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Free Motor Controllers!

I am currently designing some very budget friendly Motor drivers, and to test the design out, I am giving away 10 free drivers! Each driver is a single or possibly dual (5 single and 5 dual) transistor based design, and cost per board is very, very low. If you would like one of these free driver boards, please post in the forum below. No restrictions! Each board ships with a application note so you know how to use it.

A few specs:

Max Voltage: 30V

Max Amperage: 0.6A

Channel Breakout, Power Breakout Boards

 

Power Breakout Board, comes with mosfet polarity protection. No onboard regulator, intended for projects that have a dedicated high wattage supply already (no puny 7805).

 

 

Channel breakout board, supports up to 16 ports (Supports servos too), and powered by the connector on the right hand side, therefore you can power them off their own dedicated supply.

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LMR series of PCB's

I think that LMR should have its own series of circuit boards, with the designs open source for all LMR'ians to use. Heres a couple ideas for PCB's:

Arc Point Art

Well, I had some fun in the attachment. I would take a sheet of flexible circut stuff, and charge my 24Joule Capacitor bank. i would then short out the points between the plate and the wire, vaporizing the copper at the point, creating a black spot. In the attachment, I spelled KL!, mostly because I diddnt have that much to mess with :)

 I was thinking of doing LMR next :)

The BIG board!

Ok, though you would like to see what I am working on now. I am having this as a blog post  until there is something worthy of posting. It sure looks cool or what :)