The seventh click board in the motor control category debuts.
Power hungry DC motors are meeting their match with click boards that can output more power. DC MOTOR 3 click surpasses it’s predecessors by offering a maximum output of 3.5 A and 30V.
DC MOTOR 3 click carries a full-bridge driver for direct current motors. The driver chip is from Toshiba, like on the previous DC motor driver click, but it’s a step up in terms of power output.
You’ll need a motor and an external power supply to use the board. Both are connected through the onboard screw terminals.