Brushed DC Motor Controller, Dual Channel, 1 x 120A, 60V, Encoder in, USB, CAN-Bus for commands from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232 or USB) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one or two DC motors.
Brushed DC Motor Controller, Single Channel, 1 x 40A, 60V, Encoder in, USB, CAN-Bus for commands from an RC radio, Analog Joystick, wireless modem, PC (via RS232 or USB) or microcomputer into high voltage and high current output for driving one DC motor.
The MD04 is a medium power motor driver and is an upgraded replacement for the MD03, the main features are ease of use and flexibility. The motor's power is controlled by on-board Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) generators driving the H-Bridge Transistors.
Controls the position, velocity, and acceleration of 1 bipolar stepper motor. Provides very precise positioning Board is isolated from USB to prevent ground loops On-board fuse protects board from over-current conditions Connects directly to a computer?s USB port. Requires an external 10 to 30VDC power supply
The Pololu Simple High-Power Motor Controller makes basic control of brushed DC motors easy, with our free Simple Motor Control Center software enabling quick configuration over USB. The controller supports four interface modes: USB, TTL serial, analog voltage, and hobby radio control (RC). This version operates from 5.5 to 40 V and is efficient enough to deliver a continuous 12 A without a heat sink. It ships with the power capacitor and connectors installed as shown.
This tiny breakout board for TI?s DRV8801 provides a modern alternative to classic motor drivers such as the L293D, SN754410, and L298N. It can deliver a continuous 1 A (2.8 A peak) to a single motor and offers a wide operating voltage range of 8 V to 36 V. The DRV8801 features a simple two-pin speed/direction interface, current-sense feedback, and built-in protection against under-voltage, over-current, and over-temperature.
This discrete MOSFET H-bridge motor driver enables bidirectional control of one high-power DC brushed motor. The little 1.3×0.8-inch board supports a wide 5.5 to 50 V voltage range and is efficient enough to deliver a continuous 9 A without a heat sink.