The tiles are based on the Arduino comes with a set of ports of the type input/output (I/O). The maximum current which can ensure the output of the Arduino, that's fine. 40 mA and the maximum operating voltage of the I/O port is 5 V. this Creates sufficient conditions to power the LEDs, but when we want to fill one or more motors or servos that are powered directly from the Arduino may not be enough. To solve this problem special pads Arduino Shield containing on Board is a necessary accessory to facilitate the control of operating parameters of electric motors with a current consumption of up to 50 A.
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.
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.
The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC) or two stepper motors using Arduino kits. The system allows to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of the motors with a current consumption of up to 600 mA and a voltage of up to 36 V.
The module allows you to control four DC motors or two stepper motors using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of the motors with a current consumption of 600 mA and the voltage of up to 9 V.
Forbot Robot Shield is an extension board for Arduino, which is adding to it, everything what's necessary for making robot. On board of the module, found can be, i.a. the driver of the DC motors, a connector for servo, the I/O expander, IR receiver, buzzer and the button. Other signals of the Arduino, has been brought to standard goldpin connectors.
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.
Arm of the robot for self-assembly, equipped with 6 servos. There is also a special controller Braccio in the form of cap over the Arduino and the necessary mounting elements. The device is powered with 5 volts, consumes a maximum current of 5 A.
Shield for Arduino with single-channel driver for DC motors operating with a voltage from 7 V to 30 V and current up to 10 A (short term 15 A). It has NMOS H-Bridge. The board has jumpers for selecting PWR and DIR pins.
Modul with dual driver of motors TB9051FTG working with voltages from 4.5 V to 28 V and current up to 2.6 A per channel (max. 5 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors. The module for self-assembly.
Shield for Arduino which is an extension of the i/O pins and two-channel driver for DC motors TB6612FNG with a voltage of 12 V and performance of 1.2 A per channel. It also has an interface of Gravity sensors, XBee socket and interfaces I2C, SPI and UART.
Modul with dual-channel driver of motors MAX14870 working with voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V and current up to 1.7 A per channel (max 2.5 A). The system can be directly connected with the Arduino connectors. The module for self-assembly.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 30 V and current up to 18 A per channel (max. 50 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
Fighting education robot for self-assembly. The platform has the opportunity to plug in Arduino Uno or Leonardo modules. The kit includes: main board Zumo Shield, a chassis with tracks and a bumper in a form od a plow.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 40 V and current up to 14 A per channel (max. 40 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 30 V and current up to 22 A per channel (max. 60 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
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.
Shield for Arduino with dual-channel DC motor driver operating with a voltage of 5 V to 26 V and current up to 2 A, based on the L298P circuit. The board has jumpers for selecting the control mode and a strip connector with reflective sensors LSS05.
Selection of special lining makes it easy to connect and question motor control and services, including reversal of the direction of rotation. Most of the offered tiles Arduino Shield to control motors and services has such a chip like L293D, L298P, or DRV8835, which in its structure is used kluczujące transistors are combined in the bridge of “N” type. The switching state of individual transistors allows changing the polarity of the supply voltage of the motor and therefore the direction of rotation of the motor shaft, which is indicated by the LEDs. Lining Arduino Shield have power lines of high-performance and high load current and different voltages, so you can find a suitable plate under the engine for 6 V, 12 V, 24 V , or a custom value of the supply voltage. In addition, using the controller, motors and flow in the form of an Arduino Shield, you protect the main Board Arduino from possible damage. Shieldy have built-in thermal protection and podnapięciowe that also protect the managed electrical engines and servos.
Manufacturers shieldów, such as, for example, Cytron, provide free software that you can directly upload to your Arduino and control the motors. The source code allows for simple engine management system. You can easily check the temperature of the engine, and if necessary, noting the instructions in the program code, manually change the direction of rotation. Tile Arduino Shield designed to control DC motors and can also be used to control the coils of contactors and relays, LED lighting, and motors krokowymi. Controllers, servos and motors series Arduino Shield will allow You to build CNC machine tools, robots and other electric vehicles with wide management capabilities.