For rcn, did you notice I finally figured out how not to type
RE: ? Ha. Anyway, down to business…
I am trying to work w/ TI, OSH Park, and/or GHIelectronics to build a Cape of sorts. It is really already done and has been done, i.e. as the documents state. If interested, please view these articles:
Currently, I am trying to figure out other avenues on how to build w/ a Cape like the TIDA-00320 or a replica of such Cape w/ additions or subtractions of components.
Outside of explaining everything, I want to produce it one day as a useful tool but w/ a MSP type MCU attached. I am sure there are markets for such devices but I would rather learn. I am a bit selfish in this manner.
No more explaining. Okay.
So, already this Cape handles two stepper types of motors or a combination of 1 to 4 DC motors (two wire).
Anyway, this is interesting to me still!
So, if you are in, please provide some detail on ideas. For now, I am at scratch and dealing with companies that might be able to mfg. the “Cape” type piece that can be a standalone.
P.S. In the docs, there is a 30 sum paged doc. that describes a bit of it but w/ the DRV8803 x 2, I would like to update some components as TI has come out w/ specific items. So, I am looking for help or resources. I am also looking for acceptance. Should it be done? Should making the Cape see the light of day? Production maybe but at first, I thought why not make it as complicated as I can configure things? So there. Please reply to any and all when time provides.