Led Strip or DC motor driver board that can run on PWM signal from ArduinoDesigned by Owl Labs, Ships from Serbia
What is it? This board is first designed to run 12V led strips and create dimmer effects of different kinds, but possibilities are far grater. You can run DC motors, LED strips, and do general-purp...Read More…
This board is first designed to run 12V led strips and create dimmer effects of different kinds, but possibilities are far grater. You can run DC motors, LED strips, and do general-purpose amplification or low-speed switching applications. Just plug DC adapter in female DC plug on board that is corresponding to your load voltage and you can run it with any micro controller that has PWM pins.
TIP-122 is Power Transistor up to 5 A and 100V DC and it is NPN Darlington.
We wanted something simple that can do the job without any special wiring or trouble. We built it to be small, reliable, and with lot of power potential. You can chose how you will connect your load (soldering directly, soldering pinhead or screw terminal).
This board is small, compact, easy to assemble and use. It differs from others because small size and huge power potential. Also you can use couple of these Driver Boards to make very complicated projects of your home led lightning system, or maybe automobile uses. Possibilities are endless.
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