Motor Rating @ 12V
- 120: 1 gear ratio
- 100mA free run current
- 3A stall current
- 7.9kg*cm torque
- 4mm shaft diameter
You can read this wire with an analog input such as those on an Arduino, to get the servo’s position. That information can be used in robotics to improve stability or even allow ‘recording’ of servo motion. The dimensions of this analog feedback motor are 11.57 x 22.75 x 29.45mm. The operating voltage for this motor ranges between 4.8 to 6V. Servo horns and associated hardware are also included in the package.
This gearmotor is a miniature (0.94″ x 0.39″ x 0.47″), high-power brushed DC motor with 150.58: 1 metal gearbox, similar to Sanyo s popular 12 mm gearmotors. These units have a 0.365″-long, 3 mm-diameter D-shaped output shaft.
This shield makes it easy to build an Arduino-controlled Zumo robot. The shield mounts onto an assembled Zumo chassis, connecting directly to the chassis s battery terminals and motors, and the Arduino plugs into the shield, face down. The shield includes dual motor drivers, a buzzer for playing simple sounds and music, a user pushbutton, and a 3-axis accelerometer and compass. It boosts the battery voltage to power the Arduino, and it breaks out the Arduino I/O lines, reset button, and user LED for convenient access and to accommodate additional sensors for things like obstacle and edge detection.
This discrete MOSFET H-bridge motor driver enables bidirectional control of one high-power DC brushed motor. The little 1.3 0.8-inch board supports a wide 5.5 to 30 V voltage range and is efficient enough to deliver a continuous 15 A without a heat sink.
This shield allows you to use a computer power supply (or other power source) to use your Arduino to switch high current. With RFP30N06LE MOSFETS, you can easily control a lot of current directly from your Arduino.