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Arduino Compatible Mega Motor Shield 13A, 5-28V

Product Code : RB-Rop-01

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Low-cost robust H-bridge ''shield'' for Arduino
Provides the ability to control up to 30A of current at up to 28V
Supply voltage: 5V to 28V (24V max battery rating)
Continuous output current: 13A

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Low-cost robust H-bridge ''shield'' for Arduino
Provides the ability to control up to 30A of current at up to 28V
Supply voltage: 5V to 28V (24V max battery rating)
Continuous output current: 13A

The Arduino Compatible Mega Motor Shield 13A, 5-28V is a low-cost robust H-bridge ''shield'' for the Arduino and hardware compatible base units. The standardized shield format stacking headers allows multiple MegaMoto units to be controlled by a single Arduino-Uno or Duemilanove using pass-through stacking headers. It is the first and only motor control for Arduino that gives users the ability to control up to 30A of current at up to 28V. The true flexibility of the MegaMoto is shown when multiple units are stacked onto a single base Arduino unit. Arduino users can easily control high-current, high-power motors for robotics, scooters and other applications.

Arduino Compatible Mega Motor Shield 13A, 5-28V

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MEGAMOTO

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Pleasantly Suprised

Review by William
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Stacked two of these on the Arduino to drive two Treadmill motors (each rated for 130VDC and 18A). The motors are mounted beneath a piece of plywood and along with a front caster we have created a nice little Arduino controlled 2WD cart. My students are learning how to program this "RoboCart". Using two UPS batteries (12V DC for each motor) we are able to drive the cart around. We are using one shield per motor so we can forward or reverse the motors to drive the cart forward, backward, and do circles. We have not started testing with braking code yet but the H bridges have yet to get warm during our routine testing and at only 12V DC we got more than enough speed out of the motors without pushing the shield too hard. The real test will come when we brake the cart to a stop rather than coast.

The downloaded documents are excellent and made connecting and using these shields very easy.

(Posted on 12/21/16)

Robust and Easy to Use

Review by Ruslan
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Robust, reliable and easy use shield.
Comes with a user manual which is very helpful.
The speed and direction of each shield is easily controlled by two digital pins of the arduino board.

(Posted on 7/28/14)

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