Motor & Stepper Shield for Arduino

Motor & Stepper Shield for Arduino

Shield stackable, controlador de motores DC o paso a paso, basado en el driver dual IC L298P.


Peso: 0.045 Kg

Disponibilidad: Sin Stock

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ARS 798.00


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The Motor& Stepper Shield is based on the dual channel motor driver IC L298P, it is the upgrade version of the Motor Shield , which is based on L298N. Basically, these two boards have the same usage, but the Motor& Stepper Shield has the following upgrades:
  • Stackable Design.
  •     The Motor& Stepper Shield uses the L298P and lower heatsink, to make the Motor& Stepper Shield stackable.
  • Smaller Current Resistance.
  •     The Motor& Stepper Shield uses smaller current resistance, which is 0.5 ohm, 5W. It can support 3A current at max, which meets the shield’s specifications.
  • Switch to power on/off
  •     The switch helps to power on/off the Motor& Stepper Shield, which make it more convenient in using, especially in your building& debugging.
  • Control Selector Removed.
  •     To avoid any confusion, especially for beginner, the control selector removed, need 3 Arduino Pins to control each motor.
  • More Reliable layouts.
  •     To ensure the L298P works in best status, the PCB layout meets the max current 2A requirments.
  • More LED Indicators.
  •     There are 8 LEDs to indicate the Power, RST, Speed, Directions, to help user get the detailed information of working status.


  • The Logic Control Voltage: 4.5~5.5V
  • Motor Supply Voltage: 6~15V
  • Max Drive Current: 2A
  • Maximum Power Dissipation: 25W (T = 75 degree Celsius)
  • Operating Temperature: -25 degree Celsius ~ +130 degree Celsius
  • Output Duty Range: 0%~100%


The heat sink may becomes hot when working with drive current more than 1 A. Do not touching the heat sink to avoid scalding.

Package list

  • Motor& Stepper Shield PCBA x 1
  • 14mmx14mm heatsink x 1


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