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Well, the first auction was a wash, in all honesty. I mean, not only were they going to cost me most of a stack of cash to try to outbid the person that had bought the game, but the guy actually went to the trouble of having different pieces of art (played by other artists) as part of the set, without even looking at what was already in the game. There were 16 pieces to be collected, including the original 8 pieces that were in the game, so I had a pretty good chance of having an idea of what they were.

The auction was scheduled for a day where I was waiting for the RTS pack of GBC/N64 PSX titles that I had requested to get sent to me. So with nothing else to do, I figured I would do a couple of YouTube videos to help pass the time. Now, since then, I’ve used this site as a sort of checklist for when I need to start producing these videos. In fact, when I was originally planning to do these videos, I was planning to do them on my monthly budget for the next year, although that didn’t quite happen.

This next one was a pretty good one, and I managed to get about 25 views in the first few days of posting it. Not bad for a game that is, in some respects, basically played to death. But, I had done a decent job of getting the parody parts of Black Lightning done, so I went ahead and did the cutesy dance (propelled by the fact that I wanted to see if anyone knew what it was; surprise, surprise, they didn’t) and the slow, dumbed down animation that is included in that section of the game. All I’m going to say is that it took a lot of time to do, and it’s been several years since I last put in the effort to do something like that.The role of cyclooxygenase-2 in Alzheimer’s disease: a targeting approach using Coxibs.
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The basic and most essential thing about a unipolar stepper motor is that they are driven by the geometry of the windings. The number of windings, the number of coils and the length of the coils.
A unipolar stepper motor has only one coil. The current is only through half of it. The current flows from the pules generated in the “indexer” directly to the coil in the stator.
The stepping motor is nearly self-inductive. The stator also generates a induced current in the windings. This stabilizes the motor and prevents the rotor to go of track. This is the main advantage of the stepping motor. The rotor can stop at any position. Each coil is independent of the other coils. Because of this the performance is also very high.
The position is controlled by switching current trough the coils in a specific way. The stepper motor is called unipolar. Because you have only one coil, the polarity matters. The direction of the rotor’s movement depends on the direction of the current flow trough the stator’s coils. If you switch in the correct order the rotor will rotate. To reverse the rotation you have to switch the polarity.
A stepper motor can be executed in any sequence of windings that form a closed path. This path is called axis. The axis can be arranged in perpendicular position to the direction of movement of the rotor. In this way, you can use the stepper motor as permanent-magnets motor to be applied to the drive of a gear. In this demo I showed only the vertical axis.
A bipolar stepper motor has two coils in one winding. The coils are connected in anti-parallel. This means that if you switch one coil the other coil is switched off. This way the direction of the rotor movement is controlled.
The direction of movement of the rotor is controlled by switching in the correct sequence. The current flows through the coils in the rotor and then trough the coils in the stator.
The stepper motor is driven by a motor driver.

Stepper motor Schematic:

Stepper motor / indexer’s schematic:

The translator is used to automatically adjust the destination position to a desired position. You can select the number of steps and the number of pulses. You can easily replace the translator by a zeroing DMM.

Translator / Indexer:
The indexer counts the pulses to reach the desired

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The stepper motors are a set of four windings encircling a cylinder. This form also makes it possible to fix the winding pattern relative to the axis of the motor.
The motor can be used unipolar or bipolar. The unipolar motor is used as normal motor and is a special stepper motor.

The bipolar stepper motor is a special type of stepper motor with the shape of a bipolar.

Figure 5. Motor with a bipolar shape

The motor is cabled and wire wound.

The purpose of the two coils is to compensate the motor’s unipolar properties in different directions.

Figure 5 shows the assembly of the bipolar stepper motor and how the poles are arranged. The coils are arranged in a square, each with a 90° offset.

Figure 5 shows the cross-section of the winding along the z-axis. A bipolar stepper motor has two coils. The coils are then separated by 90°. The purpose of this is to compensate the unipolar properties in different directions.

Unipolar stepper motors are more efficient. They are cheaper and have a higher rotation speed. But the loadings of a unipolar stepper motor are smaller than the loadings of a bipolar stepper motor. This makes it more difficult to drive the motor.

Figure 5. Unipolar motor

Unipolar stepper motors are more efficient than bipolar stepper motors.

Figure 6. The cross-section of the winding on the z-axis. The coils are arranged in a square, each with a 90° offset.

Unipolar motors have a smaller tolerance, that is smaller variations in the torque curve. If the motor has a lot of tolerance the torque will be larger than if the tolerance is small.

Bipolar motors have a larger tolerance, that is more variations in the torque curve. This can improve the speed of the motor, but the cost of the motor is often higher.

Figure 6. The winding is a square, with a 90° offset. It is cabled and wire wound.

A bipolar stepper motor is more expensive than a unipolar stepper motor and is a lot more difficult to drive.

The unipolar stepper motor is cheaper, and has more tolerance.

Figure 7. A bipolar motor that has been assembled.

Figure 8. The cross-section of the winding on the z-axis. The coils are arranged in a square, each with

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In the Stepper Motor program you can see different stepper motor variations. You can see the unipolar and bipolar stepper motor working. These steppers have eight poles. If you see the right picture you can also see the stator which is locked around the rotor. In the first stepper motor there are 32 windings. You can see that he motor has a torque of four Newton meters.
Also you can see the indexer and the translator. They are needed, because a stepper motor can only switch to one position.

If you want to create the transducer we need another pre-packaged transistor. This is the NPN transistor TIP120. In the Stepper Motor program this transistor is called the driver. You can use this driver to switch off outputs and to control stepper motors.

If you can control the driver with external signals, it can execute any microcontroller code. For this example we use an Arduino board. For this example we only use the Arduino Uno.

A line based stepper motor translates the external pulse signal into a one pulse signal for a specific distance. A transistor is used to convert the signal into an internal pulse.

In the first picture you can see the driver with some parts of the stator. In the upper side there is the pin connection. The BCD switches for programming the stepper motor. The reference switches are locked around the driver.

When you switch on the voltage, to which the motor is attached, the motor starts to rotate. Each time the motor rotates one step.

If the motor rotates the rotor, the pin are switched as you can see in the second image. After switching the direction it starts a second rotation and so on…

In the Stepper Motor program we can test the output signal. A transistor is used to switch the driver and control the driver output. If the transistor is locked it will switch on an output of the driver.

The translator will be used to translate the signals we send from the Arduino board. In the Stepper Motor program you can see a translatour composed of three relays. This is called an “indicator” (the current term in the industrial world). The motor has internal registers to count the number of steps. With this number we can know what position the motor is in.

The translator is a circuit that uses NPN transistors. It will translate the external signal from the stepper motor to a current that

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