StepMotor Driver

SKU:M039

Description

StepMotor Driver is adapted to M5 core series, the HR8825 chip solution provides a 3-way bipolar stepper motor control interface. You can implement independent control or multi-axis motor linkage after this module is stacked with M5 core series of the internal ESP32 generates signals directly to the driver chip.

This module integrated TCA9554 IO expansion chip provides 4 sets of input signal terminals + 3 sets of stepper motor subdivision control + 1 set of drive chip enable control, through the I2C interface control, can monitor and control the 8 expansion IO state, as well as for external limit switch, dynamic subdivision adjustment, motor braking. Integrated PWR485 communication interface (RS485 + 9-24V power input) and DC-JACK, which can be used for communication and more flexible power supply. Download the UIFLOW and you're ready to go!

With ESP32-GRBL firmware, web control. It can be easy to configure signal output and very useful when you need to position something very accurately. such as:printers, robotic arms, etc.

Note:
It is forbidden to plug or unplug the motor when it is powered on. All operations should be performed after the device is powered off to avoid damage to the module.

Product Features

  • Three-axis HR8825 stepper motor driver
  • Suitable for bipolar stepper motors
  • With current regulating potentiometer per circuit, drive current up to 1.5A
  • Support various subdivision modes, up to 1/32 STEP subdivision
  • Multiple signal input interfaces
  • PWR485 communication interface (RS485 + 9-24V power input)
  • DC-JACK terminal input (9-24V)
  • Built-in DCDC, integrated 9-24V to 5V circuit
  • Development platform.
    • Arduino, UIFlow

Included

  • 1x StepMotor Driver
  • 4x 2.54-2P terminals
  • 3x 2.54-4P terminals
  • 1x 3.96-4P terminals

Applications

  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • CNC engraving machine control
  • Motion Module Control

Similar products comparison

Features GRBL 13.2 MODULE STEPMOTOR DRIVER
Control method I2C communication Pulse signal
Firmware program Onboard STM32, built-in GRBL firmware No firmware, can be driven by ESP32 direct signal
Number of modules that can be stacked 2 1
Driver IC DRV8825 HR8825
Subdivision adjustment DIP switch TCA9554 chip control
Interface 3 groups of limit switch interfaces 4 groups of custom signal input interfaces + RS485 communication interface

Specifications

Specifications parameters
Stepper motor driver chip HR8825
IO Expansion Chip TCA9554
Support for segmentation FULL、1/2、1/4、1/8、1/16、1/32
Maximum drive current per channel 1.5A
Input Signal Terminal Specifications 2.54-2P
Motor terminal specifications 2.54-4P
RS485 terminal specifications 3.96-4P
Net weight 40g
Gross weight 60g
Product Dimensions 54.2 * 54.2 * 13.2mm
Packaging size 95 * 65 * 25mm

Microstep truth table

M2 M1 M0 Resolution
0 0 0 FULL
0 0 1 1/2
0 1 0 1/4
0 1 1 1/8
1 0 0 1/16
1 0 1 1/32
1 1 0 1/32
1 1 1 1/32

TCA9554寄存器

I2C Addr: 0x27

Use register 0x00 when reading status
Use register 0x01 when writing status
Configure the corresponding bit in register 0x02 to 1 to achieve polarity inversion, and configure it to 0 to not reverse Turn to
The corresponding bit in the register 0x03 is configured as 1 for input mode, and 0 for output mode.
The pin relationship corresponding to the above register bytes is shown in the table below.

Bit Desc R/W
7 P7 Subdivision adjustment bit M0 R/W
6 P6 Subdivision adjustment bit M1 R/W
5 P5 Subdivision adjustment bit M2 R/W
4 P4 DRV EN driver chip enable R/W
3 P3 input signal 3 R/W
2 P2 input signal 2 R/W
1 P1 input signal 1 R/W
0 P0 input signal 0 R/W

Pin Mapping

  • HR8825
CORE G16 G12 G15 G17 G13 G0
HR8825 X STP X / / DIR X / /
HR8825 Y / STP Y / / DIR Y /
HR8825 Z / / STP Z / / DIR Z
  • RS485
CORE G34 G26 GND
RS485 TX RX GND
  • TCA9554
CORE G21 G22 5V GND
TCA9554 SDA SCL VIN GND

Schematics

Example

Note:
ESP32-GRBL & WEB-UI The program requires the use of ESP32 board management 1.0.3 version, which is higher It may not compile normally. Please refer to ESP32-GRBL-WIKI for instructions on use and WEB-UI control

Video