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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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DRV8825 - stepper motor driver 45V / 2,2A - Pololu 2133

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 up to 2.2 A) per coil, when...
Index: PLL-01324
Index: PLL-01324
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L298N - two-channel motor driver

Two-channel H-bridge. Supply voltage: max. 46 V. Max. instantaneous current 2 A. Housing: Multiwatt15 (THT).
Index: UCC-00060
Index: UCC-00060
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DRV8834 stepper motor driver Low-Voltage 10,8V 2A - Pololu 2134

Stepper motor controller based on the DRV8834 system allows you to control a motor with a current consumption of up to 1.5 A (momentary up to 2 A) per coil, with voltage from...
Index: PLL-01418
Index: PLL-01418
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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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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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Servo Motor Shield v2.3 - 2-channel motor driver, stepper motors and servos - Adafruit 1438

Cap for Arduino to control four DC motors (13.5 V/1.2 A), two stepper motors and two servos. It communicates through interface I2, using only two lines of Arduino.
Index: ADA-02444
Index: ADA-02444
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A4988 Black - stepper motor driver RepRap 35V/2A - Pololu 2128

Stepper motor driver based on the A4988 chip. Powered by a voltage range of 8 - 35 V, with a maximum current consumption of 2 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/16th of a step....
Index: PLL-02000
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Stepper motor 28BYJ-48 5V / 0.1A / 0.03Nm with ULN2003 controller

Five wire stepper motor with driver on Darlington chip. It has an integrated 64:1 gear ratio, is powered by 5 V, and draws 100 mA current per coil. The holding torque...
Index: GRL-12807
Index: GRL-12807
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Stepper motor driver HY-DIV268N-5A in case - 48V5A

Stepper motor driver based on the system TB6600 allows you to control the motor with a current consumption of up to 5 A (range is adjustable from 0.2 A to 5 A) on the coil...
Index: MOD-07280
Index: MOD-07280
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Ramps 1.4 RepRap driver for 3D printer

Popular driver of 3D printer, adapted to work with Arduino Mega 2560 and stepper motors driver A4988. The system requires a power source with an output voltage of 12 V and...
Index: MOD-02193
Index: MOD-02193
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TB67S249FTG Stepper Motor Driver Carrier 47V/4,5A - Pololu 2973

Stepper motor driver based on TB67S249FTG chip. Powered by a voltage range of 10 - 47 V , with a maximum current consumption of 4.5 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1 / 32...
Index: PLL-12228
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MP6500 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier, Digital Current Control - Pololu 2968

A stepper motor driver based on the MP6500 chip . Powered by a voltage range of 4.5 - 35 V, with a maximum current consumption of 2 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/8 step....
Index: PLL-10880
Index: PLL-10880
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TB6612 Motor Shield - 4x DC motor driver - 12V/1,2 A - Shield for Arduino

The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC), with two stepper motors or two servos using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of...
Index: GRL-12811
Index: GRL-12811
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Cytron Maker Drive MX1508 - two-channel motor controller 9.5V/1A

Simple to use, two-channel DC motor driver with H-bridge. 1 A continuous current per channel (1.5 A momentary). Power supply from 2.5 V to 9.5 V. Output current at 5 V is 0.2 A.
Index: CTN-13999
Index: CTN-13999
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MP6500 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier, Digital Current Control (Header Pins Soldered) - Pololu 2967

Stepper motor controller based on MP6500 system. Powered from 4.5 V to 35 V, with a maximum current consumption of 2.5 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/8th step. The module...
Index: PLL-12844
Index: PLL-12844
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Stepper Motor HAT - 2 channels - 28V/2,5A for Raspberry Pi - Waveshare 15669

Shield for Rasberry Pi is equipped with a system DRV8825, it allows you to control two stepper motors with a resolution of steps of up to 1/32. It works with motors with a...
Index: WSR-13513
Index: WSR-13513
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DFRobot - motor driver 5,5V/1,5A for BBC micro:bit

An overlay for micro:bit to control four DC motors , two stepper motors and eight servos (5.5V/1.5A). Additionally the module has 9 I/O pins Micro:bit.
Index: DFR-12359
Index: DFR-12359
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36v4 - High - Power Stepper Motor Driver 50V/6A - Pololu 3730

The DRV8711 stepper motor controller allows you to control one bipolar stepper motor. Powered from 8 V to 50 V, with a maximum current draw of 6 A per coil. Maximum...
Index: PLL-14787
Index: PLL-14787
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Tic T825 - USB stepper motor driver 45V / 2.5A - assembled - Pololu 3130

The stepper motor driver features a TI DRV8825 driver. It is powered from 8.5 - 45 V , with a maximum current consumption of 2.5 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1/32...
Index: PLL-09468
Index: PLL-09468
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STSPIN220 Low-Voltage Stepper Motor Driver Carrier - Pololu 2876

Stepper motor driver powered from 1,8 V to 10 V. Maximum resolution: 1/256 koku. Can operate without heat sink or forced air flow at 1.1 A per phase.
Index: PLL-13822
Index: PLL-13822
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TB6612 - two-channel 13.5V / 1.2A motor driver with connectors - Adafruit 2448

Dual-channel driver motors on the basis of the layout of the TB6612FNG . The voltage of the motors is d 4.5 V to 13.5 V and logic voltage ranges from 2.7 V to 5 V . The...
Index: ADA-15916
Index: ADA-15916
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TB67S279FTG Stepper Motor Driver Carrier 47V/2A - Pololu 2974

Stepper motor driver based on TB67S279FTG chip . Powered by a voltage range of 10 - 47 V , with a maximum current consumption of 2 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1 /...
Index: PLL-12227
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TB67S279FTG - stepper motor driver 47V/1,6A - Pololu 3096

Stepper motor driver based on TB67S279FTG chip . Powered by a voltage range of 10 - 47 V, with a maximum current consumption of 4.5 A per coil. Maximum resolution: 1 / 32...
Index: PLL-13426
Index: PLL-13426
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Stepper drivers presented in this category allow you to control the direction and speed of rotation of the motor. The resolution of the motors (microstep size) is also set using such plates. This page also provides detailed information on how to connect the motors. Thanks to them, controlling a stepper motor becomes very easy. Please see all the products below!

How to choose a driver for a stepper motor?

In this category, you can choose from stepper motor drivers specially selected by the specialists of the Botland store. Such devices allow you to precisely control the operation of one or more motors. They are suitable for bipolar and unipolar components. The controllers use signals from any system that generates logical states, such as: Arduino, Raspberry Pi, STM32Discovery, or microcontrollers. If you create a project in the field of programmable electronics, these types of boards will certainly find their application sooner or later. It is also worth noting that some models allow you to simultaneously connect DC motors, stepper motors and servos, as well as sensors, LCD display, memory card reader or Bluetooth module, which allows you to create more advanced projects.

The standard system consists of a controller that takes pulse signals from a system generating logic states and converts them into a signal fed to the motor windings. As for the way the device works, the stepper motor converts the pulsed electrical signal from the controller into a sequence of movements. The direction of rotation is determined by the type of pulses supplied. In turn, the speed of rotation depends on the frequency of the pulses, and the number of microsteps depends on the number of pulses. Therefore, when choosing, it is necessary to check the detailed technical parameters of a given PCB.

Stepper motors – mechanism of action and current intensity

To understand how a stepper motor driver works, it is necessary to understand how a motor of this type itself works. Well, the movement of the motor results from the interaction between the stator's permanent magnet and the alternating magnetic field, which in turn is directly proportional to the current flowing in the windings. It follows from the above reasons that when choosing a controller one should first of all take into account the intensity of the current consumed by the coils.

The controller should have a current capacity corresponding to the rated value of the motor. The rated motors’ value should not differ by more than ± 5% of the motor current value. In many available controllers in this category of the Botland store, it is possible to independently limit the maximum current consumed by the stepper motor. For this purpose, it is enough to use the built-in potentiometer located on the PCB.

It should also be remembered that stepper motors work all the time and consume the most current in the holding phase, which in turn causes the motor to heat up. Therefore, it may be necessary to use an appropriate heat sink to prevent damage to the controller and the motor.

Choosing a stepper motor and its driver

The key parameter of the stepper driver is the voltage range and the torque. This is because the same parameters are extremely important when selecting the motor itself. Both devices should be matched to each other. When selecting a controller with a specific voltage range, one should take into account mainly the torque (power) of the motor, which directly depends on the speed of the impulse growth (i.e. on the supply voltage) and the voltage resistance of the controller to the electromotive force generated by the motor.

In turn, the aforementioned high voltage of the controller supply allows the current intensity in the coils to increase rapidly. More voltage is more engine dynamics, and lower voltage causes a deterioration in engine dynamics and speed.

Remember that for additional information on stepper motors and drivers, see our guides published on the Botland website. Be sure to read the specification of a given product by going to the product sheet. We wish you great shopping at the Botland store!