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    Quote Originally Posted by winch1 View Post
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    Please find short vid attached re noise as requested.
    If the motor in the video is always stepping and just changes step rate, then your hearing the motor step. Has nothing to do with the toshiba. If when the clik is slow the toshiba is not getting step pulses, then there is an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winch1 View Post
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    Please find short vid attached re noise as requested.
    Yeh, that is kinda noisey. Could it be from making on perf board?



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    Quote Originally Posted by pminmo View Post
    If the motor in the video is always stepping and just changes step rate, then your hearing the motor step. Has nothing to do with the toshiba. If when the clik is slow the toshiba is not getting step pulses, then there is an issue.
    There are no missed steps and without any step input pulses the motor is locked and silent, so I guess all is as it should be. I have found circuit layout and component spec is important with the 6560, but what a great chip for 24 volt systems if high speed is not necessary.
    Thanks for your prompt replies and interest.



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    Quote Originally Posted by winch1 View Post
    ... but what a great chip for 24 volt systems if high speed is not necessary.
    Thanks for your prompt replies and interest.
    If you use the TB6560A, so you can use up to 34 V DC.

    LazyBee



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    Someone posted in a different thread about the 6560 chip, he said it ran quietly-

    Quote Originally Posted by cartasu View Post
    I ve bought a four axis controller bord with tb6560HQ´s on it and it works quiet and great and after some badly running L297\L6203 selfmade solutions, this is it.
    So I did buy eight of theese smileys, to create my own PCB.
    Yet I started layouting, with the chip in a lying position to use both copper layers, with the chip in a hole in the pcb plain, looks nice. Now I am struggeling with the direct control via digital Joystick. Seven comparators and some and´s giving direction- ,and using a 555 the clock-signal (here I had to change some)
    found this on the web, have a look and tell me some
    http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showth...478#post720478



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    Default Anyone know what the 74HC08 is used for in calladon1's circuit?

    Quote Originally Posted by celladon1 View Post
    Added the values of resistors R5...R10 to the sch. A brd changed a pay again.
    The input to the 74HC08 has a resistor,diode and a cap.

    Has anyone built and tested this board?

    B0SC0



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    Quote Originally Posted by B0SC0 View Post
    The input to the 74HC08 has a resistor,diode and a cap.

    Anyone know what the 74HC08 is used for in celladon1's circuit?

    Has anyone built and tested this board?

    B0SC0
    Anyone???



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    Quote Originally Posted by B0SC0 View Post
    Anyone???
    What circuit? Do you have a link?



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    Quote Originally Posted by H500 View Post
    What circuit? Do you have a link?
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    http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=147

    B0SC0



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    Unfortunately, I don't have Eagle set up on my computer.



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    I have followed this thread a long time. I had posted here before and even done some layout in preparation for making a few boards. I stopped it because I can now get the driver, a three axis board (or four), on Ebay cheaper than the parts will cost me at Digi-Key.

    Yoram

    Just increased my count by one. :)


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    Does or should signal/5v supply ground be connected to the same ground as the motor supply ground?

    I'm sure it wouldn't hurt if they were connected, but I'm trying to design a super simple single sided board for the chip, and it's getting in my way.



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