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  • posted by9145095 on 05/04/2015

    Pros: Not very expensive and work quite well. The good part is at 5V the run off the current feeding the project board. Cons: Documentation, or lack thereof. :D Slow boats and US dock strikes make things take longer than they should, but that's not DX.com's fault.

    Impression:good,Good little piece.;

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  • posted byzuguznator on 01/11/2015

    Pros: Ease of use since it includes LEDs to see your sequence while working. Thanks to these LEDs I could detect that one pin was not doing contact, I fixed quickly. Cons: The connector of Input control was moved and was not welded correctly. I fixed quickly.

    Impression:Good for the price;

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  • posted byronaldpatino on 04/16/2014

    Small and compact unit. I has a LED by each coil, this is useful to test your code. You an connect an independent power source for the motors. It has enough torque to move small robots. Good stepper to star learning A better packing would be a plus, some of the pines were bended,nothing too it a... Read more

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  • posted byDarkCoiote on 04/03/2014

    Cheap easy to use Awesome included circuit Good torque LED Lights indicating active coils Soldering not great (didn't have issues thought) Not super strong for some applications (e.g. CNCs and 3D printers) Really good cost/benefit ratio! Bought 2 to use with arduino... both worked fine! Used one... Read more

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  • posted bymrocha13 on 11/10/2013

    It seems to me be very well constructed, but I didn't use it yet. It came inside a plastic bag. I only open it and connected the motor on the board. The connection was fine. I bought 2 and one of them the pins for connectors for input of logical information was bend. One of the leds is a little I... Read more

    unpacking and size

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  • posted bydreezy on 08/26/2013

    This motor is simple to use. I use it for changing the position of an valve. The valve is normally used with an handle The handle i have disconnected and melt the motor into the valve. This motor is controlled by a computer who gives the signal to turn the motor there are no cons The motor is en... Read more

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  • posted byStNz on 04/10/2013

    Very easy to hang off an Arduino and to knock up a Sketch to do bit shifting. Runs well down to a delay of around 3(ms?) between pulses where it will just hum. The ULN2003 can drive 7 outputs - only four are supplied here and the motor connector obscures the pins for the other 3. Not a biggie at... Read more

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  • posted bygijsnoorlander on 03/30/2013

    - powerful - small - very easy to operate - operates quiet (not much noise) - There is a lot of information and examples available online - Quite precise, with about 2048 steps per revolution. - The gear-ratio will prevent the motor from running away when not powered. This may keep the even - of... Read more

    Simple test setup running with Arduino.

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  • posted byhrpanchal on 03/15/2013

    It works great with any arduino. I am using with my UNO and works fine without any problem. It is cheaper in price, good quality. Easy to plug in and no need to separate wiring for it. I am using this product since couple of months and works without any problem. They should provide some kind of... Read more

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  • posted bynahuelvega on 03/04/2013

    It's the easiest way to use your arduino with a motor. It has a very high toque it's hard to stop with the hands. Es la forma más fácil de usar tu arduino con un motor, no se necesita nada más. Tiene alto torque, es difícil de frenar usando sólo los dedos. None. Ninguna a... Read more

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