Pololu Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback - 3DMakerWorld, Inc.
Pololu Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback - 3DMakerWorld, Inc.
Pololu Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback - 3DMakerWorld, Inc.
Pololu Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback - 3DMakerWorld, Inc.

Pololu Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback

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Key Features:

  • Versatile, general-purpose motor controller
  • Designed to control many medium-sized DC brushed motors
  • Two closed-loop feedback options: Analog voltage and tachometer (frequency)
  • Supports four control interfaces: USB, TTL serial, analog voltage (potentiometer), and hobby radio control (RC)

The powerful Jrk 12v12 motor controller is a highly configurable brushed DC motor controller that supports four interface modes: USB, logic-level serial, analog voltage, and hobby radio control (RC). The controller can be used as an open-loop speed control or for closed-loop speed or position control. The continuous output current is approximately 12 A (30 A max) and the operating range of 6 V to 16 V (with transient protection up to 40 V).

Item Specifics
1 - Jrk 12v12 Controller
1 - 0.1" Male header
2 - 2-pin 5mm terminal blocks
USB connectivity with emulated serial (COM) port allows direct motor control from a PC.
Ultrasonic PWM to eliminate switching-induced motor shaft hum or whine.
Robust, high-speed communication protocol with user-configurable error condition response.
High internal resolution (12 bits) for smooth and flexible calibration to various input and feedback devices.
Current sensing and limiting.
Reversed power protection.
Field-upgradeable firmware.
Motor driver: VNH2SP30
Motor channels: 1
Operating voltage: 6 V to 16 V
Continuous output current: 12 A
Peak output current: 30 A
Auto-detect baud rate range: 300 bps to 115,200 bps
Available fixed baud rates: 300 bps to 115,200 bps
Available PWM frequencies: 20 kHz, 5 kHz
USB connector style: USB Mini-B
Size: 1.35" x 1.85"
Weight: 0.5 oz
Some soldering may be required


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