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New Product - Pololu DRV8880 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier

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Now in stock at Tronixlabs Australia is the latest compact Pololu DRV8880 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier, based unsurprisingly on the Texas Instruments DRV8880 microstepping bipolar stepper motor driver. Using this board, you can finely control a stepper motor down to 1/16 of a step:

Pololu DRV8880 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier from Tronixlabs Australia


This DRV8880 is quite versatile, as it works with both 3.3 and 5V logic control, a wide motor voltage range and up to 1A of motor current (or higher for a pulse). Complete instructions are provided, and you don't need to wait - we have these Pololu DRV8880 Stepper Motor Driver Carriers in stock now for $12.95 including GST

And as always, we'll ship your entire order anywhere in Australia for $5. Finally, to keep up with news, specials and more from Tronixlabs, please follow us on facebook, Google+ or twitter.

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