Me Encoder Motor Driver
The Me Encoder Motor Driver has an embedded TB6612 circuit for controlling the speed and position of two DC motors as precisely as possible.
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Me Encoder Motor Driver: a robust system for controlling and encoding your motors
This Makeblock module can drive up to 2 DC motors between 6 and 12V (1A max. per motor). A specific programming interface allows you to set precise operating parameters for the motors in Arduino. You also get a PID tuning tool to ensure a robust system, whatever the operating variables.
The Me Encoder Motor Driver is equipped with an RJ25 interface to easily connect it to your Arduino and use its IDE.
Technical specifications of the Makeblock Me Encoder Motor Driver
- Precise speed and position control
- Real-time speed and position feedback
- TB6612PNG motor driver
- IDE Arduino compatible
- Power supply: 6–12V
- Maximum continuous current per motor: 1A
- Over-current protection
- RJ25 interface
- 2.54 mm pins
- Weight: 30 g
Resources for the Me Encoder Motor Driver
Below are all the download links you’ll need to set up and program your Me Encoder Motor Driver!