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  • DFRobot 4.8-46V, 2A Dual Motor Controller
    A good inexpensive controller
    Review by Bill
    Its relatively easy to drive. Each motor channel has a 5/0V direction pin and a PWM pin for speed. Most other controllers have an additional direction pin that has to be driven at odds to its partner. Also I was able to use the same power supply for motors and logic, which is unusual and convenient. I am noticing that the motors don't turn as fast as an alternative controller that I have however - maybe 60%. So there is something odd going on there.
    (Posted on 10/27/14)
  • Sabertooth Dual 5A 6V-18V Regenerative Motor Driver
    Pricy but good...
    Review by Matthew
    For My application I would have been happy with half the wattage and (half the price) but I certainly can see the benefits of this device. It was simple to connect and configure. It retained the torque even at slow speeds. It completed my application in one go. I would recommend it for any project requiring maximum torque at two motors.
    (Posted on 10/20/14)
  • Motor Shield Kit for Arduino v2
    Works
    Review by Mitchell
    Used to replace the older adyfruit motor shield that I fried a few months ago. Needed different libraries, drivers, etc... but I eventually got it to work. Works like a charm.
    (Posted on 10/6/14)
  • Motor Shield Kit for Arduino v2
    Nice board
    Review by matias
    Tested this with different stepper motors, servos and DC's, they all work nicely with this shield. Even managed to run 2 large stepper motors concurrently.
    (Posted on 9/21/14)
  • DFRobot 4.8-46V, 2A Dual Motor Controller
    Works great!
    Review by Richard
    Even when running near the rated current limit, the driver works great. The heat sink was an excellent addition to the l298
    (Posted on 8/12/14)
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Hi Pototo, Welcome to the RobotShop forum. Most Arduino Shield motor controllers feature <5A motor outputs. Here is one that has two up to 14A ... Controller Of course, there are other controllers available in the <10A DC Controllers category. Hope that help with your choice...!
2014-09-11 10:02 by DiaLFonZo
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... and Booster-B36V2A5 , which are typically used to control the Brushed DC Motor in open-loop mode and the High Power LED(two separate H-bridges ... you want to get a free sample? Please join the discussion! :D PS: BLDC controllers and Stepper Motor controllers are under designing ...... Please ...
2014-07-05 00:42 by gicren
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I always want to design a series of highly integrated and flexible motion controllers. One day, a structure presented in my mind, so I spent a lot of spare time to do the following work. Could you please give me some suggestions? For all the Gicren’s devices ...
2014-06-30 10:18 by gicren
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... trick (sounds like it might be underpowered) then you should consider a DC gear motor connected to an RC motor controller: http://www.robotshop.com/gear-motors.html http://www.robotshop.com/rc-motor-controllers.html Something like this would be easy to mount and allow you to adjust ...
2013-02-19 14:09 by CBenson
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There are a lot of controllers which can be used with that motor and can interface with Arduino. Some of the more convenient ones are of course shields: ⋅  10A DC Motor Driver Arduino Shield ⋅  DFRobot Arduino Compatible Motor Shield (2A) ⋅  ...
2013-01-23 17:05 by CBenson
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... and the motor. How do they interface? You specifically need a DC motor controller which accepts R/C input . This is always noted in the essential points, and we have a category for R/C controlled DC motor controllers as well. If the controller does not have the R/C leads , you can ...
2012-07-04 08:19 by CBenson
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... most cases - read the label to be sure). c) if don't exist any way for controller and I must use SSC-32 with PC, can I connect and control several controllers with one RIOS PC or several arms with one controller? The M100RAK only has four servos onboard (no gripper), while the SSC-21 can be connected ...
2012-01-30 09:02 by CBenson
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Hi MegaGrego, Welcome to the RobotShop Forum. Some servo motor controllers are quite small and are intended to run only small or standard sized servo motors. As such, the physical traces on the board are only so thick and the maximum current they can handle ...
2011-04-04 08:42 by CBenson
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... 10A controller, you would be set up for most robotics experimentation that didn't involve Robotwars type power and control ( I have a pair of 4QD controllers for my more aggressive robots :) )
2008-04-27 04:42 by Orac
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... Your plan for mounting the board: The plan is to encapsulate the entire board in heatshrink as the model airplane folks are doing with their speed controllers. will not allow us to get rid of that 15 to 20 Watts (heatshrink is a great insulator). As Barry said at OpenServo: ek. This thing will ...
2007-05-30 08:30 by Cliff
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Hello, I am a little bit new to this, so I had a question about some motor controllers. First, I'm building a RC tracked vehicles, small to medium sized. I am planning on running with 7.2V, and I have some motors picked out. The stall current of my motors is ...
2007-03-20 19:47 by Richter
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... read my post? (no offense) I did a google search. I always do a search before I ask a question. However, my search results were all about 555 PWM controllers for fans. Fans require very little current. Like 50-500mA. I am dealing with 10A here. :wink: :wink: Perhaps you should use the google advanced ...
2007-02-01 19:08 by zoomkat
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... read my post? (no offense) I did a google search. I always do a search before I ask a question. However, my search results were all about 555 PWM controllers for fans. Fans require very little current. Like 50-500mA. I am dealing with 10A here. I will read the essay after I eat. Hungy!
2007-02-01 16:01 by robodude666
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Um... well... the reference to the 300A controller does apply, at least in my head. :wink: I'm just pointing out that you could build the two speed controllers you need for much cheaper than you can buy them, if you're willing to DIY. The MOSFETs I'm refering to are good for up to 75V and 75A, so ...
2006-07-28 12:26 by NickReiser
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