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The L293D Motor Driver Shield is a versatile module designed for controlling DC motors and stepper motors with ease. It features the L293D motor driver IC, capable of driving up to four motors simultaneously. The shield provides convenient screw terminal connectors for motor connections and headers for easy interfacing with an Arduino or other microcontroller boards. With built-in protection circuits, the L293D Motor Driver Shield ensures safe and reliable motor control for various robotic and motor control projects.

      L293D Motor Driver Shield

      SKU: 141
      ₹240.00 Regular Price
      ₹180.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Motor Driver IC: L293D
        • Motor Channels: 4 (Capable of driving up to 2 DC motors or 1 stepper motor per channel)
        • Operating Voltage: 4.5V to 36V
        • Maximum Continuous Current per Channel: 600mA
        • Peak Current per Channel: 1.2A
        • Logic Voltage: 5V (Compatible with Arduino and other 5V microcontrollers)
        • Built-in Protection: Overcurrent protection and thermal shutdown
        • Pin Compatibility: Standard Arduino pinout for easy integration with Arduino boards
        • Dimensions: Varies depending on the specific shield design


        • Place the L293D Motor Driver Shield on top of your Arduino or compatible microcontroller board, aligning the pins correctly.
        • Connect the power supply to the motor driver shield. Ensure that the voltage matches the motor's voltage requirement (within the shield's specified range).
        • Connect the DC motors or stepper motors to the screw terminal connectors on the shield, following the polarity markings and ensuring a secure connection.
        • Provide appropriate control signals to the motor driver shield using the microcontroller board. Typically, you will need to set the direction and control the speed using PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) signals.
        • Write the code in your microcontroller to control the motors through the L293D Motor Driver Shield. Utilize the appropriate library or code functions for motor control.
        • Upload the code to your microcontroller board and power it up.
        • Test the motor control by running your code and observing the motor's response to the provided control signals.
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