PN00421 Easer 25 H-bridge Brushed DC 10-40V Motor Driver Controller ESC 25A RC/PWM/Analog Inputs

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  • 20k ohm potentiometer with male jumper wires
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Easer 25 is a compact motor driver/controller that is simple to use and packed with many unique features.  The travel limits by current sensing eliminates the need of installing limit switches with lengthy wires.  Soft start/stop is another great feature to smooth the motor's operation and improve a system's overall efficiency.  The controller can accept many different modes such as Radio Control PPM, standard PWM/DIR, one wire PWM 50/50, standard Analog/DIR, pot-based joystick analog (bi-directional), and more.  

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System Requirements:

  • Motor Type:  Brush DC
  • DC Voltage:  10-40 VDC
  • Minimum PWM Signal Frequency:  500 Hz
  • Rated Current at 25℃:  25A Continuous, 60A Peak (0.5 sec)
  • Logic Voltage:  Low 0 - 0.8 vdc, High 2 - 28 vdc
  • Analog Pin Max. Signal Voltage:  3.3 vdc
  • Ambient Temperature:  0 - 50℃ (32 - 122℉)
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:  100℃
  • Humidity:  40% - 90% RH
  • Maximum Shock:  5.9 m/s2 

Features:

  • 10-40 VDC
  • 25A Continuous, 60A Peak
  • Acceleration/Deceleration Adjustment (Soft Start/Stop)
  • Travel Limits by Current Sensing (No More Limit Switches)
  • On-board +5v Power Supply 250 mA Max.
  • Radio PPM Control
  • PWM/Dir Standard Two-wire Control
  • PMW 50/50 Single-wire Speed and Direction Controls
  • Analog/Dir Standard Potentiometer Control
  • Analog Joystick Style Potentiometer Control
  • UART Control
  • Quiet 16 KHz Frequency Driver Output
  • On-board Test Buttons
  • Under Voltage Protection
  • Over Voltage Protection
  • Over Temperature Protection
  • Overcurrent Protection

 Documents:

 Videos:

Using Current Sensing to Function as "Virtual" Limit Switches

Joystick Analog Mode Using a 10k Ohm Potentiometer

Joystick Analog Mode Using a HW-504 as A Single-axis Joystick

Joystick Analog Mode Using a HW-504  and Two Easer 25's as A XY-Axis Controller