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This is a break out board for DRV8825 microstepping bipolar stepper motor drive. It can drive a bipolar stepper motor with an output current of up to up to 2.5 A per coil. It is suitable for driving motors at wide range of voltages from 8.2 V to 45 V.
The step-wise motor drive plate is useful for controlling up to 5 axes, being compatible with the MACH3 CNC. Separate power supply of connected peripherals to protect your computer from USB connection.
The original Adafruit Motorshield kit is one of our most beloved kits, which is why we decided to make something even better. This shield will make quick work of your next robotics project!
The AMIS-30543 stepper motor driver carrier is a Pololu carrier for ON Semiconductor's AMIS-30543 micro-stepping motor driver, which is a high-performance stepper motor driver with advanced features not found on our other stepper motor driver carriers.
Tic T500 USB Multi-Interface Stepper Motor Controller (Connectors Soldered)
This engine driver is built with four PCBs and delivers 20% more power than the classic (two-layer) version. Applies to voltages between 8V and 35V and delivers a 1.2A current that can reach, with cooling, up to a maximum of 2A.
A4988 / DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Expansion Board
This version of the MP6500 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier uses an on-board trimmer potentiometer to set the current limit (we also carry a version of this carrier that offers digital current control, which allows a microcontroller to make dynamic current limit adjustments).
This breakout board for the MPS MP6500 microstepping bipolar stepper motor driver is Pololu’s latest stepper motor driver. The module has a pinout and interface that are very similar to that of our popular A4988 carriers, so it can be used as a drop-in replacement for those boards in many applications.
This is the DC Motor + Stepper FeatherWing which will let you use 2 x bi-polar stepper motors or 4 x brushed DC motors (or 1 stepper and 2 DC motors).
This L298P dual motor driver shield uses a high power motor driver chip L298P to drive 2 DC motors and drive current up to 2A. The motor output uses 8 high-speed Schottky diodes as a protection and can be directly inserted into your Arduino projects.
The driver is based on an integrated ULN2003 circuit that contains several Darlington configurations. It works at very good parameters along with the stepper motor in the kit.
Driver for the 4th Axis Block for the Miniature CNC