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 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
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
This Dual Motor Driver from DFRobot is designed to the Arduino Shield standard, making it both easy to use and powerful for robotics applications.
This tiny, lightweight and powerful 20A Bidirectional Brushed brakeless ESC is perfect for low-cost RC planes, cars, boats and more.
The M860H Stepper Motor Driver is first a foremost a powerful driver that is able to drive most large stepper motors.
The DQ542MA Stepper Motor Driver offers high torque at all speeds – Ideal for CNC, 3D printing and machines requiring precise numerical value control.
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 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 Arduino CNC Shield is an easy to install expansion for the Arduino UNO board – allowing for precision control of up to four stepper motors via GRBL.
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.
Do you want to build a robot using lots of servo motors like a hexapod? Run out of PWM outputs on your micro or using a Raspberry Pi? Maybe you just want to control LEDs with 12-bits of PWM brightness levels? Then this is the module you have been looking for!
This is a simple dual DC motor driver based on the proven L298N dual h-bridge IC. You can drive this board directly from your Arduino(TTL level signaling) and it allows you to control direction (and speed if you PWM the enable pin!) separately of 2 DC brushed motors at up to 2A and 35VDC per channel!! It is also possible to bridge both channels and be...
This HG7881 Dual Channel 0.8A H-Bridge Motor Driver Module is an inexpensive but effective solution for driving up to two motors at continuous 0.8A current.
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.
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.
These TMC2130 V1.1 Stepper Drivers offer high efficiency noiseless operations at variable loads, with a full complement of extra features too! 1.2A Phase Current RMS | Step/Dir | SPI Interface | Microstep Table | Stall Detection | Short Detection
The Motor Driver HAT simply plugs directly into the top of a Pi board, offering true convenience for integrating motors into Raspberry Pi projects.
The EasyDriver is an easy to use stepper motor driver module, able to drive bipolar stepper motors up to 700mA per phase.
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.
These TMC2208 V2.0 Stepper Motor Drivers offer UltraQuiet operations, UART interfacing, as well as, CoolStep, SpreadCycle & StealthChop2! Key Features: 1.4A RMS | Step/Dir | UART Interface | StealthChop2 | CoolStep
This super-handy Voltage Regulator offers adjustable Motor Speed Control and Light Dimming with clever TRIAC AC Phase Angle Control circuitry.
This Dual H Bridge Motor Driver is capable of running two DC motors simultaneously, with impressively low voltage and current requirements.