Code Example


Code Example


send drive order

Receive HDrive ticket (TCP-Mode)

please notice: The HDrive is sending the Tickets with up to 2 kHz. This means you have to read very fast to always get the newest ticket. Therefore it is recommended to read the ticket in a loop or to reduce the send frequency by setting up a preescaler with the web interface

Receive HDrive ticket (UDP-Mode)

Code Example


Code Example


Whether you’re using an Arduino, the MBed platform, or any other microcontroller, the Step/Dir interface is the way to go. Use a PWM signal to generate steps, and a digital out pin to specify the desired direction. It’s that easy. The HDrive will follow your steps closed loop and also takes care about the configured acceleration and deceleration ramp

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