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 4 motors independently and via I2C you can keep adding ZeroBorgs (and our other compatible I2C boards) to control additional motors.
The ZeroBorg is also availble as a basic version and a triple stack.
I get power to the Pi Zero using PP3 9V Battery. I ran I2C-Tools and it show the board at address 0x40. Bus Scan function could find a board. I change the Bus from 1 to 0 in ZeroBorg.py no success. Any suggest on what to do next? One last the red led on ZeroBorg only comes on during initial power up (i.e. when I connect the battery), should it be on the whole time. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.