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QUOTE(george seifert @ Apr 10 2007, 01:36 PM)

Apply a DC voltage to the motor and it will turn.

And, don't forget... if you apply a negative voltage, it will spin backwards -- that's really important when you're trying to control position.

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QUOTE(Jim Kring @ Apr 10 2007, 01:41 PM)

And, don't forget... if you apply a negative voltage, it will spin backwards -- that's really important when you're trying to control position.

Also, have a switch in series with the DC power supply so that you can STOP the motor!

Regards,

Ashish

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Lab, before asking your next question please read the forum guidelines first.

You will learn that in general, forum users are not inclined to solve your homework projects for you.

At the very least, try to provide some example code.

Nullll, if you have the solution to the problem, by all means post it. We're here to learn from each other

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