Raspberry Pi – How to control motors…

In this tutorial I show you how to control a motor with your Raspberry Pi. By the end of this tutorial you will be able to control the direction of the motor, you will understand the basic principles of how that motor works and you will be able to decipher a simple Python program. Motors are one of the coolest things to control using your Raspberry Pi and if you follow my easy tutorial you’ll have ’em spinning in no time!


My motor:

Ryanteck MCB: https://ryanteck.uk/add-ons/6-ryanteck-rpi-motor-controller-board.html

^ The Ryanteck MCB is also available from a variety of resellers including Adafruit!

GitHub Repository:

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Until next time,

The Raspberry Pi Guy

(Tempted to sign that off as ‘Your friendly neighbourhood spiderman’)


4 comments on “Raspberry Pi – How to control motors…
  1. Thanks for sharing this nice article.

  2. gabylan says:

    Hi, very good post!, can i use rechargeable instead of alkaline?

  3. Alan Field says:

    Hi, Do have a tutorial on the ryanteck motor control v.3 and the connections etc to use an hc-sr04 with the board?
    Best reguards The-Old-Git

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