D Cube STEM School

All in one Motor Driver 

Build a Pick & Place Robot

Power Supply

Motor Noise

Solder capacitors across your motor terminals. Capacitors are usually the most effective way to suppress motor noise, and as such we recommend you always solder at least one capacitor across your motor terminals. Typically you will want to use anywhere from one to three 0.1 µF ceramic capacitors, soldered as close to the motor casing as possible. For applications that require bidirectional motor control, it is very important that you do not use polarized capacitors!


More Motor Noise

For greater noise suppression, you can solder two capacitors to your motor, one from each motor terminal to the motor case as shown in the picture Motor “B”

Keep your motor and power wires away from your signal lines.

Motor Connectors

Change the Direction

D Cube IR Sensor's Connector

D Cube IR Sensor's Connector pins


Push Button to start Robot

Servo Voltage Controller

Buck regulator

D Cube all in one Motor driver works as high-density regulators.  Great choice for powering high-current inductive loads. Adjust the voltage by turning adjustment pot VR1 clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease voltage output. Do not exceed the designed safe operating voltage, shown on the Servo motor datasheet

D Cube Motor Driver has step-down switching voltage regulator, this is highly integrated, featuring high performance and high output-current capability in compact, thermally-enhanced packaging.

Arduino pin Number for Servo

Powered by four Servos

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