PicoBorg – Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi


ith 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.

PicoBorg - Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi

Example uses

  • 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 VersionCompatible?
Model AYES
Model B rev 1YES
Model B rev 2YES
Model B+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

PicoBorg - Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi Board*alternate pin GPIO_25 via R1 / DNF resistor change

Please read the warnings in the Specification section.

PicoBorg – Control small motors from your Raspberry Pi

With PicoBorg, you can turn on and off up to four fans, motors, solenoids, or relays etc. from your Raspberry Pi.
Requires Raspberry Pi

 

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