ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board
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Delivery Time:- 2-5 Days (Anywhere in India), 7-10 Days for remote location
- ULN2003A motor driver chip
- Chip all the pins already leads for easy connection to use
- 5-12V power supply
- 4-way signal indicator
- XH-5P socket can be connected directly 28BYJ-48 Model stepper motor
This is the ULN2003 Driver Module Stepper Motor Driver Board for driving and controlling stepper motors.ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board uses the ULN2003 DARLINGTON ARRAYS to drive the 4-phase 5-wire stepper motor (5v-12v).
It’s easy to use Arduino or another development platform to drive the stepper motor by this diver board.
The 5 Line 4 Phase can be driven by an ordinary ULN2003 chip can also be connected in phase 2 development board used for supporting the use of a direct plug and easy to use stepper motor used in the development board. A, B, C, D four-phase LED indicates the status of the stepper motor work.
ULN2003A motor driver chip
Chip all the pins already leads for easy connection to use
5-12V power supply
4-way signal indicator
XH-5P socket can be connected directly 28BYJ-48 Model stepper motor
- Shipping Time:- Our orders are shipped within 24 Hours.
- Delivery Time:- 2-5 Days (Anywhere in India), 7-10 Days for remote location
- Shipping Partner:- Bluedart & India Post.
- Replacement:- Damaged During Transit, Missing Parts Or Item Mismatch.
- Return:- Item mismatch or parts missing etc.
- No return/Replacement will apply if the Product has been subject to misuse, static discharge, neglect, accident, modification, or has been soldered or altered in any way.
- We accept no responsibility for improper installation of our products. Electrical polarity must be properly observed in hooking up electrical components.