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    Smile Small DC motor Needs to be controlled wirelessly.

    Hello all,
    Im into photography and was working on a focusing rail system for macro photography.
    Now that I have completed the project....im finding it difficult to move the rails to and fro. (linear motion)

    I was thinking if I could use a stepper gear motor with good torque...to initiate a motor to do the same work
    In simple terms All I need is a wireless controller...which can run on battery, to operate a motor....to either run in clockwise or anticlockwise direction and also reduce speed for fine tuning. I have selected a 10rpm motor now. it operates at 4-12v dc.(at 12v its rpm is 10)
    12 v DC operating power. If wireless is proving difficult and expensive......I can live with wired system also
    Im a no-vice in electronics...(im from a mechanical background).I just need the complete circuit. SOmething like...I can just install and right away use it.
    Please quote for the same and will be looking forward for enthusiastic replies :P
    Thanks and Regards
    Praveen B

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    what is the stroke length?
    .... I didnt do it ! ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by allbits View Post
    what is the stroke length?
    220mm stroke lenght sir
    Also I want it to be wired...not wireless

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    For mechanical part you can use supplies from this site -

    http://www.aliexpress.com/store/314742

    Also any stepper controller rated for the stepper you use with should do the trick.
    Vikas Patial

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