old steppermotor

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  1. almaand

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    Hi allI have a bunch of a STEP- SYN stepping motor type 103-710-7 ( SANYO DENKI CO.,LTD ) with 8 wires

    I want to run the motor in bipolar configuration to achive max torque!


    I'm able to find the corresponding leads for eatch coil, and but how do I determinate witch coils to wire up in parallel to to achive this?

    The corresponding coils and wires are:
    Red - redhwite
    Black- blackwhite
    yellow- yellowwhite
    orange- orangewhite

    Thanks in advance
    Jens
     
  2. bance

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  3. GopherT

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    If you have a bunch of the same, take one apart and take the mystery out of the process. If you do it carefully, you don't even have to sacrifice it.
     
  4. mcgyvr

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    Just use a multimeter (set to measure resistance) and keep probing the wire pairs till you find the ones that show resistance..
     
  5. cmartinez

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    This is the conventional wiring of standard stepper motors. You should be able to identify each wire with an ordinary multimeter.


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