Final Project's Stepper and DC Motors Done

Yesterday, after much gnashing of teeth, I finally figured out how to make our evaluation board's DC motor speed up and down gradually when changing between high and low speeds. The number of hours I put into that is embarrassing, but it is now accomplished.

That follows on the heels of a solid eight hours sunk into getting the board's stepper motor to turn clockwise or counterclockwise (or not at all) in gradually changing speeds depending on switch configuration and the direction of temperatures (current and desired) in a given room; for example, if a room's desired temperature is below the current one but the switches for heating are thrown, the motor should be in neutral, not spinning to alter the temperature in the wrong direction.