# How do I add a bipolar stepper motor to this circuit? [closed]

I have just started electronics at school and cannot find any tutorials on how to do this. I am creating a circuit that when the light intensity increases a bipolar stepper motor will step clockwise for with 5 second intervals for 30 seconds then do the same but anti clockwise. I know how to program this, but not how to connect it to my circuit. How would I connect this to my circuit with the use of h bridges. I am using circuit wizard. circuit diagram btw, this is just a circuit, I am not planning on making this I would just like to know for further use. I would like to connect it to Q4 (no output is there currently )

## closed as unclear what you're asking by Elliot Alderson, Edgar Brown, laptop2d, Dwayne Reid, Sparky256Feb 11 at 0:10

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• Why have you reposted this question? What was wrong with the old one? Is it fixed in this one? – Eugene Sh. Feb 4 at 18:23
• No sorry it wasn’t allowing me to edit the last one. – Pizaaaa Feb 4 at 18:25
• What do you want the light sensor threshold to be 300uA * 10k = 3V at 10 Lux? I don’t think so, unless you are using a large panel. How many steps and what acceleration and velocity do you wish when the light turns on? This must be specified. – Sunnyskyguy EE75 Feb 4 at 18:33
• What do you mean by "this is just a circuit"? – Hearth Feb 4 at 20:22
• "I just need to know ... to this circuit" With the level of detail you're giving us, the level of detail we can give you is to take any one wire from the motor and solder it to any one wire in the circuit. That's probably not what you want, which is why we are all trying very hard to get you to please clarify your question. – TimWescott Feb 4 at 20:55