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  • posted byBader on 09/15/2014

    Took some time to figure out how it should work, but after some googling i found a greate site that described what Everything was. Cons: No dokumentation of what you have bought. Even a note with a weblink to the manufacturer would have been nice. This page have tutorial and Quick description of the board. http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/index.php/L298... Read more

    Impression:Good for learning;

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  • posted byDavwood on 08/29/2014

    Easy and simply to use for my robot balancing project i'll certainly buy one more for a vacuum project Read more

    Impression:Work for me perfectly;

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  • posted byHedgeKeeper on 08/19/2014

    Pros: * The board is clearly labelled and is very easy to figure out how to use (with help from the ST website) Cons: * A little larger than I was expecting (I guess I should have read the product description) * No documentation came with the board, but I was easily able to find documentation on the ST Microelectronics website to help get me started.... Read more


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  • posted byGreenTechNetwor on 05/28/2014

    This is an extremely solid motor driver. All of the components are very high quality. In addition, the soldering is fantastic, and the connector blocks are also high quality. None at all. This is another great module to have around in case you ever need it. Considering it's only a few dollars, it's better to need it and not have it than to have it and ... Read more

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  • posted bymr22turbo on 04/12/2014

    Quite cheap, easy to use and connect to an Arduino.You can drive two dc motors (PWM) or one 4-wire stepper motor. Several settings can be changed with jumpers. No documentation I connected a stepper motors from a dome camera to it and it worked like a charm! You have to use an external power source (laptop adapter for example) to provide power to the ... Read more

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  • posted byShadocko on 03/27/2014

    - GOOD QUALITY; - EASY TO USE : connect digital outputs of your dev board to IN1-4 in order to control direction (IN1-2 for motor A, IN3-4 for motor B); connect PWM outputs of dev board to ENA and ENB to control motor speed; - can provide 5V POWER SOURCE for your control board; - USES FEW PWM OUTPUTS on your dev board (only one per motor); - HAS LEDs ... Read more

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  • posted byNodoy1a on 03/03/2014

    All the jumpers are included, the quality of the soldering and the board overall it's alright. It can supply 5V, very useful if you are thinking into powering the arduino board using the same powersource. It can drive up to two DC motors or one stepper. Comes with a heatsink to prevent overheating. The lack of documentation as usual, but it won't be ... Read more

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  • posted bychoppertony on 02/12/2014

    Nice price, it work perfect. using it on a smal projekt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDLxkdk7lTU will put more info about the projekt on youtube later. Ett bra pris. Skall ha det till ett litet projekt. finns en link i texten som visar test nr ett. no documentation, but I found this link . http://www.ghamon.fr/Downloads/L298NPCBdatasheet.pdf en ... Read more

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  • posted bytessomc on 01/16/2014

    This is an great L298N Stepper Motor Driver, it works like a charm, there is tons off tutorials on the web of this guy, just searc for "L298N Stepper Motor Driver Tutorial" on google! I've been using it alot for the pas 2 months and its delivering what is supossed to do! There is no con on this product Its a well polished product, works like ... Read more

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  • posted byRobi000001 on 01/14/2014

    Working as expected, no problems at all. It also contains a 5 V regulator. This limits the minimum working voltage to around 7 V, however you can skip it. The board contains several LED-s, indicating the output states. In some applications the heatsink could be too small. Ordered already 4 of them, mainly for educational purposes. Tested them in several ... Read more

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