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Stepper 7 click
Stepper 7 click is a bipolar step motor driver. It features an H-bridge bipolar step motor driver, which supports full and half step control modes. Stepper 7 click also carries a port expander so that the communication can be done with a minimal number of pins, through the mikroBUS™ SPI bus.

Stepper 7 click offers thermal protection, integrated kickback voltage protection, it has a wide range of input voltage, protection against current shoot-through the H-Bridge and reasonably high current capability. These features make Stepper 7 click an ideal solution for driving motors in any application that demands a precise and safe step motor driver.
R260  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Weight: 28g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
Stepper click
Stepper click STEPPER click is a stepper motor driver board in the mikroBUS form factor. It features the A3967SLBT microstepping motor driver, with a built-in translator for easily driving bipolar steper motors in full-, half-, quarter- and eighth-step modes with output drive capability of 30V and about ±500 mA. The package includes a standard B5B-XH-A connector (delivered unsoldered) for easily connecting your stepper motor. The motor can be powered from either the 5V mikroBus line, or from an external power supply (5-30V) using the provided screw terminal connector. The board can communicate with either 3.3V or 5V systems (selection by means of SMD jumper). An LED diode serves as a power indicator.
R275  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
Stepper 2 click
Stepper 2 click Stepper 2 click carries a A4988 microstepping motor driver along with screw terminals for connecting a motor and a required external power supply (minimum 7V). The output drive capacity of the motor is up to 35V and ±2A. The A4988 chip is designed to drive bipolar stepper motors in full-, half-, quarter-, eight-, and sixteenth-step modes. A set of three onboard jumpers (J1-J3) allow you to switch between the different stepping modes. The board communicates with the target MCU through EN, RST, SL, ST and DIR pins (corresponding to AN, RST, CS, PWM and INT pins of the default mikroBUS configuration). Stepper 2 click can use both a 3.3V and 5V power supply.
R290  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
Stepper 3 click
Stepper 3 click Stepper 3 click is a mikroBUS™ add-on board for driving unipolar stepper motors with precise controls (individual motor phases can be accessed separately). The board carries a Texas Instruments ULN2003 High-Current Darlington transistor array for operating the motors. Motors are connected through a 4-pin male connector on the top of the PCB. They can be driven by the click board's own power supply, or with an external power supply which can be brought through onboard screw terminals (up to 30V). Stepper 3 click communicates with the target board MCU through mikroBUS™ PWM, AN, RST and CS pins (here used for individual motor phases, marked INA, INB, INC, IND). The board is designed to use a 5V power supply only.
R290  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
Stepper 4 click
Stepper 4 click Stepper 4 click can be used for driving a stepper motor and controlling its step resolution, rotation direction, and time between the steps. It has output drive capability of 2A. The click carries TB67S269FTG, a two-phase bipolar stepping motor driver from Toshiba. Stepper 4 click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over the following pins on the mikroBUS™ line: AN, RST, CS, PWM, INT.
R290  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon