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SB Components’ latest protective case for the Raspberry Pi includes touch-sensitive screen giving you finger-tip control.


Designed to help get your Raspberry Pi mobile as part of your robot project this board lets you control up to 4 DC motors. It includes direction indicator LEDs to help you configure your motor output and connectors designed for plugging in IR and ultrasonic sensor modules to tell your robot about its environment. The board works with the Raspberry Pi 2/3 Model B. Based around the L293D IC it is capable of driving 4 DC motors or 2 stepper motors.

The L293D is a dual full bridge driver that can output up to 1Amp per bridge with supply voltage up to 24V.

Get the library source code from GitHub