Stabilizer Shield

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Overview

Stabilizer Shield is an expansion board for Arduino, which adopts the world’s first high precision 6-axis attitude sensors. Meanwhile, the on-board chip L298P is a high voltage, high current dual full-bridge driver designed to accept standard TTL logic levels and drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, DC and stepping motors. What’s more, with a standard XBee socket that can connect Bluetooth or WiFi module, users can use this stabilizer shield with Arduino to make some project like stabilizer car, robot car and so on.

Features

  • 6-axis attitude sensors integrated with gyro and accelerometer
  • A standard Xbee socket – you can plug the Bluetooth/Wifi Module w Xbee interface in this socket
  • Support stackable extension

Specification

PCB Size 74.68X55.12X1.6mm
Power supply 7~18V
Indicator PWR

Electrical Characteristics

Characteristics Symbol Min Typ Max Unit
Power supply voltage VDD 7 12 18 V
High input voltage VIH 3 - 5.5 V
Low input voltage VIL 0 - 0.8 V

Hardware

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  • Jumpers Setting

SS-400px-IM150113002pic4.png The jumpers have two sides – A and B. You can choose the serial communication object of XBee module by setting the jumpers. When choose A side, you can make the XBee module communicate with Arduino via serial port; when choose B side, you can make the XBee module communicate with PC via serial port, namely, you can use PC to configure XBee module.

Pin Map

Arduino Pin Description
D0 D0
D1 D1
D2 CNTA1
D3 CNTB1
D4 CNTB2
D5 CNTA2
D6 Buzzer
D7 IN1
D8 IN2
D9 ENA
D10 IN3
D11 ENB
D12 IN4
D13
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4 SDA
A5 SCL

Download

File:SS-IM150113002-Stablizer-Shield-Schematic.pdf