MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
Model: LC-80
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MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino
In stock
Ships within 24 hours

MegaMoto Plus H-bridge for Arduino

Model: LC-80
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$78.73
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$78.73
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Specifications

The LC-80 is an H-bridge shield for our Arduino units. It is the first of its kind that allows the user to control up to 30A of current at up to 28V. It allows complete speed control of a single actuator and is stackable three high allowing full control of up to three actuators. With the addition of relays that control can extend to up to six actuators.

LC-80 Specifications
Input Voltage:
5-28V (24V max battery rating)
Operating Current:
20A (continuous)
Power Chips:
2 ea. BTN7960B
On Resistance:
0.16 ohm max at 25C
PWM Frequency:
DC to 20kHz
Current Sense Output:
0.0745V per Amp - 2.98V at 40A
Power Connectors:
2 each screw terminal (14AWG wire)
Size:
2.9" x 0.5" x 2.1"
Unit Weight:
0.08 lbs
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Warranty

We at Progressive Automations are committed to manufacturing and selling products of the highest quality. Each of our products are manufactured at our state-of-the-art facility and undergo rigorous quality control procedures and checks throughout the production process and prior to being shipped to the customer.

Depending on the product you purchase the warranty period may vary. Our Mounting Brackets and Table Lifts come with a 60-month warranty, while the rest of our products are available for an 18-month warranty period. If a product becomes defective within the warranty period and is used within its rated parameters and environmental conditions, we will replace or repair the product at no cost.

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