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Trialnterror
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by Trialnterror »

Thank you Mike and Marty.
Trialnterror
Posts: 53
Joined: Sat Dec 14, 2019 2:21 pm
Acorn CNC Controller: Yes
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DC3IOB: No
CNC12: Yes
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Re: 5605D2 stepper driver

Post by Trialnterror »

martyscncgarage wrote: Sun Oct 10, 2021 2:51 pm +PUL to DB25 STEP
+Dir to DB25 DIR
-PUL to DB25 Pin 18-25 (COM)
-DIR to DB25 Pin 18-25 (COM)

IGNORE the ENA. The drive should be enabled by default.

Buy the DB25 male breakout board from Amazon
I hooked my drives exactly like Marty shows here, (common Cathode or common negative ) and I have movement! Thank you all for the help on this. When I started I had no idea that there was a thing as common Cathode or common anode but when I don’t understand something I go full nerd and research until I understand what I’m trying to do. Richard is correct above this drive has opto-couplers and can be hooked up either way. I did end up getting a manual but it’s in Chinese!
Again thank you all for the help!
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