Hello everybody,😀 I am carrying out my project and continue in this discussion. I haven't been able to get a soft motion limit switch to work yet, but for now I can do without it. now I need help on controlling a DC motor through codesys, do you think if I connect a BTS7960 to a raspberry I can control it with softmotion? I put some photos to better understand (the motor is a 895 360w, so with a very high load). I trust in your precious help.🙏
Hello , in fact that's what I want to do, but reading the guide of this link https://forge.codesys.com/drv/sm3raspistepper/home/Home/, it says that the GP i / o cannot be used together with softomotion, I don't know if there is an alternative way to connect other inputs / outputs besides the engines.
Thanks for the time you are dedicating to me. I connected the limit switch input to a GP i/o input of the Raspberry, what I can't do is define the pin in the SMC_homing fb, what I have to write to ensure that my PIN 4 is active and reads the limit switch? It might be trivial, but these are my first steps on codesys.
Hi everyone, I state that I am taking my first steps on everything that is electronic and programmable. I'm trying to move a stepper motor (nema17-200step / rev-1.5A) with a raspberry pi4 and a drv8825 driver. I followed this https://forge.codesys.com/drv/sm3raspistepper/home/Home/, and managed to spin the motor, I would like to ask you experts if there is any way I can use a home switch to reset the motor position. Following what is written in the link posted above, I read that softmotion has exclusive...