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Motor Driver 2A Dual L298 H-Bridge

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This dual bidirectional motor driver, from Cana Kit, is based on the very popular L298 Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver Integrated Circuit. The circuit will allow you to easily and independently control two motors of up to 2A each in both directions. It is ideal for robotic applications and well suited for connection to a microcontroller requiring just a couple of control lines per motor. It can also be interfaced with simple manual switches, TTL logic gates, relays, etc. The circuit incorporates 4 direction LEDs (2 per motor), a heat sink, screw-terminals, as well as eight Schottky EMF-protection diodes. Two high-power current sense resistors are also incorporated which allow monitoring of the current drawn on each motor through your microcontroller. An on-board user-accessible 5V regulator is also incorporated which can also be used to supply any additional circuits requiring a regulated 5V DC supply of up to about 1A. The circuit also offers a bridged mode of operation allowing bidirectional control of a single motor of up to about 4A.Features:Motor supply: 6 to 35 VDCControl Logic: Standard TTL Logic LevelOutput Power: Up to 2 A eachCurrent Sense OutputsOnboard Power Resistors Provided for Current LimitEnable and Direction Control PinsExternal Diode Bridge Provided for OutputHeatsink for ICPower-On LED indicator4 Direction LED indicatorsDimensions: 3 x 2.5"Documents:User’s ManualAdd Your Tags: var addTagFormJs = new VarienForm(‘addTagForm’); function submitTagForm(){ if(addTagFormJs.validator.validate()) { addTagFormJs.form.submit(); } } Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (‘) for phrases.Varien.Tabs = Class.create();Varien.Tabs.prototype = { initialize: function(selector) { var self=this; $$(selector+’ a').each(this.initTab.bind(this)); }, initTab: function(el) { el.href = ‘javascr

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This dual bidirectional motor driver, from Cana Kit, is based on the very popular L298 Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver Integrated Circuit. The circuit will allow you to easily and independently control two motors of up to 2A each in both directions. It is ideal for robotic applications and well suited for connection to a microcontroller requiring just a couple of control lines per motor. It can also be interfaced with simple manual switches, TTL logic gates, relays, etc. The circuit incorporates 4 direction LEDs (2 per motor), a heat sink, screw-terminals, as well as eight Schottky EMF-protection diodes. Two high-power current sense resistors are also incorporated which allow monitoring of the current drawn on each motor through your microcontroller. An on-board user-accessible 5V regulator is also incorporated which can also be used to supply any additional circuits requiring a regulated 5V DC supply of up to about 1A. The circuit also offers a bridged mode of operation allowing bidirectional control of a single motor of up to about 4A.Features:Motor supply: 6 to 35 VDCControl Logic: Standard TTL Logic LevelOutput Power: Up to 2 A eachCurrent Sense OutputsOnboard Power Resistors Provided for Current LimitEnable and Direction Control PinsExternal Diode Bridge Provided for OutputHeatsink for ICPower-On LED indicator4 Direction LED indicatorsDimensions: 3 x 2.5"Documents:User’s ManualAdd Your Tags: var addTagFormJs = new VarienForm(‘addTagForm’); function submitTagForm(){ if(addTagFormJs.validator.validate()) { addTagFormJs.form.submit(); } } Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (‘) for phrases.Varien.Tabs = Class.create();Varien.Tabs.prototype = { initialize: function(selector) { var self=this; $$(selector+’ a').each(this.initTab.bind(this)); }, initTab: function(el) { el.href = ‘javascr

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