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FingerTech tinyESC v2.5
Price: $33.99
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FingerTech Robotics Item #: FT-TINYESC-V2 -

These upgraded tinyESCs replace both versions of the old style controller. All the features of the expensive "w/ BEC" version at the price of the basic! Version 2.3, now with 50% higher continuous-current capacity! Thicker pcb traces shunt heat away from the driver chip faster - meaning you can run larger motors!These are the smallest and lightest motor controllers currently manufactured for RC hobby robotics. They take up very little space but can handle more than enough motor current for...

Jrk 12v12 USB Motor Controller with Feedback
Price: $68.99
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Pololu Item #: 1393 -

The JRK 12v12 is a versatile, general-purpose motor controller that supports a variety of interfaces, including USB. The 6V to 16V operating range and high continuous output current of 12A (30A peak) allow this board to control many medium-sized DC brushed motors. Analog voltage and tachometer (frequency) feedback options allow quick implementation of closed-loop servo systems, and a free configuration utility (for Windows XP or Vista) allows easy calibration and configuration through the USB...

Jrk 21v3 USB Motor Controller with Feedback
Price: $39.99
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Pololu Item #: 1392 -

The Jrk 21v3 is a versatile, general-purpose motor controller that supports a variety of interfaces, including USB. The broad operating range from 5V to 28V and continuous output current of 3A (5A peak) allow this board to control most small DC brushed motors. Analog voltage and tachometer (frequency) feedback options allow quick implementation of closed-loop servo systems, and a free configuration utility (for Windows XP or Vista) allows easy calibration and configuration through the USB...

Qik 2s9v1 Dual Serial Motor Controller
Price: $19.99
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Pololu Item #: 1110 -

This small, inexpensive motor controller allows variable speed and direction control of two small, brushed DC motors using a simple serial interface, making it easy to add motors to your microcontroller- or computer-based project. The motor supply voltage range is 4.5 to 13.5V; the continuous current per channel is up to 1A (3A peak). The logic supply can be as low as 2.7V, allowing operation with modern microcontrollers running at 3.3V. The compact module allows any microcontroller or...