Motor drivers in the form of ready-to-connect modules.
HAT shield for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 / B+ / Zero / Zero W enabling the control of two DC motors using the I2C interface. It can control simultaneously the two DC motors. A maximum current is 3 A and voltage is from 6 V to 12 V.
Moduł z dwukanałowym sterownikiem silników prądu stałego L298. Zasilany jest napięciem do 12 V. Maksymalny prąd kanał wynosi 2 A. Układ posiada wbudowany regulator napięcia 5 V, do zasilania części logicznej.
Expansion board for module Micro:bit. It allows you to control 2 DC motors and 3 servos through the I2C interface with 12-bit resolution for each channel. It powers the motors and servos with the regulated voltage of 5 V and a maximum current of 3 A.
Easy to use, dual-channel driver for DC motors, equipped with bridge H. Continuous current per channel is 1 And (temporary 1.5 A). Powered from 2.5 V to 9.5 V. the output Current at a voltage of 5 V is 0.2 A.
Module with dual channel system DRV8835, working with voltages from 2 V to 11 V and current up to 1.2 A per channel (max 1.5 A). The system can be linked directly with connectors GPIO of minicomputer Raspberry Pi B+.
Single-channel powerful driver of a DC motor. Continuous current per channel is 25 A (temporary up to 100 A), voltage motors from 6,5 V to 30 V, the voltage logic of 1.8 V to 5.5 V. the Device also has a current sensor, and the ability to limit motor current.
Single-channel driver for DC motors based on MOSFET transistors. Allows you to control the speed of the motor through the PWM channel. Continuous current per channel is 20 A (60 A transient). Supply voltage from 6 V to 30 V.
Incredibly easy to use, single channel driver DC motor with ball to adjust the speed of rotation. The device operates in accordance with the PWM signal. The supply voltage ranges from 8 V to 36 V, maximum current of 3 A.
The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC), with two stepper motors or two servos using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of the motors with a current consumption of 1.2 A and a voltage of 12 V. Communicates through I2C interface, using only two lines of Arduino.
Easy to operate single-channel driver for DC motors for self-Assembly. Communicates through the USB computer port, UART TTL, analog or radio interface RC. The supply voltage ranges from 5.5 V to 40 V continuous Current at 23 A.
The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC) using boards of the Arduino. The system allows you to adjust the direction and rotation speed of the motors with a current consumption of 1200 mA and a supply voltage of 13,5 V. It works on the basis of the TB6612 driver.