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    This is the stepper motor rack for our stepper motors. It is a standard size, so it should also work for any same size other stepper, or suitable size brushless DC motor or servo. Very good quality, very well surface finished, feels and looks dull finishing. This Rack and easily amount on the aliuminium rail with screws,

    The post Stepper Motor Rack [Variable:Types] appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    The EDArduino Motor Shield is based on the L298 (datasheet), which is a dual full-bridge driver designed to drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, DC and stepping motors. It lets you drive two DC motors with your Arduino board, controlling the speed and direction of each one independently. You can also measure the motor

    The post L298P EDArduino Motor Shield R3, Arduino-Compatible appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Plug the RaspiRobot Board into the GPIO port on the Raspberry Pi and it provides dual bi-directional motor controllers, two open collector outputs, two switch inputs, a pair of status LEDs and even a voltage regulator capable of powering the Pi using a battery source from 7-12VDC. A Python library module makes it easy to

    The post Raspberry Pi Motor Robot Shield Kit (L293D) appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    12V volt supply, 150 RPM The product is mainly used for electronic locks, RC cars, RC drone, robots, cameras,etc High torque force, can easy drive 6KG RC toy tank (by our testing) Total length 35mm, shaft length 10mm Compact size Fully metal gears, very reliable D type shaft

    The post N20 High Torque Force Reducing Motor appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Working voltage DC 10V-35V. Recommend the use of switching power supply DC24V. Using 6N137 high-speed optical coupling to maintain high speed without losing step. Toshiba TB6560AHQ new original chip, low-pressure shut-off, overheating and over-current protection circuit parking to ensure optimal performance. Rated maximum output: ± 3A, peak 3.5A. 3A fit within the stepper 42,57 with two-phase /

    The post TB6560 3A Stepper Motor Driver Board Single-Axis appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Fully metal gears, very reliable A dedicated servo for biped robot, robots, remote control cars, remote control boats, gasoline engines. 13KG torque, extreme high force. Accessories are for “-” type Common GND, VCC, Data connector for most general use. 3-7.2V volt supply, 0.1A current consumption 180 degree movement See more specs in attached pictures Rapid moving

    The post MG995 Servo Motor 13KG Torque appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    The TB6612FNG (308k pdf) is a great dual motor driver that is perfect for interfacing two small DC motors such as our micro metal gearmotors to a microcontroller, and it can also be used to control a single bipolar stepper motor. The MOSFET-based H-bridges are much more efficient than the BJT-based H-bridges used in older drivers

    The post TB6612FNG Dual Motor Driver Carrier appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    This is a much cheaper version of L298N Driver board, but NOT use the genius L298N, you can find the genius IC board here. Features: Module Name: Double H-bridge motor driver module Operating modes: H bridge driver (Dual) Master chip: L298N Packing: 9 boxed shipping Logic voltage: 5V Driving voltage: 5V-35V Logic Current: 0mA-36mA Drive

    The post L298N Stepper Motor Driver Board R2-C, Arduino Supported appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Using only two pins, control 16 free-running PWM outputs! You can even chain up 62 breakout board to control up to 992 PWM outputs (which we would really like to see since it would be glorious) IIC interface, PWM driver with a built in clock. That means that, unlike the TLC5940 family, you do not need

    The post 16-Channel 12-bit PWM/Servo Driver ,I2C PCA9685 appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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  • 03/13/16--00:05: WifiCar NodeMCU Motor Shield
  • This WiFi RC smart car is designed and developed based on ESP-12F from ESP8266, which can be controlled by mobile, PC. This is motor shield only, you maybe need nodemcu board and a remote car chassis to drive as kit. Package: ONLY Motor shield, NOT including the nodemcu board. Features: Support to drive two channels

    The post WifiCar NodeMCU Motor Shield appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    This is essentially a ramped up version of our Ardumoto motor driver shield. For this monster shield we’ve replaced the L298 H-bridge with a pair of VNH2SP30 full-bridge motor drivers. We’ve also beefed up the support circuitry so this board is capable of driving a pair of high-current motors! The VIN and motor out are

    The post Monster Moto Arduino Shield – VNH2SP30 appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Compatible control signal, no need serial resistor. Operational votlage 3.3-24V Based on TB6600 Drive IC DC9-42V power supply, better use 12-24V Micro-step 1-32 division selectable. Dual H-bridge constant current drive 4A peak current Over-heat, over-current protection, nosieless optmized Best for Nema 17 (42mm) or 57mm steppers. Documentation please see on this page. (dimension, wiring, datasheet). Demo

    The post TB6600 Stepper Drive Mstep-32, 4A, 42VDC appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Dimension: 1305 Motor 13 x 5 mm 1027 Motor dia. 10 x 2.7 mm Specification: Rated power 0.003 (kW) Rated voltage 5V for 1027, 3.3V for 1305 Rated current 75 (mA) Rated speed 11000 (rpm) Rated torque 3 (NM) Efficiency 80 (%) Name: Vibrating/Vibration/Vibrator Motor Two pad leads on the bottom or lead out Application

    The post Mini Vibrating Vibration Motor, Vibrator [Type] appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Current board version is blue now, not red anymore. The EDArduino Motor Shield is based on the L298 (datasheet), which is a dual full-bridge driver designed to drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, DC and stepping motors. It lets you drive two DC motors with your Arduino board, controlling the speed and direction of

    The post EDArduino Motor Shield R3, L298P, Arduino-Compatible appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Designed by ukonline2000, our search tag ukonline2000. This expansion board is an all-in-one robot expansion on the market that supports both Stepper / Motor / Servo and can be expanded with more control interfaces by using multiple boards, Particularly suitable for players DIY robots, smart car, robot arm, intelligent PTZ and so on a variety of

    The post Raspberry Pi Stepper / Servo / Motor Drive Shield Hat appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    On board 2x TB6612 mosfet drive Up to 1.2A per drive channel. (3A peak) Each TB6612 driver has a full H-bridge, capable to drive a full stepper motor or 2x DC motor. Wire terminal lead out on board two sides. Drive by PWM signal from PWM9685 driver. Driver pca9685 only use IIC interface. Selectable IIC

    The post Motor Servo Stepper Drive Arduino Shield, PCA9685 appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Micro size, high speed, high torque corless motor. Red and black lines Voltage: 3.7 V Current: 0.06 Speed: 46000 RPM Motor diameter: 7MM Motor length: 20 MM Output shaft length: 5MM Shaft diameter: 1.0MM Line length: 38MM Motor weight 3G Black and red AB propeller. Propeller size 55mm length.

    The post 720 Coreless Micro Motor High Speed + Propeller Kit appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    Using only two pins, control 16 free-running PWM outputs! You can even chain up 62 breakout board to control up to 992 PWM outputs (which we would really like to see since it would be glorious) IIC input interface, PWM driver with a built in clock. That means that, unlike the TLC5940 family, you do not

    The post 16 Channel 12bit PWM Servo Drive, I2C PCA9685 R2 appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    This WiFi RC smart car is designed and developed based on ESP-12F from ESP8266, which can be controlled by mobile, PC. This is motor shield only, you maybe need nodemcu board and a remote car chassis to drive as kit. Package ONLY includes the Motor shield, NOT including the nodemcu board. Features: On Board motor drive

    The post NodeMCU Motor Drive L293D Shield, WifiCar appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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    This is essentially a ramped up version of our Ardumoto motor driver shield. For this monster shield we’ve replaced the L298 H-bridge with a pair of VNH2SP30 full-bridge motor drivers. We’ve also beefed up the support circuitry so this board is capable of driving a pair of high-current motors! The VIN and motor out are

    The post Monster Moto Arduino Shield – VNH2SP30 appeared first on ElectroDragon.


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