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50A Dual Channel Motor Drive Module for Arduino Compatible

IDR 12.345

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50A Dual Channel Motor Drive Module for Arduino Compatible
This motor driver works with single channel max 20A working current capacity. This module performs far better than MC33886 or L298 motor driver, especially in terms of motor speed control and power efficiency.
This driver has a brake function, which can quickly stop the motor. And the operation is very easy.The driver module contains a full-bridge driver chip and MOSFET with as low as 0.003 Ohm internal resistance. The full-bridge driver IC minimizes the switching loss of MOSFET and improves power efficiency.
This driver module can work under the PWM duty cycle of 0% -98%.
Peak current (Load): 150A
Recommend max working current(Load): 20A
Power VCC (Load): 0V~30V
Recommend power VCC (load) : 12V ~ 26V
Controlling VCC: 4V~12V
Controlling TTL Voltage; 2.5V ~ 12V
Controlling TTL voltage means the High voltage of the control pins (EN, LPWM, RPWM, DIS).
The stable max working current is 20A while load VCC is between 12V~30V. The current is restricted by heat dissipation. Current, we don't add any heat radiator on the board•So if the current is over 20A, the heat may melt the sldering tin and cause problems. If you want it working stable at higher current, you should add radiator.
Power VCC is recommended to be higher than 12V if your load is large-current devices. While over 12V, the MOSFET is working fully and its power consumption is small. So the heat will be less. If your load current is not large and just several Amperes, the power VCC can be as low as 3V.
We are trying to let this driver be compatible with Arduino and non-Arduino users. We leave holes on the PCB and so mount long-pin felmale hearders to plug in Arduino. If you are non-Arduino user, leave the holes alone.