Motoron M2S18v18 Dual High-Power Motor Controller Shield for Arduino (No Connectors)

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The Motoron M2S18v18 Dual High-Power Motor Controller Shield for Arduino makes it easy to control two high-power DC motors from an Arduino or Arduino-compatible board through an I²C interface. The M2S18v18 operates from 6.5 V to 30 V and can deliver continuous output currents up to 18 A per motor. This version is just the motor controller by itself, without any header pins or terminal blocks included.

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Dimensions

Size: 2.56″ × 2.02″
Weight: 16 g

General specifications

Channels: 2
Model: Motoron M2S18v18
Control interface: I²C
Minimum operating voltage: 6.5 V
Maximum operating voltage: 30 V1
Continuous output current per channel: 18 A2
Reverse voltage protection?: Y
Connectors soldered?: N

Identifying markings

PCB dev codes: mc2s31a
Other PCB markings: 0J13657

Notes:

1
Absolute maximum; higher voltages can permanently destroy the motor drivers. Recommended maximum is approximately 24 V, which leaves a safety margin for ripple voltage on the supply line. Not recommended for use with 24V batteries.
2
Typical results at room temperature with both channels running at 90% duty cycle.

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