After managing to get the test setup working, I can continue working on the quadruped.
I am using the following motors: Tarot 4108
For the test setup I am using a combination of the DRV8302 driver in combination with the Nucleo64 board.
For the actual robot this testsetup is quite large. This quadruped needs 12 motors and drivers. So I want a smaller driver that can handle the power of the motor (and for the right budget offcourse).
The following driver: B-G431B-ESC1 looks like it can handle the right power. Does someone have experience with this board and what power it can handle? It looks like it only supports hall sensors instead of I2C for a magnetic encoder (I do not want to use optical encoders because they are quite expenisve for 12 pieces)? Is this precise enough to use in a robotic application?
The Dagor board that is development is really awesome! Only it is still in development.
Is there someone who knows an other great driver that you can buy now that is not on the list? Or have experience with B-G431B-ESC1 that it will work for this application?