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Motor Shield V2.0 for Arduino

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105030001

Motor Shield V2.0 for Arduino is a motor driver which can directly switch on many Arduino boards, such as Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega. It carries a Motor Driver chip L298 which is widely used in most motor drivers. 

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Description

The Motor Shield is a driver module for motors that allows you to use Arduino to control the working speed and direction of the motor. Based on the Dual Full-Bridge Drive Chip L298, it is able to drive two DC motors or a step motor. The Motor Shield can either be powered directly by Arduino or by an external 5V~15V power supply via the DC jack. This module can be used for the development of microrobots and intelligent vehicles, etc.

The defined pins are D8~D13 on the Arduino/Seeeduino board. D8, D11, D12, D13 are 4 output pins for controlling the speed or the direction of the motor. D9, D10 are enabled pins for two channels of the Motor Shield. So mostly you would use these 6 pins for your motor control, and you are able to drive at most two motors from one shield.

The Motor Shield is compatible with many boards, for more details, please click the picture below.

Features

  • Arduino/Seeeduino compatible

  • Standardized shape design

  • LED enable indicator

  • LED rotation direction indicator

  • Overcurrent turn-off

  • Built around the dual full-bridge drive chip L298

  • Overcurrent protection

Tip

Don't forget to check tutorials of Getting Started with Arduino Motors – DC, Stepper, Servo Motor, and Arduino Tutorial: How to drive a DC and Servo Motor that to help you get started more easily. 

Tip

If you do not know what is L298, you can check out our other blog on L298 motor driver here!

Technical details

Dimensions 100mm x65mm x30mm
Weight G.W 62g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Motor Shield V2.0 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8503001000
USHSCODE 8473305100
UPC 841454100553

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

What I am posting came about as an investigation into how to control motors individually with the Seeedstudio 2.0 motor shield after seeing a question on the forums asking how to do so. I originally thought I was going to have to do something fancy to
Wiki of Motor Shield V2.0

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