Stepper motor control with arduino - Attiny84 & A4988

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Stepper Motor driver board with Attiny84 mcu and A4988 driver.
This stepper control board has been designed to offer ready to use manual control for your stepper motor. An Attiny84 microcontroller is used which means that you can change the firmware yourself to program the board. This is using Arduino IDE. Other options are possible such as using the board with serial or i2c communications.

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Arduino Stepper Control Board

Stepper Motor driver board with Attiny84 mcu and A4988 driver.
This stepper control board has been designed to offer ready to use manual control for your stepper motor. An Attiny84 microcontroller is used which means that you can change the firmware yourself to program the board. This is using Arduino IDE. Other options are possible such as using the board with serial or i2c communications.


Manual Controls:

  • Potentiometer for speed.
  • 2 Push buttons.
  • Slider switch for direction selection.

More information on this wiki page
  • Direction controlled from either Attiny84 mcu or slide switch.
  • 30V max power supply.
  • 2.1mm DC power socket connector.
  • Step resolution can be configured with jumpers.
  • Two digital I/O available for alternative use (i2c/ serial port/external sensors/ external switch).
  • Sold flashed with a basic sketch to run the motor at various speeds. Download default Sketch.

    NOTE: A programmer board is required to program the Atiny84 with Arduino IDE. We do sell these programmer board. Enquire within or check other items for sale.


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Stepper motor control with arduino - Attiny84 & A4988

Stepper motor control with arduino - Attiny84 & A4988

Stepper Motor driver board with Attiny84 mcu and A4988 driver.
This stepper control board has been designed to offer ready to use manual control for your stepper motor. An Attiny84 microcontroller is used which means that you can change the firmware yourself to program the board. This is using Arduino IDE. Other options are possible such as using the board with serial or i2c communications.

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