Shield moteur driver DRV8835 Dual pour Arduino
This small shield is an easy, economical way to control two small brushed DC motors with an Arduino or Arduino-compatible board. Its integrated DRV8835 dual motor driver allows it to operate from 1.5 V to 11 V, making it a great control option for low-voltage motors. The shield can deliver a continuous 1.2 A (1.5 A peak) per motor, or a continuous 2.4 A (3 A peak) to a single motor when configured with both channels connected in parallel.
Size: 2.0″ × 0.56″1
Weight: 2.3 g1
- Motor driver: DRV8835
- Motor channels: 2
- Minimum operating voltage: 1.5 V2
- Maximum operating voltage: 11 V
- Continuous output current per channel: 1.2 A3
- Peak output current per channel: 1.5 A
- Continuous paralleled output current: 2.4 A3
- Maximum PWM frequency: 250 kHz
- Reverse voltage protection?: Y
1 Without included hardware.
2 The DRV8835 itself has a minimum motor supply voltage of 0 V, but the board's reverse-voltage protection circuit limits the minimum to 1.5 V.
3 Typical results with 100% duty cycle at room temperature.
Pololu DRV8835 Dual Motor Driver Shield for Arduino schematic diagram (214k pdf)
Printable schematic diagram for the Pololu DRV8835 Dual Motor Driver Shield for Arduino.
Texas Instruments DRV8835 motor driver datasheet (1MB pdf)
Arduino library for the Pololu DRV8835 Dual Motor Driver Shield
This library for the Arduino makes it easy to interface with Pololu’s DRV8835 Dual Motor Driver Shield and drive a pair of brushed DC motors. It has been explicitly tested with the Uno R3, Leonardo, Mega 2560 R3, Due, and Duemilanove (ATmega328P). A sample sketch is included with the library. This library can also be used with our DRV8835 Dual Motor Driver Carrier if it is connected to the appropriate pins on an Arduino.
Texas Instruments DRV8835 product page
Texas Instruments product page for the DRV8835, where you can find the latest datasheet and additional resources.