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    Help with Analog to digital conversor signal

    Hi everyone, I have a problem with a Prolight turning center it was working until last week.

    Z axis is not working anymore, si I try to put a new driver and a stepper motor but the computer send Analog signal to control the old driver and the newone's are digital controlled

    I take readings and the board send from 0 to 0.5 volts for turn de motor, so the question is.

    Any body solve this kind of trouble before?

    I serch like crazy to find a solution. I read somting about (ADC) but not find a specific module to convert the analogic to Pwm.

    I realy want to fix this problem ading a now digital driver input to control a stepper motor with the old software hardware

    Please gime some advice.

    Thanks

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    Re: Help with Analog to digital conversor signal

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