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Motor Controller L298N Module Dual H Bridge DC Stepper Controller

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    • Product Code: L298N
    • Availability: In Stock
    Using L298N as the control chip,the module has such characteristics as strong driving ability,low calorific value and strong anti-interference ability. This module can use built-in 78M05 for electric work via a driving power supply part. But to avoid the damage of the voltage stabilizing chip, pleas..


    Using L298N as the control chip,the module has such characteristics as strong driving ability,low calorific value and strong anti-interference ability. This module can use built-in 78M05 for electric work via a driving power supply part. But to avoid the damage of the voltage stabilizing chip, please use an external 5V logic supply when using more than 12V driving voltage. Using large capacity filter capacitor, this module can follow current to protect diodes,and improve the reliability.

    FEATURES:


    Double H bridge drive
    Chip: L298N (ST NEW)
    Logical voltage: 5V
    Drive voltage: 5V-35V
    Logical current: 0mA-36mA
    Drive current: 2A (MAX single bridge)
    Storage temperature: -20 to +135
    Max power: 25W
    Weight: 30g
    Size: 43 x 43 x 27mm

    Note:

    This module has a built-in 5v power supply, when the driving voltage is 7v-35v, this supply is suitable for power supply, DO NOT input voltage to +5v supply interface, however ledding out 5v for external use is available.
    When ENA enable IN1 IN2 control OUT1 OUT2
    When ENB enable IN3 IN4 control OUT3 OUT4




    Arduino code :


    const int IN1 = 7;

    const int IN2 = 6;

    const int IN3 = 5;

    const int IN4 = 4;


    //const int ENA = 9;

    //const int ENB = 3;



    void setup() {


      pinMode (IN1, OUTPUT);

      pinMode (IN2, OUTPUT);

      pinMode (IN3, OUTPUT);

      pinMode (IN4, OUTPUT);

      //pinMode (ENA, OUTPUT);

      //pinMode (ENB, OUTPUT);

      // put your setup code here, to run once:


    }


    void loop() {


      //analogWrite(ENA, 255);

      //analogWrite(ENB, 255); 


      digitalWrite(IN1, HIGH);

      digitalWrite(IN2, LOW);

      digitalWrite(IN3, HIGH);

      digitalWrite(IN4, LOW);

      

      // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:


    }