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ZeroBorg Triple Stack (9V Soldered)

ZeroBorg Triple Stack (9V Soldered)
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£ 65.50

The ZeroBorg is our add on board for controlling motors using the Raspberry Pi Zero. It's small size means it fits neatly below a Raspberry Pi Zero and opens up endless possibilities for tiny robot designs.

The ZeroBorg can control up to 4 motors independently and is stackable via I2C, so you can keep adding ZeroBorgs (and our other compatible I2C boards) to control additional motors!

ZeroBorg is fully customisable, so you can match your ZeroBorg to your project you're making! The following optional add-ons are compatible with the ZeroBorg:

This triple stack has three ZeroBorgs pre-programmed with different I2C addresses ready to control up to 12 motors!  (9V Battery Clip Pre-Soldered). Includes:

  • 3 x ZeroBorg Motor Controllers
  • 1 x 5V DC/DC regulator which powers the Raspberry Pi Zero (Pre-soldered)
  • 1 x Infrared sensor allowing control from most TV remotes (Pre-soldered)
  • 1 x 9V battery clip (PP3) for powering the Raspberry Pi Zero and the ZeroBorg (Pre-soldered)
  • Two female I2C headers to allow communications between the three boards (Pre-soldered)
  • 1 x Secondary I2C header* for daisy chaining to other boards such as our UltraBorg or ThunderBorg (Not Soldered)

*Supplied with the daisy-chain header loose

Click on the "Related Products" tab to see the full selection of ZeroBorgs in all their glory! 

ZeroBorg Specifications

Each ZeroBorg has:

  • 4 full H-Bridges
  • Capability of driving 4 motors or 2 stepper motors
  • 2A peak or 1.5A RMS per bridge
  • An on board fast blow fuse at 5A
  • Designed to run off a 9V power source Max range 2.7V to 10.8V (To power the RPi Zero 7V minimum)
  • 2 analogue inputs, which are great for sensors
  • I2C communication, allowing daisy chaining to other boards
  • Fully soldered and ready to use.

Click here, or on the "Related Articles" tab below for getting started guides, build instructions, code examples and more.