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The linear constant current regulator (CCR) is a simple, economical and robust device designed to provide a cost−effective solution for regulating current in LEDs.
The Big Easy Driver is a simple solution using an Allegro A4988 IC for driving a single bipolar stepper motor at up to 2A/phase to maximum 30V.
At the heart is a dual channel H-bridge driver chip that can handle current up to 2A per channel.
This tiny breakout board for TI's DRV8835 dual motor driver can deliver 1.2 A per channel continuously (1.5 A peak) to a pair of DC motors, and it supports two possible control interfaces for added flexibility of use: IN/IN and PHASE/ENABLE.
The SGS Thompson L293D is one of the most common motor driver chips, with built-in protection from the abuse motors can create.
The SGS Thompson L298 motor driver chip is a brute of a motor driver, designed for up driving 4 amperes at 46 volts.
A little 8 pin DIP that can be hacked into a light or line following robot known as the "Herbie".
The Mighty Mini Bundle is basically an Arduino in its prime that has exercised... a lot! Not only is it skinny but it has the rated regulated power of 5 ordinary Arduinos (5 Amps) to back it up.
Each Darlington driver can control 500 mA (600 mA peak surge) at up to 50 Volts.
The IRFZ44E is a very powerful useful N-Channel FET, with only 0.023ohms resistance pushing 29 amperes at 10V!
Based around the ULN20003, this tidy driver board is specifically designed to drive smaller unipolar stepper motors.
Simple, logic-controlled variable speed fan for fire-fighterbots and other wind-inducing experimentation (beans not required)
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