Most frequent questions and answers
No, It can be supplied only with DC Voltage from 6.5V to 32V. AC surces (Like 110V or 230V) wil burn Shield instantly.
Yes, absollutely, because of used MOSFET semiconductors. No mechanical relays at all.
Yes of course. We used reliable components and spring loaded input/output terminals (Phoenix contacts) and profesional headers too.
Yes , It has well prepared manual with examples. Dozen integrated protections (if you will connect something wrong) also we supporting schools and technical colleges or universities - just write an email with short description.
Yes, you can, just you need to buy special adapter/bridge to Arduino UNO or NANO board.
It is easy as 123. Simplest code is LED Blink sketch. Just choose which one channel/output you wanna to control.
Yes. If you want to control PWM paralelled channels, you should make sure they work with same frequencies. Read about concrete microcontroller's board you are use.
Yes. Board are tested with tracebility and unique SN.
Because: it is industrial quality, have dozen of protections, certified, has full documentation with application examples, higher power and intended for reuse many times (you can do safetly dosens of projects reusing single shield).
Sure, drive things in your smart house using Arduino WIFI or NANO WIFI boards or use external IoT shield.
Yes, th single board you can drive up to 6 different voltages between range DC 0...32V
You can use up to 6 DC motors (with no direction control) and up to 3 DC motors (with direction control) or 1 unipolar stepper motors and 2 DC motors that run on 0-32VDC with one board.
Yes, by stacking 2 shields and using one controller you can controll up 12 DC Motors or other devices
It is tested to work with UNO, MEGA, NANO type boards. But normaly it will work with any microcontroller board with 3.3V or 5V voltage logic levels.
It is normal operation, because of inrush current and 10--15x bigger currents. Try to add capacitor no les thant 10kuF on input and voltage which you are using
Not used: 0 andl 1 digital pins also analog pins A1..A6 depends from (S1 switch) settings. Using pins: 3,5,6,9,10,11 or 2,4,7, 8, 12, 13 depend from (S2 switch) settings too.
Note that pins A4 and A5 are connected to SDA and SCL for compatibility with classic Arduinos. These pins are not available for use on other processors.
Yes. Please see more details in user manual.
It measures flyBack currents from inductive loads (motors) & if current is dangerous, then protection is activates. It very useful if user forgets to connect flyBack diode and it saves your board.