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Open-Loop Control

Open-loop control

A stepping motor can be controlled easily because a feedback circuit is not required.

Non-stepping motors require feedback to determine the rotor position, in particular when you want them to be driven to a specific position. Stepping motors do not require such feedback, because they simply execute a number of steps.

* MCU: Microcontroller

Chapter 2 Features and Classifications of Stepping Motors

Pros and Cons
Classification by Output Power
Classification by Power Supply
Unipolar Type and Bipolar Type
Classification by Stator
Classification by Rotor Types
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