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 micro robots and intelligent vehicles, etc.
Standardized shape design
LED enable indicator
LED rotation direction indicator
Built around the dual full-bridge drive chip L298
|Dimensions||100mm x65mm x30mm|
|Motor Shield V2.0||1|
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
hey i gotta dum question i accidently bought this motor shield and i realised this wont meet the current requirements so it possible if i can connect with a mosfet then to my motors ?
Theoretically, you probably could with enough external circuitry (and/or perhaps removing the L298), but it wouldn't be a very productive use of the board.
You need to get a friend interested in the Arduino and sell him/her your board :-)
Yes, it can be used on Blend V1.0
D8 to D13 have been used for motor shield.
Would this be able to function while stacked on top of the Seeedstudio NFC 2.0 shield? Would I be able to drive 2 DC motors while using the NFC reader?
D8 to D13 have been used for motor shield v2, so if you wanna use NFC v2, you can refer to Motor shield v1.
Motor Shield V2.0 dont really work with Seeeduino lite I upload the example code to the seeeduino lite but the stepper motor only jerks a little bit. I tried with 3 different seeeduinos lite... always same problem. With an Arduino Uno the shield works
I am having the very same issues, several different motors, all the same issues. It would be nice if the were a wiring diagram somewhere. I cannot seem to find one anywhere. (Free, that is)
Can you stack 2 Motor Shields V2.0 on top of each other? If yes, how do you chose which I/O pins control which motor?
Can you also stack a Grove shield on top of the two motor shields? If yes, I assume, one a limited number of Grove connectors on
Hi guys, thanks for sharing your ideas and suggestions to us, problems like stackability, way of communication will be collected by engineers, and we would try to solve it in the next version. By the way, you can also leave your wish to the Wish Board(
Motor works fine using the demo code. However, I cannot stop one motor by using the function stop.
how to stop the motor properly using using SeeedStudio Motor Shield V2?Motor can be stopped when the function motordriver.setSp
Maybe you have got a older version, but this version Now is compatible with Due. I don't know what the version of your board, but if it the version 1.0, it works with Due.
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Yes, we have it, please visit this website: http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep...
Okay, thank you for your feedback. Since this shield is only designed for Mega before DUE released, it may be not compatible with DUE .
This is defiantly a question of inexperience but I have been trying to figure this shield out and just cant seem to do it. I have an Arduino mega and I have the library installed. I am powering the shield and the Arduino with a 9.6 volt 700 mAh battery
I am having the same issue as Gabe for a similar project with an RC car. The motor shield is only sending 4 volts out of the outputs, though it claims to have the capacity to send anywhere up to 15 volts. I can't find any code samples or information
Yes it is.
YES ! The wiki can hlep you
Hi, the suggest input voltage is 6-15V. Even the ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS of 78M05 is 25V. The 78M05 is high possibility to be burned with 24V. thanks.