28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor 5V
The 28BYJ-48 is a small, cheap, 5 volt geared stepping motors. These stepping motors are apparently widely used to control things like automated blinds, A/C units and are mass produced.
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|Motor Type||Unipolar stepper motor|
|Connection Type||5 Wire Connection (to the motor controller)|
|Voltage||5 Volts DC|
|Step mode||Half-step mode recommended (8 step control signal sequence)|
|Step angle||Half-step mode: 8 step control signal sequence (recommended) 5.625 degrees per step / 64 steps per one revolution of the internal motor shaftFull Step mode: 4 step control signal sequence 11.25 degrees per step / 32 steps per one revolution of the internal motor shaft|
|Gear ratio||Manufacturer specifies 64:1. Some patient and diligent people on the Arduino forumshave disassembled the gear train of these little motors and determined that the exact gear ratio is in fact 63.68395:1. My observations confirm their findings. These means that in the recommended half-step mode we will have:64 steps per motor rotation x 63.684 gear ratio = 4076 steps per full revolution (approximately).|
|Wiring to the ULN2003 controller||A (Blue), B (Pink), C (Yellow), D (Orange), E (Red, Mid-Point)|
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