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StepStick - stepper motor controllers

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Stepper motor driver A4988 RepRap - green

Stepper motor driver based on the A4988 system. Voltage supply in the range from 8V to 35 V, with maximum current consumption of 1 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/16 of a...
Index: MOD-02964
Index: MOD-02964
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A4988 - stepper motor driver RepRap 35V/2A - Pololu 1182

Stepper motor driver based on the A4988 system. Voltage supply in the range of 8 to 35 V with maximum current consumption of 2 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/16 of a step....
Index: PLL-00148
Index: PLL-00148
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Easy Driver EZ5160 Pro V1.0 Bigtreetech

Easy Driver EZ5160 PRO V 1.0 is a new driver from Bigtreetech that thanks to its innovative design, it is very easy to install in the motherboard. The construction of the...
Index: BTT-21680
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Easy Driver EZ2209 Bigtreetech

Easy Driver EZ2209 is a new driver from Bigtreetech , thanks to a well-thought-out design, the driver is easy to install on the motherboard.
Index: BTT-21681
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Stepper motor driver A4988 RepRap - red

Stepper motor controller based on A4988. Powered from 8 - 35 V, with a maximum current consumption of 1 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/16 steps.
Index: MOD-02660
Index: MOD-02660
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Bigtreetech TMC2226 v1.0 Stepper Motor Driver

Two-phase stepper motor driver. Maximum current consumption per coil is 2.8 A . RMS effective value is 2 A. It ensures a smooth operation with a resolution of 256 steps. The...
Index: BTT-18757
Index: BTT-18757
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StepStick DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver

Stepper motor's driver based on the system DRV8825, allows you to control the motor with a current consumption of up to 1.5 A (with cooling of up to 2.2 A) per coil, at...
Index: MOD-03739
Index: MOD-03739
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Bigtreetech TMC2209 v1.2 Stepper Motor Driver

Stepper motor driver, whose supply voltage ranges from 4.75 V to 28 V DC . The maximum current consumption per coil is 2 A (RMS). The driver can operate in two modes: step /...
Index: BTT-19883
Index: BTT-19883
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Regular price €6.18 Price €6.18

A4988 IC chip

Many driver controllers are based on the A4988 IC from a leading manufacturer in the field of robotics and automation, Pololu. This cleverly designed system allows you to work with devices that allow you to control logical states, such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, STM32 Discovery and other numerous microcontrollers available on the market. Implementation in a 3D printer or in an assembly with another device is usually very simple. In the product descriptions in Botland, we have included tips describing the connection of the controller and specification elements, such as resolution or load guidelines, which are not always included in the offers of electronics stores.

Stepper motor driver - good, so what?

Stepper motors are practically fundamental elements of a 3D printer that take care of axis movements and are controlled by a motor driver. The owner of the 3D printer determines the power, speed, precision, temperature and, in a way, the volume of the 3D printer engine. Those interested in upgrading a 3D printer can bet on alternatives - then the original stepper driver is often replaced with the so-called. silent stepper driver to reduce the noise generated during 3D printing

Stepstick modules

StepStick controls and drives one stepper motor. It is commonly used in RepRap or similar 3D printers in conjunction with other controllers. It is characterized by a simple step and direction control interface, five different step resolutions: full step, half step, quarter step, ⅛ step and 1/16 step, adjustable current control that allows you to set the maximum output current with a potentiometer that allows you to use a voltage above the rated voltage of the stepper motor to achieve higher step speeds and finally the intelligent control that automatically selects the appropriate current distribution mode. It has protection against short-circuit to ground and short-circuit on load.