Motors controllers can control the speed, the position or the torque of a motor providing electrical power and adequate signal. Pay attention to the type of controller, the expected features and motor power. Our team is there to advise you, feel free to contact us !
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The Roboteq SBL 1360 A controller allows you to control motors up to 30A and 60V equipped with a Hall effect sensor or with no sensor thanks to a trapezoidal control mode.
Sabertooth 2x32 is a dual channel motor driver capable of supplying 32A to two motors–with peak currents up to 64A. It can be operated from radio control, analogue, TTL serial or USB inputs. It uses regenerative drive and will boost your robot!
This dual motor driver from Pololu is based on Freescale’s MC33926 full H-bridge. It has a 5 – 28V operating range and can deliver almost 3A continuously (5A peak) to each of its two motor channels. The dual motor driver works with 3 – 5V logic levels, supports up to 20kHz PWM and has many protections.
The Roboteq SBL 2360 controller can drive two brushless DC motors, with or without sensors, in sinusoidal or trapezoidal mode.
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The Roboteq SBL 2360 S motor controller ensures continuous, high-quality rotation of brushless DC motors up to 60A and 60V.
The Roboteq SBL 2396 controller offers a drive system for 2 brushless motors either equipped with a Hall effect sensor or without a sensor.
This tiny dual motor driver from Pololu carries a TI DRV8833 dual H-bridge. Supplyied with a 2.7 - 10.8 V voltage, it can deliver 1.2A (2A peak) to two DC motors. It integrates protections against reverse-voltage, under-voltage, over-current, and over-temperature.
The Roboteq SDC 2160 2 x 20A-60V controller can drive two brushed motors, offers a precise control of position and speed, and is easy to implement.
This very compact Roboteq controller allows you to control a brushed DC motor while delivering high power and output voltages.