Motor Drivers

  • L298N Dual Motor Controller


    The L298N Dual Motor Controller is a dual H-bridge motor driver integrated circuit (IC) that is commonly used to control the speed and direction of two DC motors. It can handle motors that require up to 46 volts and 2 amps of current, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. The L298N features an on-board 5V regulator, which can be used to supply power to an external control circuit. It also has a set of control pins for each motor, allowing you to set the speed and direction of each motor independently.

  • Motor Driver TB6612FNG


    The TB6612FNG Motor Driver can control up to two DC motors at a constant current of 1.2A (3.2A peak). Two input signals (IN1 and IN2) can be used to control the motor in one of four function modes: CW, CCW, short-brake and stop. The two motor outputs (A and B) can be separately controlled, and the speed of each motor is controlled via a PWM input signal with a frequency up to 100kHz. The STBY pin should be pulled high to take the motor out of standby mode.

    Logic supply voltage (VCC) can be in the range of 2.7–5.5VDC, while the motor supply (VM) is limited to a maximum voltage of 15VDC. The output current is rated up to 1.2A per channel (or up to 3.2A for a short, single pulse).

    This little board comes with all components installed as shown. Decoupling capacitors are included on both supply lines. All pins of the TB6612FNG are broken out to two 0.1″ pitch headers; the pins are arranged such that input pins are on one side and output pins are on the other.

  • ULN2003 Motor Driver Board Module


    The ULN2003 is a convenient package of seven Darlington transistors, which means it’s an easy way to drive up to seven loads up to 500mA to 50V maximum. This nice IC is mounted in a circuit board specifically designed to drive unipolar stepper motors, especially these 16:1 and 64:1 stepper gearmotors. Stepper Motor Driver Features: Uses well-proven ULN2003 driver IC Maximum 500mA/channel (50V maximum) Socketed for direct connection to the 22305 16:1 and 22310 64:1 stepper gear motors Indictor LEDs show coil energization 4 pre-soldered input channel pins Works well with Arduino stepper and AccelStepper libraries.