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Arduino Motor Shield Rev3_

Module allows control of two DC motors (DC) using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of DC motors with a current consumption up to 2 A.

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ARD-01215

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Product description: Arduino Motor Shield Rev3

Module allows control of two DC motors (DC) using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of DC motors with a current consumption up to 2 A. It also has the ability to quickly spot and measure the current consumed by connected motors.

 

    Arduino Motor Shield - platforma, sterownik, nakładka, rozszerzenie

Power supply of Motor Shield

To prevent damage to the computer port and the Arduino module through the consumption of a relatively large current through the motors, power supply line from USB was separated from the power supply of the motors themselves. The manufacturer recommends connecting an external power source. For this purpose you can use the power supply DC or any battery. The user can also supply separately an Arduino module and the Motor Shield. It is necessary to disconnect the jumper Vin Connect, located on the back of the board. This may be the case if the supply voltage is above 12 V.

Zworka zasilania Arduino Motor Shield

Motor Shield power supply connector. By default connected (left). To disconnect the power supply, you have to break the connection (in accordance with the red line on the figure to the right).

 

Inputs/Outputs in motor driver

Shield works on the basis of the dual driver L298 motors. This means that the user has the possibility of connecting two motors with a maximum current consumption up to 2A each. Shield uses 8 Arduino outputs:

 

FunctionA channel pinsB channel pins
DirectionD12D13
PWMD3D11
BrakingD9D8
Current measurement

A0

A1

 

 

If the brake or the measuring current function is not used, it is possible to keep on using output D9, D8, A0 and A1 as general purpose input/output. To do that, you need to break jumpers located on the bottom of Motor Shield:

  • BRAKE A - disabling it disables the braking function of the motor connected to channel A, pin D9 released
  • BRAKE B - disabling it disables the braking function of the motor connected to the B channel, releases the pin D11
  • SNS 0 - disabling it disables the current measurement for the motor connected to channel A, releases the pin A0
  • SNS 1 - disabling it disables the current measurement for the motor connected to B channel, releases the pin A1

Ustawienie zworek w Arduino Motor Shield

Jumpers connected by default. Braking and current measurement is possible.

 

Rozłączone zworki. Hamowanie i pomiar prądu wyłączone.

To disable the brake and current measurement function and use the outputs as general input/outputs, you should terminate the connection in accordance with the red line on the figure above.

 

 

Connection of the motors

The motors should be connected to the ARK connector, located in the left bottom part of the shield. The connectors are very practical, allow for the installation of any cable by screwing it on with a screwdriver. The way you connect the motor outputs determines in what direction it is spinning, if controlled correctly.

Arduino Motor Shield

Specification of the Arduino Motor Shield

  • Supply voltage: 5 V to 12 V
  • Driver: L298P
  • Number of supported motors: 2
  • Maximum current per channel: 2 A
  • Ability to measure current

 

Comparison of Arduino

 

Model

Micro

kontroler

Pins

Flash

RAM

EEPROM

Power

Interfaces

Popular
clones

Uno

ATmega

328

16 MHz

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB

2 kB

1 kB

DC: 7-12V

USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

Genuino Uno

DFRduino

Bluno Ble

RedBoard

Metro328

UnoPlus

Uno - WiFi

ATmega

328

16 MHz

ESP8266

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB

2 kB

1 kB

DC: 7-12V

USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

WiFi

 

Leonardo

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O

7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB

2,5 kB

1 kB

DC: 7-12V

USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

USB

DFrobot

Leonardo

Ethernet

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB
DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V

UART
I2C
SPI
USB

Ethernet

 

Leonardo

Ethernet+PoE

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB

DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V

PoE: 36-57V

UART
I2C
SPI
USB

Ethernet

 

M0

ARM Cortex

ATSAMD

21G18

Cortex M0

48 MHz

14 I/O

12 PWM

6 analog

256 kB

32 kB

16 kB

DC: 5V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

DAC

 

M0 Pro

ARM Cortex

ATSAMD

21G18

Cortex M0

48 MHz

14 I/O

12 PWM

6 analog

256 kB

32 kB

16 kB

DC: 5V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

DAC

Debug

Genuino Zero

 Genuino101

Intel Curie

Intel Curie

Quark

ARC x86

14 I/O

4 PWM

6 analog

196 kB

24 kB

-

DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

 

Tian - WiFi

SAMD21G18

32-bit

Cortex-M0+

20 I/O
12 PWM

6 analog

256 kB
32 kB
DC: 5V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

WiFi

Ethernet

Bluetooth

 

Yun - WiFi

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB
DC: 5V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

WiFi

Ethernet

 

Yún - WiFi

PoE

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB

DC: 5V
USB: 5V

PoE: 36-57V

UART

I2C

SPI

WiFi
 

Yún - WiFi

Mini

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB

DC: 5V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

WiFi
 
Mega 2560

ATmega

2560

16 MHz

54 I/O
15 PWM

16 analog

256 kB
8 kB
4 kB

DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V

UART

I2C

SPI

Genuino Mega

DFrobot Mega

Bluno Mega

Mega ADK

ATmega

2560

16 MHz

54 I/O
15 PWM

16 analog

256 kB
8 kB
4 kB
DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

 

Due

ARM Cortex

AT91SAM

3X8E

84 MHz

54 I/O
12 PWM

12 analog

512 kB

96 kB

-

DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

USB

CAN
DMA

 

Micro

ATmega

32u4

16 MHz

20 I/O
7 PWM

12 analog

32 kB
2,5 kB
1 kB
DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

Dreamer

Pro Micro 5V

Pro Micro 3,3V

A-Star 32u4

Pro 328

5V/16MHz

ATmega

328

16 MHz

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB
2 kB
1 kB
DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

 

Pro 328

3,3V/8MHz

ATmega

328

8 MHz

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB
2 kB
1 kB
DC: 3,4-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

 

Pro Mini 328

5V/16MHz

ATmega

328

16 MHz

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB
2 kB
1 kB
DC: 7-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

Metro Mini

Bluno Nano

DFrduino Nano

Pro Mini 328

3,3V/8MHz

ATmega

328

8 MHz

14 I/O

6 PWM

6 analog

32 kB
2 kB
1 kB
DC: 3,4-12V
USB: 5V
UART

I2C

SPI

 

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