This IS Essentially A ramped up Version of the For Our Ardumoto Motor Driver Shield Shield We've REPLACED the this Monster at The L298 H-Bridge A pair of VNH2SP30 the with Full-Bridge Motor Also the Drivers We've beefed up at The Support Circuitry SO. this board is capable of driving a pair of high-current motors! The VIN and motor out are pitched for our 5mm screw terminals (not included), making it easy to connect larger gauge wires.
the When a using the this Board in Extreme High-Demand Applications IT May BE Necessary to Improve Thermal Performance the with A Heat-Sink or Fan and to Solder at The Wires Directly to at The Board INSTEAD of a using A Screw Terminal (in Addition to at The Myriad OTHER Complications present in a high-current system) However, when using the board at currents up to 6A the chips will barely become noticeably warm.
Voltage max: 16V
Maximum current rating: 30 A
Practical Continuous Current: 14 A
Current sensing available to Arduino analog pin
MOSFET on-resistance: 19 mΩ (per leg)
Maximum PWM frequency: 20 kHz
Undervoltage and Overvoltage shutdown
1.PWM: Speed Interface
2.INB: Reversible logic B interface (see the logic of the data sheet)
3.INA: A Reversible logic interfaces (see Data Sheet logic)
4.CS: limiting resistor (board Received)
5.EN: enable terminal, A and B enable terminals are connected together
6.GND: public land
7.5V: External 5v, can directly enable end EN.
DC motor connected by a simple method to test module:
1.PWM directly connected 5v DC, doing full control
2.INB then high, INA then low, and vice versa, then the reverse;
3.CS, EN is not connected
4.GND and 5V external ground and 5V power supply;
5. Enter the power supply Vcc connected to 5V, the output pin is directly connected to the two ends of the DC motor;