Motoron Motor Controllers

The Motoron motor controllers make it easy to control DC motors from an Arduino-compatible board or Raspberry Pi through an I²C interface. Each module can independently control up to two or three bidirectional motors, depending on the model, and multiple controllers can be stacked on top of each other and configured to be addressed separately for projects that need to control even more motors.

The table below lists the members of the Motoron family and shows the key differences among them. Each type is available in three versions to provide different options for the through-hole connectors: they can be purchased as an assembled product with stackable headers and terminal blocks soldered in, as a kit with connectors included but not soldered in, or as a standalone board without connectors.

Motoron Motor Controllers

M3S256



M3H256

M2S24v14



M2H24v14

M2S24v16



M2H24v16

M2S18v18



M2H18v18

M2S18v20



M2H18v20
Motor channels: triple (3) dual (2)
Max
input voltage:
48 V 40 V1 30 V1
Max nominal
battery voltage:
36 V 28 V 18 V
Max continuous
current per channel:
2 A 14 A 16 A 18 A 20 A
Available versions
for Arduino:
M3S256 M2S24v14 M2S24v16 M2S18v18 M2S18v20
Available versions
for Raspberry Pi:
M3H256 M2H24v14 M2H24v16 M2H18v18 M2H18v20
1 Absolute maximum.

Subcategories

The Motoron M2S family of dual high-power motor controller shields makes it easy to control powerful DC motors from an Arduino-compatible board using I²C. Each stackable module can independently control up to two motors.

The Motoron M2H family of dual high-power motor controllers makes it easy to control powerful DC motors from a Raspberry Pi through an I²C interface. Each stackable module can independently control up to two motors.

The Motoron M3S256 motor controller makes it easy to control DC motors from an Arduino-compatible board using I²C. Each stackable module can independently control up to three motors with continuous output currents up to 2 A per channel.

The Motoron M3H256 triple motor controller makes it easy to control DC motors from a Raspberry Pi using I²C. Each stackable module can independently control up to three motors with continuous output currents up to 2 A per channel.


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