ESPresso Lite V2.0 is a Wi-Fi development board which uses ESP8266 chipset as the main micro-controller and supports the Arduino environment. With this board, user can start building systems that can transfer data wirelessly through internet. In this tutorial, we
There are several method to control DC motor using Raspberry Pi. The suitable method for your applications depends on how many PWM outputs you need and what performance you want out of those outputs. There are only one hardware PWM
In this tutorial, I will explain some sample code to drive the two DC motors in sign-magnitude PWM mode, locked-antiphase PWM mode and simplified serial mode. Thus, all of the sample code that given in this tutorial will only drive two DC motors in clockwise by pressing SW1 and in counter-clockwise by pressing SW2.
The Arduino main boards such as Arduino-Deumilanove (Arduino-Due) which embedded with Atmel microcontrollers are quite popular due to its easy-to-use programming environment. Therefore, by interface Arduino main board with MDS40A, we easier to control the DC motors if compare to PIC microcontroller. In addition, further adding an Arduino-LCD Keypad Shield can help us to control the DC motor that connected to MDS40A with the 6 momentary push buttons (built-in push buttons on LCD keypad shield including 1 Reset button) and also display some useful message by programming.
MD10C is an enhanced version of the MD10B which is designed to drive high current brushed DC motor up to 10A continuously. It offers several enhancements over the MD10B such as support for both locked-antiphase and sign-magnitude PWM signal as well as using full solid state components which result in faster response time and eliminate the wear and tear of the mechanical relay.