Layouts and modules to control serwomechanizmami modelarskimi.
16-channel PWM generator conveniently when not enough outputs of the microcontroller. Allows, in particular: control of the servos, speed control of motors or change the brightness of the LEDs. Communicates via I2C, working with voltages 3.3 V and 5 V.
Shield for Raspberry Pi to control 16 servos. The system generates the PWM signal with frequency of up to 1.6 kHz with 12 bit precision. Board is suitable for connectors of the Raspberry Pi 2 x 20. It is not suitable for Raspberry with pins of 2 x 13.
Shield for Arduino with 4-channel G15 servo driver, operating with a voltage from 7 V to 15 V, communicates via the UART interface. On the board there are jumpers for selecting pins RX and TX and an ARK connector for external power supply.
Four-channel driver for DC motors and stepper motors, designed with a microcontroller DFRobot FireBeetle STM8S105 for IoT projects. It enables the control of four DC motors or two phase, foour-wired stepper motors. Supply voltage is from 3.3 V to 5 V, the voltage of the motors from 4 V to 12 V. Continuous current per channel is 1.2 A.
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.
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.
Simple controller for the movement of the servo from position A to B when the state changes on the input IN place. The position can be adjusted using potentiometers. The system is controlled by the microcontroller ATiiny84, working voltage is 5 V.
24-channel servo controller simulation. Communication via USB or serial interface UART. The system is equipped with high-performance controller STM32F103, has a resolution of 1 µs to 0.09 °, supports wireless protocols
16-channel PWM generator, it is useful when there is not enough outputs of the microcontroller. Allows for i.a.: control of the servos, speed adjustment of motors or change the brightness of the LEDs. The module in the form of the shield for Arduino with a set of connectors for self-soldering.
Shield for Raspberry Pi to control 16 servos. The system generates the PWM signal with frequency up to 1.6 kHz with 12 bit precision. Board is suitable for connectors of the Raspberry Pi A+,B+ and 2 B.
Compatible with Arduino robot controller from Dagu. It is a famous version of Nano ATmega 328 microcontroller, which operates at a frequency of 16 MHz. The board also has a motor driver with the parameters of 9V and 2.5 A.
Module from the Grove is equipped with a dual H bridge L298Ncontrolled ATmege 8L. The system allows you to adjust the direction of rotation of motors with a maximum current consumption up to 1 A and a voltage of 15 V. the kit includes a cable adapted to overlay Seeedstudio Base Shield v2.0.