Motoron M3S256 Triple Motor Controller Shield for Arduino (No Connectors)

PololuSKU: RB-Pol-1019
Manufacturer #: 5032

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Description

  • Motoron M3S256 Triple Motor Controller Shield for Arduino (No Connectors)
  • Manages up to three motors independently
  • Supports a wide range of motor supply voltages, from 4.5 to 48 V
  • Delivers continuous output currents of up to 2A per motor
  • Allows for multiple shields to be stacked to control more motors

The Motoron M3S256 Triple Motor Controller Shield for Arduino (No Connectors) is a sophisticated device designed to facilitate the control of DC motors via an Arduino or Arduino-compatible board through an I²C interface. This module is capable of independently managing up to three motors. For projects requiring control over a larger number of motors, multiple shields can be conveniently stacked atop the same Arduino.

The M3S256 model supports a wide range of motor supply voltages, from 4.5 V to 48 V, and can deliver continuous output currents of up to 2 A per motor. Please note that this version is solely the motor controller, and does not include any header pins or terminal blocks.

The Motoron M3S256 shield is adept at controlling up to three bidirectional, brushed DC motors with an Arduino or a compatible board, such as the A-Star 32U4 Prime. It can handle motor supply voltages from 4.5 V to 48 V and deliver continuous output currents of up to 2 A per motor. The design allows for multiple Motoron controllers to be stacked, enabling independent control of a multitude of motors. Unlike many motor drivers and motor driver shields, the Motoron does not necessitate any PWM outputs or timers on the Arduino. Instead, the Arduino communicates with the Motoron using I²C, requiring only two I/O lines, regardless of the number of Motorons connected.

Important Note: The product features three motor control channels that allow for independent control of up to three bidirectional brushed DC motors per Motoron. It has a wide motor supply voltage range of 4.5 V to 48 V (absolute maximum), a maximum output current per motor of 2.0 A continuous, 6.4 A peak for less than 1 second, reverse-voltage protection on motor power supply (down to -40 V), a logic voltage range of 3.0 V to 5 V, a control interface of I²C clock speed of up to 400 kHz, and configurable motion parameters.

  • 1x Motoron M3S256 Triple Motor Controller Shield for Arduino (No Connectors)

  • 2.02 x 1.3 inch
  • Channels: 3
  • Control interface: I2C
  • Minimum operating voltage: 4.5 V
  • Maximum operating voltage: 48 V
  • Continuous output current per channel: 2.0 A
  • Peak output current per channel: 6.4 A
  • Minimum logic voltage: 3.0 V
  • Maximum logic voltage: 5.5 V
  • Reverse voltage protection?: Yes
  • Connectors soldered?: No
  • Weight: 7.5 g

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