Can drive 4 DC Motors or 2 Stepper Motors Can drive 6 Servos Mbed Platform STM32F0 coprocessor
The Motor Bridge Cape features bi-directional motor control using two TB6612FNG integrated dual H-bridge, so it can control two stepper motors or four brushed DC motors with 6~15V DC power and about 1A current draw per motor. The cape provides 5V regulated power to SeeedStudio BeagleBone® Green or BeagleBone® Black with a max input voltage of 15V. It also has six servo control interface and six expand IO. All the features are provided by the on board STM32F0 coprocessor. The coprocessor can communicate with BeagleBone® by I2C or UART interface.
Can drive 4 DC Motors or 2 Stepper Motors
Can drive 6 Servos
6 expand IOs
Communicate with SeeedStudio BeagleBone® Green by I2C or UART interface
|Dimensions||135mm x65mm x32mm|
|Battery Input Voltage||6~15V|
|H-bridge Working Voltage||6~15V|
|DC/DC 5V output current||2A max|
|3V3 output current||350mA max|
|4 H-bridge driver,each rated current||1.2A, peak current:3.2A|
|6 Servo driver, working voltage||5V, total current is not more than 1.5A Input reverse connect protection|
|Over current protection||3A one-off quick fuse|
|Motor Bridge Cape||1|
Wiki of Motor Bridge Cape v1.0
Spec say : The cape provides 5V regulated power to SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green or BeagleBone Black with a max input voltage of 15V. So I suppose it does.
Hello...Some pins on the BBB/BBG would be dedicated to specific pins on your Grove Base Cape and the Motor Bridge Cape. You would have to read up on what pins are available and what pins are used. Once you have an idea on what pins are being used for those Capes, this is if those Capes can be stacked without interference of pin usage, you can then deploy software to suit your needs.
Hello indium...Seth here. Do not thank you me, thank Thomas. Thomas was the person in the other post that mentioned this way to me. For relaying the info, you are welcome. If you are making anything of note, let me know. I would still like to see a finished product once things have come together. Seth