Driver module for stepper motors DRV8825

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stepstick DRV8825 driver module for stepper motors.
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Product Description


The module is a driver for stepper motors. The DRV8825 offers a micro activation of the bipolar stepper motor. The module is provided with a particular pinout made to easily interface with the vector of the stepper motor A4988, so that it can be used as an improvement in several applications. DRV8825 has overtemperature and overcurrent limiter and protection with adjustable current in six micro-resolution (pitch 1/32-step). It Employs voltage from 8,2 to 45 V,and it is able to provide current up to 1,5 A on each phase without heatsink or forced air flow (rated up to 2,2A with external cooling system). Technical specifications: Six different resolutions: Full step, half step, 1/4-step, 1/8-step, 1/16-step, 1/32-step CAN interface, direct interface with systems at 3,3 V and 5 V. Thermal Shutdown: excessive temperature, overcurrent shutdown, undervoltage stoppage Short circuit load protection PCB with 2 copper plated layers, in order to improve the heat dissipation The dimensions of the module, the pinouts and the interface match those of the A4988 Current control adjustable with a potentiometer, which allows to employ stepper motors at their rated voltage or even more, in order to reach an higher output rate with phase current Intelligent control that automatically selects the mode or the precise decay (fast or slow) Maximum supply voltage: 45V Voltage regulator integrated (for each supply voltage of the external logic)

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 03A249 (ARD05094CN)
Motor type Step
Min Voltage No
Max Voltage No
Nominal voltage No
Max Current No
Max Power No
Channels 1
Comunication No


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