L298N 2A DC Motor Driver Module is a high power motor driver perfect for driving DC Motors and Stepper Motors. It uses the popular L298N motor driver IC and has on board 5V regulator which it can supply to an external circuit. It can control up to 4 DC motors, or 2 DC motors with directional and speed control.
This motor driver is perfect for robotics and mechatronics projects and perfect for controlling motors from microcontrollers, switches, relays, etc. Perfect for driving DC and Stepper motors for micro mouse, line following robots, robot arms, etc.
- Maximum motor supply voltage: 46V
- Maximum motor supply current: 2A per motor
- Current Sense for each motor
- Heat sink for better performance
- Power-On LED indicator
- Drives up to 4 motors.
|Driver Model||L298N 2A|
|Driver Chip||Double H Bridge L298N|
|Motor Supply Voltage(Maximum)||46V|
|Motor Supply Current(Maximum)||2A|
|Maximum Power (W)||25W|
|Length (mm)||44 mm|
|Width (mm)||44 mm|
|Height (mm)||28 mm|
|Weight (Kg)||25 gm|
- Out1: Motor A lead out
- Out2: Motor A lead out
- Out3: Motor B lead out
- Out4: Mo (Can actually be from 5v-35v, just marked as 12v)
- GND: Ground
- 5v: 5v input (unnecessary if your power source is 7v-35v, if the power source is 7v-35v then it can act as a 5v out)
- EnA: Enables PWM signal for Motor A (Please see the “Arduino Sketch Considerations” section)
- In1: Enable Motor A
- In2: Enable Motor A
- In3: Enable Motor B
- In4: Enable Motor B
- EnB: Enables PWM signal for Motor B
- H-bridges are typically used in controlling motors’ speed and direction but can be used for other projects such as driving the brightness of certain lighting projects such as high powered LED arrays.
Two things to mention:
- Make sure you have all of your grounds tied together; Arduino, Power source, and the Motor Controller.
- The PWM Pins are unnecessary if you do not want to control PWM features.
- 1 x L298N Based Motor Driver Module – 2A