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
This is a breakout board for ON Semiconductor's AMIS-30543 microstepping bipolar stepper motor driver, which features SPI-adjustable current limiting, 11 step modes (from full-step through 1/128-step), back-EMF feedback that can be used for stall detection or optional closed-loop control, and over-current and over-temperature protection.
Biolar stepper motor controller (pre-built) new black edition with 4 layer PCB TI DRV8825 Chip 2.5-5.25V Logic, 8.2-45V Motor 2.2A per coil microstep resolutions new version with resistors in sleep and fault line
Do you want to do some projects with stepper motors such as a drafting instrument, a 3D printer, an auto curtain......? As we all know, regular stepper motors are hard to drive, but with this stepper motor shield, you can easily drive 2 stepper motors via just 6 digital I/O pins. This board is compatible with the Arduino UNO R3. This shield directly supports Xbee and Xbee form factor Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and RF modules and is easy to connect cables via screwless PC terminals. Each stepper motor has a code switch for adjusting driving modes to obtain different rotational speeds. Interfaces of the board include extension 6 channel Analog I/O, 8 channel Digital I/O & I2C.