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As mentioned in the previous post, this motor has 1.8° steps, so 200 steps per full rotation. It has two coils in it, hence 4 wires, a +ve and -ve for each coil. You can work out which two wires are on the same coil quite easily. The motor spins freely when not connected to anything. If you touch two of the wires together and they are on the same coil, there will be increased resistance when trying to turn the motor.
Part one of this series is here
I had the time to get a bit more work done on the body over the weekend, so I decided to route out the pocket for the pickup, and figure out where to put the jack for the guitar cord for plugging it into an amplifier. the first thing I worked on was getting the pickup pocket cut out with the router.
Welcome back to another DIY video done by yours truly. I’m am really disappointed how my last splicing video turned out and I want to make it up to you. I tried to tackle too many different splices at once. Even though a few of them were rather simple, the Eye Splice needs way more time than I gave it. I hope I came make it up to you all in this video. Also a shoutout to @thebigsweed, “Hey, here is the video I told you I was going to do”
In this instructable, I am going to share how to control the led adjustable brightness. The brightness will be set based on the position of the potentiometer. To do this, we need to set the potentiometer up as a voltage divider, and we need to drive the LED from one of the pins. For this example, I am using pin 9. The circuit schematic I am using is shown below. but we will write first the requirements for this tutorial.
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