LC Technology L298N Twin Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver Module

BMAA100030
£10.69

6 in stock

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BMAA100030
  • Length (mm):
    130
  • Width (mm):
    100
  • Height (mm):
    30
  • Brand:
    LC Technology
  • Main Colour:
    Blue
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • MPN:
    LC-Motor-298-4
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Minimum Operating Temperature:
    -40°C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:
    85°C
  • Number of Items:
    1
  • Pin Pitch:
    2.54mm
  • Logic Level Voltage:
    5-7V
  • Input DC Voltage:
    5V
  • Drive Current:
    2A
  • Module Power Rating:
    50W
  • Drive Type:
    H-Bridge
  • Control Type:
    PWM
  • Control Modes:
    CW
    CCW
  • Mounting Hole Size:
    M2.5
  • Mounting Dimensions:
    58/49mm
  • Format:
    PWM
  • Chipset MPN:
    L298N
  • Noted Onboard Components:
    5V Regulator
DESCRIPTION
This module is ideally suited to adding motor control to your project. This is the L298N twin dual H-Bridge module which allows you to build in 2 controlled motors to your projects, controlling the speed with current. This can be used with a wide range of microcontrollers including Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
The module allows the use of PWM control of up to 4 DC motors or a two 2/4 phase stepper motors, the connections of which are screwed into the terminals. The module can be powered using 5 - 35V, furthermore if powered by a voltage greater then 7V the 5V terminal will be able to act as a 5V power source. The logic level can be powered by USB if desired.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.
Pin Description
EN1 Motor 1 Speed Control
EN2 Motor 2 Speed Control
EN3 Motor 3 Speed Control
EN4 Motor 4 Speed Control
IN1/2 Motor A Direction
IN3/4 Motor B Direction
IN5/6 Motor C Direction
IN7/8 Motor D Direction
Terminal Description
VCC 5-7V Input
GND 0V
5V 5V input/output
OUT1 Motor A
OUT2 Motor A
OUT3 Motor B
OUT4 Motor B
OUT5 Motor C
OUT6 Motor C
OUT7 Motor D
OUT8 Motor D

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