Hi Berkeman, thanks for you replies.
Those articles really helps. But what im looking for is some specific example of product of the stepper motor, and would the l298n works fine with both unipolar and bipolar motors?
So i just bought a L298N motor driver board and i'm planing to connect it to a stepper motor.
I'm wondering what kind of stepper motor should i use? The one that has 4 wires or 6 wires?
Btw, what's the difference with bipolar and unipolar stepper motor?
I'm planing to control it...
some countries may allowed it, and some don't.
Well, i WAS a mechatronic engineering student, but some things turn out and i had to transfer to other country university. That's why i want to major in a similar way with MT engineering.
Is it only good for AI? I mean we'll also learn the...
I'm thinking to take double major but not sure which major should i take. I want to take electrical engineering as the first one but not so sure for the second one.
Might mechanical engineering would be a good one? Or computer science is better?
PS : i'm...
Okay thanks for the info for the Boost converter. I have another question now.
If i want to use a transformer, than i will need to convert it to AC right? How can i convert it? (i don't want to use power inverter).
I've once read about transforming it using a transistor, how does that work...
I've seen the article on the first link. So according to it, a Boost Converter work depend on the time it switched on and off? and will the Vout comes in a constant? and the capacitor is only used to prevent Vout goes to the GND?
I've done a simulation on a software, when i close the switch...
the input would be from a DC battery, 9v to be exact.
Sorry but what do you mean by that? if i'm not mistaken understanding your question, i think yes i can, the power output doesn't really matter
yes, it seems like that :)
Actually it's nothing really, my teacher told us to do a project that amplify a low DC voltage to higher one. Well he didn't told us to make it into 10kV though, i was just wandering IF i want to be that high, what should i do.
anyway thanks for your concerns guys :)
Hi, a newb on eleng here.
Recently i've been working on my project. I need to get a high DC (1000V - 10000V ) output voltage, low current (10-30mA would be fine) from a DC input voltage (9-12V). I'm thinking to use a transformer but it only able to amplify an AC voltage right?
Yeah i know its very unrealistic...
I only can imagine if there are only constructive interference. Im sorry but i cant see where the destructive coming from.... My bad if i dont make myself clear, but my point is, what would happen when these light sources collide with each other at a point...
Imagine this, there are 2 light source (laser perhaps) pointing each other with a distance between them. They have the same frequency, wavelength and amplitude. But, laser 1 start with positive amplitude while the laser 2 start with negative amplitude (start off from negative), what would happen...