Finding Parts - Controlling a RoboClaw with a Pi

The RoboClaw motor controller’s have a PWM interface which you can control using a Raspberry Pi, by following Adafruit’s Tutorial on DC Motor Control with a Pi.

You could also use a motor controller HAT, eg:

If you’d like to make a touch screen interface, the official Pi display is a great option. If you’d like to make a GUI, this is covered well in our Pi for Beginner’s tutorial.

If you’re after an STM-32 Programmer, I’d recommend taking a look at this one from Adafruit:

As for a suitable Pi, if you’re doing light work, I’d suggest going with a Zero WH:

Else a Pi 4 4GB is a good go to:

Don’t forget to grab the essentials to go with it!