This is a small dual H bridge designed to run 2 dc motors or 1 stepper motorDesigned by 2BRobots, Ships from Mexico
Orders usually ships on tuesdays, if you order the same day it probably will ship next tuesday. Thanks
What is it? It is a small breakout board for the DRV8835, designed to fit in a breadboard or be wired easily. The DRV8835 provides an integrated motor driver solution for cameras, consumer product...Read More…
It is a small breakout board for the DRV8835, designed to fit in a breadboard or be wired easily.
The DRV8835 provides an integrated motor driver solution for cameras, consumer products, toys, and other low-voltage or battery-powered motion control applications. The device has two H-bridge drivers, and drives two DC motors or one stepper motor, as well as other devices like solenoids. The output driver block for each consists of N-channel power MOSFETs configured as an H-bridge to drive the motor winding. An internal charge pump generates gate drive voltages.
The DRV8835 supplies up to 1.5-A of output current per H-bridge and operates on a motor power supply voltage from 0 V to 11 V, and a device power supply voltage of 2 V to 7 V. PHASE/ENABLE and IN/IN interfaces are compatible with industry-standard devices.
Internal shutdown functions are provided for overcurrent protection, short circuit protection, undervoltage lockout, and overtemperature.
I wanted to use this driver for my motors, however the small SMD package was a challenge at prototyping time. So I decided to make a breakout board to carry out in a more workable size for experimenting or even applications.
Is tiny but pretty powerful. And is much better than the old L293D, especially if you are running on batteries.
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Correos de México: Air mail
This will ship using registered air mail, usually arrives in 15-40 days. Tracking code is included.
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