A general purpose motor controller designed with kicad around the ATmega328 micro controller and L298P motor driver. It can drive four motors with various input options.
Driverino-Shield is a simple, low power, controller for BLDC sensored motors. The project target was to create an Arduino shield capable of driving a PM BLDC motor rated about 50-100W. The board is fitted with TI MCT8316Z BLDC driver.
The DRV10987V01 is an MLAB module featuring the DRV10987 controller by Texas Instruments, designed for sensorless operation of Brushless DC (BLDC) and Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM). It’s a compact, powerful solution for driving motors with diverse voltage requirements, offering a continuous current of 2A and peak current of 3A. The module can control motor speed based on PWM, analogue, or digital (I2C) input, and has built-in functions for overload and overheat protection. It’s ideal for applications like robotic systems, home appliances, and hobby projects.