RaspiRobot Board v3
  • RaspiRobot Board v3

RaspiRobot Board v3

SKU 114990293
  • Dual bi-directional motor control using TB6612FNG dual H-bridge
  • Dual open drain 2A MOSFET outputs
  • Provides 5V regulated power to Raspberry Pi
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    Description

    A simple to use motor shield for the Raspberry Pi. This board is designed to simplify the process of making small roving robots using a Raspberry Pi.


    Features

    • Dual bi-directional motor control using TB6612FNG dual H-bridge

    • Dual open drain 2A MOSFET outputs

    • ŸSocket for HC-SRo4 Rangfinder

    • Socket for 5V 12C Interface

    • Provides 5V regulated power to Raspberry Pi (efficient SMPS)

    • 2 x user controllable LEDs

    • 2 x header pins for switches

    • Reverse polarity protection

    • Open Source Python Software library

    • Screw terminals for motor connections

    • Compatible with Pi, B+, A+, Pi2


    Specification

     Electrical Characteristics
     For characteristics of the bi-directional motor driver outputs L and R see the TB6612FNG datasheet.
     Parameter Value Units
     Max Input voltage 12 V
     Min Input voltage 6 V
     Max current OC1 and OC2 2 A
     Max current I2C 5V supply 100 mA


    Part List

    • 1x RaspiRobot v3


    Documents

    • This shield is designed to be used with low cost robot chassis to make simple autonomous robots such as the one shown to the right. The board has an accompanying Python library that can be found on GitHub here

    • For any technical support or suggestion, please kindly go to our forum.


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    Hi there! Which is the maximun output volage of this hat? I need to control 2 12v DC motors with a RPi B+.. Thanks!
    on Dec 08,2016
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    Hello, if you input a 12V, then you will get 12V output.

    Thanks. 

    on Dec 08,2016 09:57 AM
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    i should get it by 26th
    on Feb 21,2017 21:12 PM
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    will it work with pi zero? at monkmakes.com said v3f is compatible with all pi's...
    on Mar 07,2017
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    Yes, thanks. 
    on Apr 17,2017 14:26 PM
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