- Stride Angle (degrees) : 5.62 x 1/64
- Rated Voltage : 5V
- 5mm Diameter Drive Shaft
- 6-Wire Cable Attached
- In-traction Torque : 0.3kg*cm
These small steppers are a great way to get things moving, especially when positioning and repeatability is a concern.
Note: This is a Unipolar stepper, meaning that if you are going to drive it with a bipolar stepper driver, you will only use 4 of the 6 leads.
This 1.46″ x 0.79″ x 0.79″ gearmotor is a brushed DC motor with 120: 1 metal gearbox that has the power to deliver both speed and torque. These units have a 0.276″-long, 4 mm-diameter D-shaped output shaft.
This shield makes it easy to control two high-power DC motors with your Arduino or Arduino-compatible board. Its dual robust VNH5019 motor drivers operate from 5.5 to 24 V and can deliver a continuous 12 A (30 A peak) per motor, or a continuous 24 A (60 A peak) to a single motor connected to both channels. These great drivers also offer current-sense feedback and accept ultrasonic PWM frequencies for quieter operation. The Arduino pin mappings can all be customized if the defaults are not convenient, and the motor driver control lines are broken out along the left side of the shield for general-purpose use without an Arduino.
This gearmotor is a miniature (0.94″ x 0.39″ x 0.47″), high-quality, low-current 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 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.
This sub micro size servo motor has dimensions of 23 x 11 x 29mm. The operating voltage for this motor ranges between 4.8 to 6V with a maximum rotation of roughly 120 degrees. This servo motor comes with the servo horns and related hardware components.