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Member #774109

Member Since: February 13, 2016

Country: United States

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  • Hello! A few days ago i ordered the Big easy driver - ROB-12859 for stepper motors and also the NEMA 23 stepper motor - ROB-13656. I know that the big easy driver requires a voltage supply of 8v - 35v on the M+ motor power pin. and this stepper motor is rated at 3.2v. My question is, is it safe to use a 12v power supply in order to power this stepper motor through the big easy driver using the motor power pin (M+) ? I am concerned i might damage the motor if i am supplying it with too much voltage, or does the big easy driver regulate this voltage? If i cant do this then how would i get this motor to work if the supply needs to be within 8v - 35v ? Thanks!

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