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Simple-H 20A, 5V to 28V DC Motor Driver

Product Code : RB-Rop-05

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Low-cost robust H-bridge DC motor driver
Output current (continuous): 20A (25A with fan)
Supply voltage: 5V to 28V (24V max battery rating)
PWM Frequency: DC to 20kHz

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Description

Low-cost robust H-bridge DC motor driver
Output current (continuous): 20A (25A with fan)
Supply voltage: 5V to 28V (24V max battery rating)
PWM Frequency: DC to 20kHz

Robot Power introduces the Simple-H 20A, 5V to 28V R/C DC Motor Driver. It is a low-cost robust H-bridge circuit suitable for driving DC motors and other DC loads in the 25A and 6V-28V range. A wide range of command sources from switches to 555 timer circuits to microcontrollers and basic stamps and Arduinos may be used to control the Simple-H. Unlike many competing products which advertise similar current ratings, the Simple-H ratings are for a period measured in minutes or hours not a few seconds or less. You can be sure if you need 20A of current you can get 20A out of it for as long as you need it.

Simple-H 20A, 5V to 28V DC Motor Driver

Note: Fan not included

Dimensions

Weight: 1.3 0z

Supplier Product Code

S-H

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Nice and easy to use

Review by Soren
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Great and simple design. I would like to have a status LED indicating when there is power connected.

(Posted on 1/14/15)

Excellent High Power Driver Board

Review by Ted
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Fairly straight forward. Instructions decent but didn't really mention the Enable Pin which threw me for a while. Got it working and works great with my linear actuator going in both directions.

(Posted on 10/14/14)

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