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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Rpi GPIO Interface L298N DC Motor Driver Troubleshooting Problem

I have used the raspberry pi for almost 5 months now, so I could say I am new. Everything was fine at the start but when I built a car my motors will not spin. I am using DC motors (approximately 9V)...
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Why don't my motors rotate?

I know I asked this question before, but this time I will give a more clearer description. I have been using the raspberry pi for approximately 6 months now. I am making a very simple robot car that ...
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How to control unipolar/bipolar stepper/stepping motors such as 28BYJ48 using motor drivers such as L293D

So I'm having issues with controlling the motor with this ic. I have got it to work when it was unipolar with the uln2003. I slit the red wire so there are only 4,two windings. Measured ohms across ...
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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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Sg 5010 servo 360 degree modification not working [closed]

As per the video tutorials out there, I opened the motor, took out the potentiometer and measured its resistance at max. Its a b5k pot so it measured 5kohm I put 2.5k ohm from each pin (s and -) and ...
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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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rPi2 model B v1.1 smoke comes out near power port

I am trying to control 2 motors using the E-gizmo Motor driver shield but suddenly smoke comes out near the power port of the raspberry pi 2 so I immediately unplugged the power supply. After that, I ...
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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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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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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) ...
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part incompatibilities

I am trying to control a 4.5V motor with a pi. I am going to use this to control the motor: https://www.ebay.com/itm/2X-L298N-Dual-H-Bridge-DC-Stepper-Motor-Driver-Controller-Board-Arduino/...
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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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control motor with raspberry pi and pi4j 2.0

I want to control a motor and a servo motor using a Raspberry Pi. As I searched, all projects are for pi4j v1.0. I'll be grateful if you guide me. Thanks in advance.
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