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  • posted by9854416 on 06/22/2016

    Comprado desde Chile. Se demoró poco mas de un mes en llegar. Buena calidad de producto, llegó rápido y en buenas condiciones. Simplemente agradecido. Pros: buena calidad, en relación al precio está excelente. Gracias DX!

    Impression:The good product,Nice Module,Good soldering;

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  • posted byspikey1973 on 01/11/2016

    Simple but nice driver module board. Still waiting for the stepper motor but I doubt it wouldn't work with this one. Completely solder and of nice quality. Really couldn't expect more. I'm planning to make a small 'combat shooting range for my airsoft.. Trying one first and than i'll buy another... Read more

    Impression:Nice Module,Good soldering;

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  • posted byMadMustang on 11/25/2014

    Preço super bom e facil uso, uma mão na roda para aplicações de de motores de pequena corrente, entrega o que promete. Arovado!!!

    Impression:The good product;

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  • posted byjoaopbranco on 04/22/2014

    - It's a Small board - Connecting it to the stepper motor is foolproof due to the connector - Has 4 surface mounted LED's that display the status of the sequence sent to the motor - Very cheap piece (one can use this with a 28YBJ stepper motor for +/- $5) - None that i can notice - No but then, i... Read more

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  • posted byAdcade on 03/25/2014

    It's easy to connect and easy to control. You can control a lot of things with it. There is no information available about this shield (at least I didn't found and i'm sure I looked for it for a long time). You can find information about the ULN2003 driver (the "chip") but not about the... Read more

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  • posted byMattTheGeek on 11/23/2012

    Genuine TI ULN2003A Darlington transistor array IC. Socket to connect to a uni-polar stepper. All eight of the inputs and outputs to and from the transistor array are broken out. A on-board jumper (which is labeled "<->") to disconnect power to the stepper socket. Power inputs are... Read more

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