You need to provide way more information if you would like more specific help.
If the device does not take standard servo pulses, you may be able to:
1) use joan's pigio and generate wave tables for it
2) add a microcontroller to generate the deterministic pulse trains
I'd say that the Pi (potentially with an add-on microcontroller) can control any motor.
As a rule of thumb, people here are more than happy to point you in the right direction to do the work yourself, but don't expect people to read data sheets for hours and implement solutions at no cost.
polszimanski wrote:Hey there,
I need to create a code on Python that control the number of pulses that one of the GPIO´S are going to send to a driver (Yaskawa SGDM-A5ADA), so i can control a servo motor (SGMAH).
My problem is : I don´t know how to create a code that makes a pre-defined number of pulses (On PWM of course), and i really need to make it run as soon as i can.
Does anyone know somthing that could help on that ??