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Stepper Motor Driver Board Keyes L298N

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The L298N driver module, using ST L298N chip can directly drive two 3-30V DC motor, and provides a 5V output interface.
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Perfect for robotics applications and suitable for the connection to a microcontroller which requires only a couple of control lines for each motor. Can be interfaced with simple manual swithces, TTL logic ports, relè, etc…The circuit includes 4 direction LEDs (2 for each motor), one heat sink, screw terminals, 8 EMF protection diodes Schottky and 2 high power current sensors, which allows you to control the absorbed current on each motor through a microcontroller.
There i salso a 5v regulator user-controllable, which can be used as supply for other circuits requiring alimentation regulated at 5vcc up to 1A.

Specification:
1 Driver chip: L298N dual H-bridge driver chip
2 Terminal driver part of the supply area VMS: +5 V ~ +35 V
3 Drive part of the peak current Io: 2A / Bridge
4 Logical part of the terminal power supply range Vss :4.5-5 .5 V
5 Logical part of the operating current range: 0 ~ 36mA
6 The control signal input voltage range: 4.5-5.5V low 0V high
7 Maximum power consumption: 20W
8 Storage temperature: -25 ~ +130
9 Driver Board Size: 55mm * 60mm * 30mm
10 Driver board Weight: 33g
11 Other features: control direction indicator, power indicator, current detection, logical part of the plate to take power interface.

Connection mode:
1.ENA
2.IN1
3.IN2
4.IN3
5.IN4
6.ENB
7.GND
8.+5V

For more info datasheet.

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU ARD05069CN
Motor type Step
Min Voltage 6 V
Max Voltage 35 V
Nominal voltage No
Max Current 2 A
Max Power No
Channels 2
Comunication PWM

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