PicoBorg - Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi
With PicoBorg, you can turn on and off fans, motors, solenoids, relays etc. from your Raspberry Pi.
There are 4 low side drivers so you can turn on and off 4 devices
One is connected to the RPi PWM pin, so you can vary duty cycle (normally vary speed).
Update PicoBorg now comes with a 2A fuse and pull down resistors.
- 4 fans on/off control over all and vary speed on one fan
- 4 solenoids
- 4 DC motors (on / off control over all and vary speed on one motor)
- or a combination of these
- or control one 6 wire stepper motor in both directions
|Raspberry Pi Version||Compatible?|
|Model B rev 1||YES|
|Model B rev 2||YES|
|Raspberry Pi 2||YES|
|Raspberry Pi 3||YES|
|Raspberry Pi Zero||YES|
Voltage and current range
Max 20V recommended 12V or less
Max current 2.0A (stall) or less
Continuous current recommended <= 1A
Uses GPIO pins
GATE 1 - GPIO_4
GATE 2 - GPIO_18_PWM*
GATE 3 - GPIO_8
GATE 4 - GPIO_7
*alternate pin GPIO_25 via R1 / DNF resistor change
Please read the warnings in the Specification section.