: IN1- gpio18 / IN2 - gpio27 / EN - gpio5 GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BCM) ...