thx MAX............i will try sooner..........thx again alotA computer signal RS232 just carries the position/rate information, the motor will receive this via a drive of some kind, from simple step/dir, PWM etc.
If by computer you mean a PC, look up Mach3 software, it is free and is a PC positioning program via the P.C parallel port.
But requires drives of some kind to drive the motor, the size of these will depend on the current rating of the selected motor.
If you wish to do it with serial signal then it can be done via RS232 and a small microprocesor with a MAX232 IC for reception.
The reception term for serial is known as the Baud rate which equals the number of bits/second.
Some terms to look up are Baud rate, step/dir, PWM drive etc.
i meant self controlled or software controlled battery.......................anyway actually wants to know there is a range of current flow in high level and low level logical values(im talking abt rs 232 txd and rxd pins data traveling)Battery is the wrong term, they are both means of serial communication between PC and other systems.
What you do with the information is up to the manufacturer of the device.
Thanks MaxThe +-ve is to supply a5vdc limited power to the peripheral device.
I suggest you search some of the IC manufacturers devices for information on interfacing.
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