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Silent Step Click is the complete integrated bipolar step motor driver solution, rich with many features that allow extremely smooth and silent operation of the connected motor while being able to provide up to 2.5A peak motor current and withstand up to 46V supply voltage. The specialized TMC5130 IC driver from Trinamic Company far exceeds the capabilities of similar step motor drivers that are commonly used. Thereby, the Silent Step click is basically the “intelligence and power” between the main MCU, as a motion controller, and the two-phase stepper motor. The device achieves outstanding performance with a wide range of various step motors, thanks to several technologies featured, such as stallGuard2™, spreadCycle™, stealthChop™, microPlayer™ and many more.
Silent Step click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
Stepper 2 click is a complete solution for driving bipolar stepper motors with full/half and micro-steps. It features the A4988 IC from Allegro Microsystems with DMOS low RDSON drivers on its outputs, which ensure high efficiency and reliable operation of the internal H-Bridges. This IC has the integrated translator section, used to simplify the control: using simple step control inputs from the host MCU, the stepper motor can be driven in both directions, with the predetermined step sizes. In addition, the output current is regulated allowing for noiseless operation of the stepper motor, with no resonance and ringing typically observed at unregulated stepper driver designs.
The Bipolar Stepper Motor Driver Board enables you to add stepper motor control to your applications. There is an on-board microstepping motor driver A3967SLB. The board supports Mixed, Fast and Slow Current-Decay Modes.
TFT Color Display with Touch Screen (4.3") and decorative cover glass (black bezel) is a color active matrix thin film transistor(TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD).