Roving Networks

Wireless for less

  Los Gatos,  United States    Website


11-50 employees


Roving's energetic team of employees incorporates an engineering team with decades of experience in embedded systems and wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. Roving Networks boasts a remarkably diverse customer base from Fortune 500 companies to individual hobbyists. Roving's products can be found in smartphone accessories, sensors, fleet management systems, asset tracking tags, home controllers, and medical devices amongst many other segments.

Roving Networks sets itself apart in the wireless industry with a full range of compact modules, serial adapters, and custom products. We specialize in high quality, low power, incredibly easy-to-use, certified Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules. Roving’s robust technology ensures “drop in” solutions for the OEM customer, greatly reducing development cycles and improving time to market.
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@efox29 If you want to control dual motors or 5V systems, then the DV330100 is the way to go. Hope this helps!
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@efox29 For more sophisticated motor control development, the DM330021-2 MCLV-2 board is perfect for brushless DC and PMSM motors.
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@efox29 The DM330015 motor control starter kit with an onboard BLDC motor is the least expensive option and a quick/easy way to get started.
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@efox29 Here are some recommendations. The F1 LV Evaluation Platform + F1 BLDC add-on is good for basic BLDC motor control with 8-bit PIC16.
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@efox29 OK - let me ask one of our experts for a recommendation.
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@efox29 Hi - are you asking for a recommendation on which tool to use?
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@robincornelius Thanks for the additional feedback. We'll keep working on this.
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