DRV8825 stepper driver
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To send an adjustable frequency from the Arduino to the DRV8825 I used the tone command, a square wave is perfect.
The tone command:
tone(pin, frequency, duration)
calling it with 2 parameters the frequency is output once, I want the frequency to output continually so there needs to be a duration, but the longer the duration the less responsive it is. Measuring the speed of the loop can be done with a set/clear with a state = !state, while including Blynk.