In this tutorial, you are going to learn about Arduino L298N Motor driver module interfacing. The L298N module has a very famous L298 Motor driver.

Home Arduino How to Run Stepper Motor with Arduino using L298N Driver Module admin , March 29, 2018 July 7, 2018 , Arduino , 0 Hi Guys, In this post, I will demonstrate how you can run or control 6 wired unipolar stepper motor with Arduino using L298N driver module.

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Connect the L298N stepper driver board to a 9V…12V power supply using pin #4 (+12V) and #5 (GND). Leave the jumper in #3 in place. You can now use the +5V pin at #6 (and the GND pin at #5) to power your Arduino. If you remove the jumper, the onboard voltage regulator is disabled and the +5V pin at #6 is no longer active.

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By using this module if your motor needs more then 12v which is the maximum voltage for Arduino board you can provide it. And the main point about L298N is that it is a cheap module.

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Features of L298 motor driver. L298N is an integrated circuit multi watt 15 package and capable of giving high voltage. It is a high current dual full-bridge driver which is designed as to accept standard TTL logic levels.

In the Arduino Code, I used analogWrite for the pins and adjusted the written value (should be around 50-200 depending on power source and stepper motor specs) until the power supplied to the stepper is just right so it can rotate over a long time without the driver overheating).

This dual bidirectional motor driver is based on the very popular L298 Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver IC. This module will allow you to easily and independently control two motors of up to 2A each in both directions.