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1. Click connect button
2. After connected successfully, pick a firmware
3. Click the burn button
4. After burning successfully, Unplug the device and restart.
GRBL 13.2 is a three-axis stepper motor driver module in the M5Stack stacking module series. It uses an ATmega328P-AU controller with three sets of DRV8825PWPR stepper motor driver chip control ways, which can drive three bipolar steppers at the same time.
Using the I2C communication interface (default address:0x70) and integrated DIP switch for adjusting motor step subdivision (maximum support of 1/32 step subdivision) and I2C address adjustment (support dual address adjustment 0x70, 0x71), You can achieve six-axis control by stacking two GRBL 13.2 modules.
The power input interface is DC/9-24V, the motor drive current can reach 1.5A, and three sets of limit switch signal interfaces are open, which can be used to connect an external limit switch (active low) to realize the motor braking function. Suitable for a variety of stepping motor motion control scenarios, such as printers, robotic arms, etc.
|Motor driver chip||DRV8825PWPR|
|Maximum drive current of single channel||1.5A|
|Support maximum step subdivision||1/32|
EasyLoader is a concise and fast program writer, which has a built-in case program related to the product. It can be burned to the main control by simple steps to perform a series of function verification. Please install the corresponding driver according to the device type. M5Core host Please click here to view the CP210X driver installation tutorial
Press the button to drive the three-axis stepping motor to rotate, when the lock occurs, press the button C to unlock
|0||0||0||Full step (2-phase excitation) with 71% current|
|0||0||1||1/2 step (1-2 phase excitation)|
|0||1||0||1/4 step (W1-2 phase excitation)|
GrblControl.h-API //Initialize void Init(); //Initialize, and set the three-axis step length and acceleration. void Init(uint32_t x_step, uint32_t y_step,uint32_t z_step,uint32_t acc); //Gocde void Gcode(char *c); //Control x, y, z offset and motor speed void SetMotor(int x=0, int y=0, int z=0, int speed=300);
'$x=value' to set parameter or just '$' to dump current settings