TMC260 Stepper Motor Driver Shield for Arduino

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Manufacturer #: DRI0035

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  • For two-phase stepper motors
  • Arduino compatible
  • Drive Capability up to 2A motor current
  • Highest Voltage up to 40V DC

The TMC260 Stepper Motor Driver Shield for Arduino allows your Arduino to drive stepper motors (up to 2A per motor coil, 40V max). This stepper motor drive shield has a TMC260 chip which is the first energy efficient high precision microstepping driver IC for bipolar stepper motors with integrated power MOSFETs.

TMC260 Stepper Motor Driver Shield for Arduino- Click to Enlarge

The unique high resolution sensorless load detection stallGuard2 is used to for the world’s first integrated load dependent current control feature called coolStep.

TMC260 Stepper Motor Driver Shield for Arduino- Click to Enlarge

  • Standard SPI and STEP/DIR interfaces simplify communication
  • Lighest Resolution up to 256 microsteps per full step
  • Protection Diagnostics: overcurrent, short to GND,overtemperature & undervoltage
  • StallGuard2: high precision sensorless motor load detection
  • coolStep load dependent current control for energy savings up to 75%
  • microPlyer : Microstep interpolator for obtaining increased smoothness of microstepping over a STEP/DIR interface
  • SpreadCycle High-precision chopper algorithm available as an alternative to the traditional constant off-time algorithm
  • Low Power Dissipation, low RDSON & synchronous rectification

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Very easy to use

Nice product. Allowed us to quickly program a stepper motor. Build quality is good. Only issue is that the documentation should be clearer on which pins are not available. We encountered a problem with using SPI and PWM signals.

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