Hello walmis May 16, 2016 News 10 Comments Hello World! Welcome to our engineering blog. Here you may find posts about our projects and cool stuff we are working on and also purchase cool electronics gadgets and parts. Post navigation Next Next post: Christmas came early this year 10 Comments Claudio November 16, 2016 at 16:31 Log in to Reply Hello! Is there any expected time of arrival for nt motor drivers? Thanks Claudio walmis Post author November 16, 2016 at 17:22 Log in to Reply Hi! How may do you need? We have a couple in reserve. Claudio November 17, 2016 at 18:31 Log in to Reply Hello! two would be perfect! how can i contact you via mail? Ciao! Thanks, C antoine November 28, 2016 at 00:27 Log in to Reply Hi, I order 3 NT motor module to use on a storm32. I see how is wired the NT to the Storm32 but I can’t figure out how is connecting the motors and how power them? Sorry, I am new to build gimbal, just build drone, rov with ESC+motors so here it’s not the same. I didn’t find this on forum. If you can help me with a schema how is connecting Storm32—NT—motors . How power all this. I appreciate. Thanks a lot from France Antoine (sorry if it’s not here to post question) walmis Post author November 28, 2016 at 08:31 Log in to Reply Hi, Antoine, You connect the motor to the driver by connecting the 3 motor wires. Wire order is irrelevant, since you can correct the normal-reverse motor direction setting on the StorM32 GUI. You power the modules by supplying 3.3-5V through VCC pin of NT bus, and connecting GND and BAT+ from your main supply voltage. If it’s still unclear for you, let me know. Best regards. antoine November 28, 2016 at 10:55 Log in to Reply Thanks, ok perfect Best regards antoine December 17, 2016 at 00:41 Log in to Reply Hi, I post here because other can be interested 🙂 I want to be sure about jumper for roll and yaw on NT motor. I can’t really see on the picture. You have 3 position on the card 1-left / 2-middle / 3- right under the status led : bridge 1+2 = yaw mot module bridge 2+3 = roll mot module and no bridge = pitch Is that correct? Thanks And I really wait for the wifi camera module, great if you do that for Sony wifi camera as we can develope with sony SDK after. Really nice job thanks Best 7dster December 24, 2016 at 08:48 Log in to Reply Hi, I have ordered from you two NT motor drivers and would like to design a housing for 3D printing. Can you tell me how thick the circuit boards are with components? So I could start with the design before the parts are with me. Sorry for my bad english (Google translator). walmis Post author December 24, 2016 at 14:12 Log in to Reply Hello, the board itself is 1mm thick, and the highest component is the capacitor which is about 2-3mm high, I could measure exactly after the holidays. Happy holidays! 7dster December 24, 2016 at 14:37 Log in to Reply Thank you! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.