The RPi Motor Driver Board gives your Pi the ability to drive two DC motors OR one stepper motor. It's an ideal choice to DIY mobile robot based on Raspberry Pi.
High Current, UltraQuiet Stepper Motors for precise, effective & near-silent stepping in 3D Printing & other linear or rotational motion controls. Key Features: 1.7A RMS | Step/Dir | UART | StealthChop2 | StallGuard4 | Stall Detection | CoolStep
These TMC2100 Stepper Motor Drivers from BigTreeTech feature both SpreadCycle & StealthChop for Ultra-Quiet, High Performance, dynamic motion control. Key Features: 1.2A Phase Current RMS | Step/Dir | MicroPlyer | StealthChop | SpreadCycle | Ultra-Quiet
The Arduino Motor Shield uses L293D motor drivers and a 74HC595 shift register to drive 2 servo motors and 2 stepper motors or up to 8 half-bridge drivers.
The DQ542MA Stepper Motor Driver is a 2-phase hybrid stepping motor driver made with high-speed torque and positioning accuracy for 3D Printers and CNC Projects.
The TB6600 Stepper Motor Driver is a 2-phase PWM constant current driver designed for high-speed torque and positional accuracy for CNC applications.
The DQ860HA Stepper Motor Driver is a 2-phase hybrid stepping motor driver made with smooth operation, low noise and low heat for 3D Printers and CNC Projects.
The Dual Stepper Motor HAT is made for Raspberry Pi, to make driving steppers as easy as putting possible for Raspberry Pi Makers.
The EasyDriver is an easy to use stepper motor driver module, able to drive bipolar stepper motors up to 700mA per phase.
The DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Module is stocked as a replacement for the A4988 driver, at up to 24V with 2.5A on each of the dual channels.
This small 9x9x5mm Heatsink for Stepper Motor Drivers utilises passive cooling to prevent thermal damage and overheating.
The BTT TMC2160 Stepper Driver offers all of the features under the sun, with an elegant external-style design and high current capabilities. 2.3A to 4.33A | StealthChop2 | Passive Braking | MicroStep Table | StallGuard2
BTT TMC2130 Stepper Motor Driver offers an insane number of features at an incredible price, making it an excellent choice for 3D Printing and CNC. Microstep Table | StallGuard2 | Passive Braking | ChopSync2 | Stall Detection
The MKS CD V1.0 from MakerBase helps you utilise External Stepper Drivers, acting as an interface between full sized drivers and the A4988 form factor.
These UltraQuiet BTT TMC2225 V1.0 Stepper Drivers offer StealthChop2, Single Wire UART interfacing and built in pulse generator for advanced control. 1.4A RMS | SpreadCycle | StealthChop2 | Passive Braking | UART Interfacing
The DM542 Stepper Motor Driver offers high torque at all speeds – Ideal for CNC, 3D printing and machines requiring precise numerical value control.
These TMC2130 Stepper Motor Drivers offer UltraQuiet operation & sensorless load feedback, with SPI interfacing & a programmable Microstep table. 0.95A RMS | Step/Dir | SPI Interface | Microstep Table | StallGuard2 | Stall Detection | Extended Control Pins
These TMC2100 Stepper Motor Drivers feature both SpreadCycle & StealthChop for Ultra-Quiet, High Performance, dynamic motion control. Key Features: 1.2A Phase Current RMS | Step/Dir | MicroPlyer | SpreadCycle | StealthChop | Ultra-Quiet
The TB6560 Stepper Motor Driver is an affordable hobbyist stepper motor driver with 4 variable excitation modes – For 2/4-phase, 4/6-wire stepper motors.
This simple Carrier Board for A4988 Stepper Motor Driver Module allows for full, half, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 stepping mode at up to 35V and ±2A.
The A4988 Stepper Motor Driver Module is a breakout board capable of driving a four, six or eight-wire stepper motor at five variable microstep resolutions.
The M860H Stepper Motor Driver is first a foremost a powerful driver that is able to drive most large stepper motors.
This basic 5 - 12V ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Breakout Board is designed to be used with Arduino Boards, to drive stepper motors like the 28BYJ-48.
The Micro:Driver is a super easy to use and highly functional Motor Driver Expansion Board designed specifically for the Micro:bit series of Dev boards.