Designed to work with our EMG30 gear motors, the MD25 will drive two motors.
Controllled by Serial or the I2C Interface.
Two modes of operation, direct individual control of the motors or the ability to send a speed and a turn commands.
Voltage - 12v only. The 5v for the logic supplied from an on-board regulator, 300mA available for your own circuits.
Current - Up to 2.8A for each motor.
Encoder - Processes quadrature encoder inputs from motor. 360 counts per wheel turn when used with the EMG30.
Size - 110mm x 52mm x 25mm
Full MD25 Documentation
I2C bus tutor - general I2C guide
Arduino - control using an I2C or serial interface and display using the LCD05
ATMEGA32 - communication example showing encoder counts on LCD05
Linux - using an USB-ISS to control an MD25 to drive a motor to an encoder value
PIC18F4410 - driving the motor and displaying variables on the LCD03
PIC24FJ16GA002 - reading the result and displaying on a LCD03/LCD05
Raspberry Pi - drives the connected motors to a specified count