The seventh click board in the motor control category debuts.

DC motor 3 click

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.

More details are available on the product page. The Libstock example is also ready.

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