Longruner GRBL CNC Shield Expansion Board V3.0 +UNO R3 Board + A4988 Stepper Motor Driver With Heatsink for Arduino Kits (Arduino Kits)

CNC Shield Board:
Latest Arduino CNC Shield Version 3.0
GRBL 0.9 compatible
4-Axis support (X, Y, Z , A-Can duplicate X,Y,Z or do a full 4th axis with custom firmware using pins D12 and D13)
2 x End stops for each axis (6 in total)
Coolant enable
Compatible with A4988 or DRV8825 stepper driver
Runs on 12-36V DC

Arduino UNO R3 Board:
MCU: ATmega328
USB interface: ATmega16U2
Operating voltage: 5V
Digital I/O pins: 14 (including 6 with PWM capability)
Analog input pins: 6
I-I/O pin output current: 40mA max
3.3V output current: 150mA max
Flash memory: 32 kB (0.5kB used by bootloader – included)
Static RAM (SRAM): 2 kB
EEPROM: 1 kB
Clock speed: 16MHz

A4988 Stepper Motor Driver:
A4988 Stepper Motor Driver Board is a breakout board for Allegro’s A4988 DMOS Micro stepping Driver with Translator and Overcurrent Protection;

Low RDS (On) Output :
Automatic current decay mode detection / selection
Mix with slow current decay modes
Synchronous rectification for low power dissipation
Internal UVLO
Crossover-current protection
3.3 and 5 V compatible logic supply
Thermal shutdown circuitry
Ground fault protection
Load short-circuit protection
Five selectable step modes: full, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 and 1/16
Warning: Connecting or disconnecting a stepper motor while the driver is powered can destroy the driver. (More generally, rewiring anything while it is powered is asking for trouble).

Package Contents:
1 x CNC Shield Board
1 x UNO R3 Board for Arduino
4 x A4988 Stepper Motor Driver
4 x Heat Sink

Product Features

  • Latest CNC Shield Version 3.0 for Arduino.
  • Arduino UNO R3 Board, MCU: ATmega328, USB interface: ATmega16U2.
  • PWM Spindle and direction pins. 4-Axis support. Runs on 12-36V DC.
  • 2 x End stops for each axis (6 in total).
  • 4Pcs A4988 Stepper Motor Driver with radiator.

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3 comments

  • Digital Steve

    My first Arduino UNO experience. I received my Robotlinking Arduino UNO R3 today via USPS mail. It was packaged in a yellow padded envelope. I was a little worried when I got it as the post office is not known for being gentle. Luckily it came in one piece. When I opened the envelope The UNO was in a small box not much bigger than itself and the cable was with it both inside an anti static bag. This is my first experience with Arduino so I have been excited about getting it. The first thing I did was plug it in and load and…

  • Justin P. C.

    Bought two – both arrived on time, and work as expected. Bought two of these, and they both seem to work great. Plugged them into PC, opened the software, and uploaded a test sketch immediately. While these are branded RobotCube, and the boards are as pictured, they came in boxes with RobotLinking brand, which is fine with me, as I previously purchased one under RobotLinking brand (found here, though currently unavailable) which also worked well. My only complaint might be that sometimes the pin headers aren’t 100% perfectly aligned; though this…

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