Ryanteck Motor Controller Board (Raspberry Pi Compatible)
This is a promising upgrade on the conventional Motor Controller Boards. It is Ryanteck Motor Controller Board RTK-000-001-V3 for Raspberry Pi. This particular upgrade has some new features as well as pre-soldering. The design of this version is much improved because the GPIO Pins breaking-out has become more convenient than it was before with the previous versions. The GPIO Pins are now attached along the border of the board. This Motor Controller Board for Raspberry Pi is capable of controlling a couple of motors at the same time.
How does the Ryanteck Motor Controller Board work?
It is easy to get this Motor Controller Board ready to work. First of all, you need to pick up the Motor Controller and place it on the GPIO header of the Mini PC. Then comes the screwing of the power pack. Then you need to add the motors and the setup is now ready for the programming phase. Scratch and Python are the most recommended scripts for the Ryanteck Motor Controller Board. But if you want, you can use any other programming language supported by the GPIO pins. The Motor Controller Board features the SN754410NE IC to work with the Software Pulse Width Modulation.
- 12V/1A is the recommended power. Anything more than 12V/1A can damage the board.
Board Pin Numbers
- Pin 11 and Pin 12 for Motor 1
- Pin 15 and Pin 16 for Motor 2
- Pin 17 and Pin 18 for Motor 1
- Pin 22 and Pin 23 for Motor 2