Looking for a motor driver for your mobile robot? Want to drive a stepper motor? Worry not! MDD3A is able to control two brushed DC motors or single bipolar/unipolar stepper motor from 4V to 16V.
With discrete MOSFETs H-Bridge design, this motor driver is able to support 3 Amp per channel continuously without any additional heatsink.625.00 EGP
3M660 is a constant torque microstepping driver, voltage range from 24-58VDC, it’s suitable for various 3-phase NEMA23 & NEMA34 hybrid stepper motorWith the build-in constant current chopping circuit similar to servo driver, the motor run stable without vibration and noise in low speed.990.00 EGP990.00 EGP
This is a dual motor driver which is designed to drive 2 DC motor with high current up to 10A continuously and 30A peak. The driver works in the voltage range from 5 to 25 V. It also includes a fast test switch for driver testing.
This driver supports locked-antiphase and sign-magnitude PWM signal. It uses full solid-state components which result in faster response time and eliminate the wear and tear of the mechanical relay Cytron Dual Channel1,350.00 EGP
This drive is an upgraded version of TB6600, heightening segments to 32 segments, for high-use segments. Applicable stepper motor: 42,57,86 type 2-phase 4-phase (4-wire line 6 line 8)420.00 EGP
CCPM Servo Consistency Tester55.00 EGP
CNC Router Single Axis310.00 EGP
Sg90 Servo Motor
The SG90 is a small-sized, low-cost servo motor that is commonly used in small-scale projects and hobbyist applications. It is a popular choice among students, hobbyists, and DIY enthusiasts due to its affordability and ease of use. The SG90 is a type of rotary actuator that is capable of precise angular positioning and speed control.
- Operating Voltage: 4.8V – 6V DC
- Stall Torque: 1.8 kg-cm (4.8V); 2.2 kg-cm (6V)
- Operating Speed: 0.1 s/60° (4.8V); 0.08 s/60° (6V)
- Rotational Range: 180°
- Dimensions: 22.2 x 11.8 x 31 mm
- Weight: 9g
The SG90 servo motor can be used in a variety of applications, including robotics, model making, remote control vehicles, and other small-scale projects. Its compact size and low cost make it an ideal choice for hobbyists and students who are just starting out with electronics and programming.
The SG90 servo motor can be controlled using a microcontroller or a dedicated servo controller. Most microcontrollers have a built-in pulse-width modulation (PWM) feature that can be used to control the servo motor’s position and speed. The SG90 servo motor uses a standard three-pin connector, with the pinout being VCC, GND, and Signal.
To control the SG90 servo motor, you need to send it a pulse signal with a frequency of 50 Hz and a pulse width between 1 ms to 2 ms. The pulse width determines the position of the servo motor, with 1 ms corresponding to the minimum position and 2 ms corresponding to the maximum position. The pulse signal should be sent continuously to maintain the position of the servo motor.
The SG90 servo motor is a popular choice among hobbyists and students due to its affordability and ease of use. It is a versatile motor that can be used in a variety of applications, including robotics, model making, and remote control vehicles. With its compact size and low cost, the SG90 servo motor is an ideal choice for beginners who are just starting out with electronics and programming.
The MD20A enables bidirectional control of one high-power brushed DC motor from 6V to 30V. With discrete NMOS H-Bridge design, this motor driver is able to support 20Amp continuously without any heatsink.690.00 EGP690.00 EGP