Grove - I2C Motor Driver with L298

2 Channel Motor I2C Communication based on chip L298.

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  • 10+: $16.70



This Motor Driver uses the normal Motor driver chip - L298. In order to use Grove interface to let the MCU like Arduino or Seeeduino control the Motor Driver, the I2C Grove interface is designed. Besides, there is also an ATmega8L chip on board to enable the I2C connection. As a matter of fact, this motor driver is perfectly compatible with Arduino.

 It is a dual-channel motor driver to connect with the step motor which means you can control two motors at a time. The Arduino Library of this board is available on Github. I hope you enjoy it on your motor project.



ProductDC voltage inputChannel NoMAX Current output for each channelPrice
Grove - I2C Motor Driver (TB6612FNG) 2.5 ~ 13.5 (5V Typical, 15V Max.) 2 1.2 A(ave)/3.2 A (peak) $6.5
L298 Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver +5V~+46V 2 2A $23.5
Grove - I2C Mini Motor Driver 2.75V - 6.8V 2 1A $10.9
Grove - I2C Motor Driver with L298 6V - 15V 2 0.5A $16.9
Grove - I2C Motor Driver (L298P) 6V - 15V 2 1A $12.9

Technical details

Dimensions 135mm x85mm x13mm
Weight G.W 22g
Battery Exclude
Board Dimension 60mm x 40mm x 10mm

Part List

Grove - I2C Motor Driver 1


HSCODE 8538900000
USHSCODE 8473305100
UPC 841454108191



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