|Item Weight||0.96 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.9 x 3.4 x 1 inches|
|Number of Items||2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3-01-1070-2pcs|
HiLetgo 2pcs PCA9685 16 Channel 12-Bit PWM Servo Motor Driver IIC Module for Arduino Robot
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- Communication Interface: IIC
- 16-way steering gear control
- Voltage: DC5-10V power supply
- The PCA9685 chip is wrapped in the center of the board
- All PWM output lines have a 220 ohm series resistor protection and can easily drive LED.
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Voltage: DC5-10V power supply
Communication Interface: IIC
16-way steering gear control
The PCA9685 chip is wrapped in the center of the board
Power input terminal
Green power indicator
In the 4 groups of 3-pin connector to facilitate the insertion of 16 servo motor (servo motor plug slightly wider than 0.1 ")
The polarity of the reverse polarity is input on the terminal block
V + line to place a large capacitor, the maximum external input voltage depends on the 10V 1000uf capacitor
All PWM output lines have a 220 ohm series resistor protection and can easily drive LED
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I have 2 6v servos controlled through a PCA9685 using a Arduino Uno R3 as a platform for controlling the servos with 2 10k potentiometers. Pretty neat, although there is zero documentation that come with these, so unless you've already got some information about using these you might be in a situation where you'll need to do research to supplement the lack of documentation. Luckily the Arduino community provides essential hidden knowledge to the public regarding electronics, usually free of charge, and helps to demystify these useful electronic modules.
I can't imagine why a manufacturer wouldn't want an informed public to know of the usefulness of the product they're producing, which is to be sold, but these aren't too hard to work with, and looking into how to do interesting things with these isn't too tough either with all the open source projects out there that call for using these.